On its face, International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM) looks very attractive to value investors.
It all started when I stopped. At the end of last year I made the decision of leaving my company and I had to decide what to do next.
More than 87 percent of marketing executives are increasing their expenditure on content in 2017.
I had an interesting visit this week with my friend Dr. David Gruder, a psychologist and author who specializes in leader effectiveness, business culture and integrity.
Ever heard these types of statements in the workplace?
“He wouldn’t be able to handle that.” “She isn’t the right person.” “He can’t take on that level of responsibility.” “She’s doesn’t have the right personality to lead a team.”
It never fails. I recently returned from a cruise vacation, and of course, standing out on deck watching whales, glaciers and the coastal terrain of Alaska drift past, the commentary among my little cluster of fellow passengers fell to, what else?
One often discussed investment strategy among investors is following the so-called “smart money.” This strategy involves coat-tailing large, institutional investors such as hedge funds, pension funds and mutual funds into their investments.