Bob Ciura

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Bob Ciura is an independent equity analyst. Since 2012, he has written for various investment research companies, including The Motley Fool and Seeking Alpha. He joined Wyatt Investment Research in April 2015. His articles focus on dividend stocks across a wide range of sectors, including technology, energy and consumer goods. Bob holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from DePaul University, as well as an MBA in Finance from the University of Notre Dame.

Chevron Earnings No Match for Exxon Mobil

Expectations were low heading into Big Oil behemoth Chevron's (NYSE: CVX) quarterly earnings report, released May 1. The

Exxon Mobil Earnings Blow Away Expectations

Investors were bracing for the worst when Big Oil entered earnings season. Of course, there was ample reason for this fear, s

Pfizer Earnings Get Whacked by Strong Dollar

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: The strong U.S. dollar is hurting corporate profits. It’s a familiar theme throug

Apple Dividend Spikes 11% After Monster Quarter

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) did it again. The technology giant reported another monster quarter on Monday. It easily beat analyst

A Pair of Big Oil Dividend Increases Are in the Pipeline

The oil crash has left most energy companies in an extremely weak condition. West Texas Intermediate crude oil collapsed from

Microsoft Stock Rallies After Strong Earnings Report

Heading into this round of quarterly earnings, a pervasive fear swirled around technology giant Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT). A n

Verizon Earnings Dial Up Wireless Growth

Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) reported another strong quarter of earnings Tuesday, as the company continues to benefit fr

Shares Pop Following Coca-Cola Earnings

Shares of Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) rose more than 1% Wednesday after the company announced first-quarter earnings before the open

McDonald’s Earnings Leave Investors Hungry

McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD) hasn’t satisfied its investors’ hunger for returns in several years. The stock has been a notab

IBM Earnings Present Cloudy Outlook

International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM) unveiled first-quarter earnings that topped analyst expectations on earnings, but