General Electric investors have seen GE's share price burn out in recent years. But there's a way to make a 20.5% total return from GE.
Articles by Ian Wyatt
By Ian Wyatt | Jul 24, 2015
You may think that the Nasdaq is the most important market for technology stocks. But you’d be mistaken…
By Ian Wyatt | Jul 22, 2015
All-star mutual fund manager Peter Lynch coined the term “10-bagger” to describe investments that generate a tenfold return.
By Ian Wyatt | Jul 17, 2015
The Airbnb IPO is one of the most anticipated public offerings. But a $150,000 investment seven years ago could have netted investors $2.5 billion.
By Ian Wyatt | Jul 10, 2015
The IPO market is getting red-hot, but you may not realize that the best time to invest is before a company goes public.
By Ian Wyatt | Jul 9, 2015
The latest dilemma in the Greece debt crisis is the 3.5 billion euros Greece owes the ECB by July 20. Failure to pay could result in expulsion from the EU.
By Ian Wyatt | Jun 26, 2015
Three Silicon Valley billionaires are betting a fortune on one new technology. And it could topple the $2.5 trillion auto industry in the next five years.
By Ian Wyatt | Jun 18, 2015
Eighty years ago, a little-known blue chip growth fund bought equal amounts of stock in 30 major U.S. companies. It hasn't purchased any new stocks since.
By Ian Wyatt | Jun 11, 2015
What if you could only buy one stock? The question sounds crazy, but that’s exactly what my grandfather did in the 1980s when he bought his first stock.
By Ian Wyatt | Jun 4, 2015
When the Federal Reserve quickly lowered interest rates from 5.25% to 0.25% in the wake of the Great Recession, income investors had to change course.