Tiny Oil Company Poised to Explode in 2016?

Tiny Oil Co Poised to Explode?

Tiny Oil Co Poised to Explode?

A huge windfall profit could be waiting for smart investors looking to capitalize on a tiny oil company making big strides in the fracking and drilling space.

This new oil company is starting to gain massive investor interest in trading circles and social media alike. Until recently this little oil company has  been flying under the radar, and just over the last couple of weeks this has started to change. This is because this tiny company is playing in a segment of the energy market that has the potential to make huge profits for early investors!

Can you imagine yourself being given the opportunity to invest in Amazon, or  Google, or Microsoft, or even Wal-Mart when they were just coming out onto the market and shares were going for just a fraction of what they are today?

As a full time microcap stock writer as well as an active investor I spend a great deal of time searching for overlooked companies that have the potential to drastically increase in value.

With thousands of companies trading over the counter, it can seem overwhelming to find that small microcap positioned to be “The Next Big Thing.”

But every once in a while I come across something that simply cannot be overlooked. A small little company that is in the right market at the right time. I believe that  I have uncovered one such company in the biotech space that could be poised for unprecedented gains and the timing could very well be perfect.

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Investing – The power of compound returns

stock1Most people understand why it’s important to put away money for retirement, their children’s college costs and other major events. But they don’t always grasp how “compounding” can convert small differences in investment returns to huge differences in the amount they are able to accumulate. Hence, they may not take the time to properly invest the money they do save.

Note: As discussed elsewhere on this website and by many other resources, investments that produce higher returns over the long term often experience fluctuations and/or illiquidity over shorter time frames, plus possibly higher entry and exit costs. So if you need the money you are saving in the next month to 4-5 years, it’s recommended that you invest in lower return assets with little or no risk of loss for those needs.

To calculate the amount of money you will have at a future point in time, there are three basic variables: 1) the amount invested, 2) the length of time the amount is invested and 3) the rate of return.

The concept of compounding is as follows: If you invest $1,000 today at a 5 percent return, at the end of a year you will have $1,050 ($1,000 + $1,000 X .05) – a profit of $50. Then that $1,050 will be worth $1,103 ($1,050 + $1,050 X .05) at the end of year 2 – a profit of $53 in the second year. Then in the third year you will make $55 ($1,103 X .05), or 5.5 percent of your original $1,000 which you invested at 5 percent. The amounts will continue to grow as your earnings make money too: At the end of year 5, you will have accumulated $1,276, and after 30 years you will have $4,322 – having earned over $200 (almost 21 percent of your original $1,000) in the 30th year alone

Impact of Compounding – Rate of Return
Using a more realistic scenario, say you invest $100 per month, every month. In this case, each monthly installment compounds from the date contributed. The math is more complicated, but conceptually the results are the same.

Note: Also in a real-world scenario, if you invest in an asset, such as stock, that regularly fluctuates in value even as it proceeds along a long term trend-line, sometimes you will be buying relatively expensive stock (when the price is high relative to the trend-line) and other times you will be buying relatively cheap stock. Whether it’s better for you to invest steadily through good times and bad, or to develop a strategy that adjusts purchases as markets fluctuate is beyond the scope of this article.

After 30 years you will have invested $36,000. At a 1 percent return you will have accumulated $41,998, or a profit of $5,998 (16.6 percent total return). Increasing your return to 2 percent would increase your profit to $13,355 (37.1 percent total return). So a mere 1 percent change in your annual return would give you over $7,000 more cash on $36,000 invested.

If you achieve a 9 percent return on your investment (most studies put long term returns of the stock market somewhere in the 9 percent ballpark), your $36,000 will be worth over $148,000 – a profit of over 3 times your original investment.

So the point is – returns matter. It’s worth your time and effort to pay attention to even small differences in prospective return rates.

Impact of Compounding – Time
We will try to illustrate the impact of time on amounts accumulated simply, with one scenario. Our purpose is to convey the concept, not provide the math that would allow you to calculate every possible set of circumstances, especially since in the real world most people invest differing amounts at different times.

Every $10,000 invested at 5 percent at the age of 25 will be worth a little over $70,000 at the age of 65. Every $10,000 invested at 5 percent at the age of 35 will be worth a little over $43,000 at the age of 65. Every $10,000 invested at 5 percent at the age of 55 will be worth a little over $16,000 at the age of 65.

The point here is that an early start in investing can have a big impact on the amount accumulated by the time the money is needed.

The power of compound returns, although not always mentioned explicitly, is fundamental to most long term investing strategies. It amplifies the impact of your investing decisions. So we hope that we have adequately conveyed this message so that you take the time to carefully consider your investing options. Your choices will make a huge difference in your long term results.

Preparing for a Market Crash – HOW TO

market-crashNobody is able to predict what will happen in the financial markets with 100% accuracy. In fact, even the most savvy investor will make incorrect predictions and will make losses in the financial markets. But there are steps that investors can take to lessen the financial impact in the case of a stock market crash. In light of the fact that views remain mixed over whether the stock market will crash in 2016 or not, the best stance that an investor can take is to prepare for the worst while hoping for the best.

One way that investors can prepare for a stock market crash is by investing in bonds which provide some amount of hedging against stock fallouts. As stocks fall in value, bonds tend to move in the opposite direction and therefore provide some type of cushion against any possible negative results from a stock market crash. However, in a case where inflation is rising, bonds will tend to be affected the same way that stocks are affected. So your strategy has to involve more than bond investment.

A good strategy for periods of high inflation is to invest in Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) which provide protection during periods of rising inflation.

Investors who find themselves with lots of debt should consider paying down those debts as quickly as possible in order to avoid the very adverse effects that a stock market crash would have if such circumstances. As a matter of fact, it is best not to even invest in stocks if you are carrying substantial debts. This is because any positive returns that you make from stocks may be completely wiped out by interest payments on debts.

Hilton Revenue Beats Estimate As Occupancy Increases

(Reuters) – Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc (HLT.N), owner of the Conrad and Waldorf Astoria hotel brands, reported a better-than-expected 7 percent rise in quarterly revenue, as increased business travel in United States drove up occupancy rates.

The increase in travel due to the strengthening U.S. economy has resulted in tight supply of hotel rooms. Hilton gets about three-quarters of its revenue from the United States.

Revenue per available room (RevPAR) increased 6.8 percent at U.S. hotels open for at least a year in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, Hilton said.

Worldwide comparable RevPAR rose 6.6 percent. RevPAR, a metric of hotel health, is calculated by multiplying a hotel’s average daily room rate by its occupancy rate.

Revenue rose to $2.83 billion from $2.64 billion a year earlier.

Net income attributable to shareholders rose to $158 million, or 16 cents per share, from $26 million, or 3 cents per share. On an adjusted basis, Hilton earned 17 cents per share.

Analysts on average expected a profit of 18 cents per share on revenue of $2.72 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

Hilton’s fourth-quarter 2013 profit was adjusted for $306 million of pre-tax general, administrative and other expense, and $23 million of pre-tax interest expense, offset by a pre-tax gain on debt extinguishment of $229 million and an $87 million income tax benefit.

The company said it expects an adjusted profit of 10-12 cents per share for the first quarter. Analysts were expecting a profit of 15 cents per share.

Rival Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc (HOT.N), owner of the Sheraton and Westin brands, which has nearly half its properties outside North America, blamed a strong dollar for its lower-than-expected full-year profit forecast of $2.87-$2.97 per share.

Hilton’s shares had risen about 10 percent this year up to Tuesday’s close of $28.65 on the New York Stock Exchange, outperforming an about 1 percent rise in the Dow Jones U.S. Travel & Leisure Index <.DJUSCG>.

(Reporting by Ankit Ajmera in Bengaluru; Editing by Joyjeet Das)

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Burger King/Tim Hortons Parent Posts Quarterly Loss

(Reuters) – Restaurant Brands International Inc (QSR.TO), formed out of Burger King’s takeover of Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons last year, reported a net loss in its first quarterly results after the merger.

U.S. fast-food chain Burger King bought Tim Hortons for C$12.64 billion last August, creating the world’s third-largest fast-food restaurant group.

Investors and industry experts say Tim Hortons’ coffee products can help Burger King chip away at McDonald’s Corp’s (MCD.N) dominance in the quick-serve breakfast market, while Burger King can help Tim Hortons expand in the United States and abroad.

Burger King and Tim Hortons are being managed as distinct and separate brands under the parent company.

Comparable sales at Tim Hortons grew 4.1 percent, while comparable sales at Burger King increased 3 percent in the quarter, Oakville, Ontario-based Restaurant Brands said.

Restaurant Brands, which has more than 18,000 restaurants in 100 countries, posted a net loss attributable to shareholders of $514.2 million, or $2.52 per share, for the fourth quarter ended Dec 31.

The company reported total revenue of $416.3 million in the quarter.

Up to Friday’s close, Restaurant Brands’ stock had risen about 14 percent since its listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

(Reporting by Solarina Ho in Toronto and Sneha Banerjee in Bengaluru; Editing by Simon Jennings)

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma Seeks To Reassure Employees Over U.S. Lawsuits

BEIJING (Reuters) – Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Executive Chairman Jack Ma urged employees to relax about U.S. lawsuits against the firm over possible failure to disclose information to investors, in a letter to staff posted on his official microblog on Friday.

A series of lawsuits have been filed in the United States after an unusually public fracas with a Chinese regulator last month over the issue of fakes being sold on Alibaba’s websites.

“As for the lawsuits that came about from recent events, I ask that Alibaba employees be at ease,” Ma said in his annual letter, sent out before Lunar New Year.

“The Group will attach high importance to these, and we will uphold the principles of objectivity, transparency and honesty to handle this.”

Since the beginning of the year, Alibaba has faced a number of setbacks, with shares down 16.2 percent. Last month’s third-quarter results failed to impress investors after revenue growth missed expectations, initially wiping off more than $25 billion from the e-commerce titan’s market value.

Also on Friday, a Chinese antitrust regulator said pricing tactics in the nation’s e-commerce sector would be probed to ensure a “fair” market, potentially putting new scrutiny on businesses such as Alibaba and JD.com Inc.

Last month, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) said in a now-retracted ‘white paper’ that it had met with Alibaba before the firm’s blockbuster New York listing to discuss the issue of fakes sold on its platform, but had withheld publishing any report so as not to affect the initial public offering in September.

Shares fell 4.4 percent the day the SAIC report was published, spurring U.S. law firms to file lawsuits alleging Alibaba failed to disclose risk factors to investors and thus harming their investments.

“We are monitoring the lawsuits triggered by the so-called ‘White Paper’ and the related events,” said an Alibaba spokeswoman by email on Friday.

“We have always been transparent in our corporate governance and daily business operations, and make our best efforts to protect the interest of each and every shareholder. We will vigorously defend ourselves and our business practices.”

In his letter to Alibaba employees, Ma said the lawsuits were an inevitable result of going public, as well as being a Chinese company.

“Almost every large multinational company runs into these kinds of challenges – IBM, Microsoft, Wal-Mart,” Ma said.

(Reporting by Paul Carsten; Editing by Mark Potter)

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Japan Display In Talks With Apple To Build Iphone Screen Plant: Source

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan Display Inc <6740.T> is considering building a plant to supply smartphone screens for Apple Inc and is negotiating with the U.S. company for investment in the project, a person familiar with the situation said on Friday.

The Japanese screen maker aims to be the primary supplier of high-tech screens for Apple’s wildly popular iPhones, the person told Reuters. Global iPhone sales, notably in China, have surged to make Apple the most profitable company in history.

Japan Display wants Apple to shoulder much of the expected 200 billion yen ($1.7 billion) investment in the plant, which aims to be in operation next year, the source said on condition of anonymity as the talks remain confidential.

The Japanese company said in a statement that it was constantly pursuing opportunities to strengthen its competitiveness, including building a new plant. “No formal decision has been made regarding any matter that we need to disclose,” it said.

The most likely site for the plant is in Ishikawa, central Japan, the source said. It would have a capacity greater than an existing facility in Mobara, southeast of Tokyo, which makes 50,000 of the 1.5 by 1.85 metre sheets a month for iPhone 6 screens and other uses, he said.

Japan Display Chief Executive Shuichi Otsuka said last year that the company needed a new plant as it was reaching capacity at Mobara.

The company, formed in a government-backed deal in 2012 from the ailing display units of Sony Corp <6758.T>, Toshiba Corp <6502.T> and Hitachi Ltd <6501.T>, has endured a rocky spell since its listing in Tokyo last year.

But Japan Display this month reported a rebound to profit from two quarters of losses, boosted by demand from Apple and Chinese smartphone makers, in stark contrast with Japanese competitor Sharp Corp’s <6753.T> shrinking panel business.

Extra orders from Apple would boost Japan Display in its rivalry with Sharp.

Japan Display’s shares jumped 14 percent in early trade on the latest news before closing up 5.4 percent. Sharp fell 2 percent, while the benchmark Nikkei share index <.N225> rose 0.4 percent.

Apple and Sharp both declined to comment on the reports.

(Additional reporting by Yuka Obayashi and Ritsuko Ando; Writing by William Mallard; Editing by Stephen Coates and Mark Heinrich)

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Valeant To Buy Salix In $10.1 Billion Deal

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Canada’s Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc agreed to acquire gastrointestinal drugmaker Salix Pharmaceuticals Ltd in an all-cash deal valued at about $10.1 billion, the two companies said on Sunday.

The deal for Salix, known for its irritable bowel syndrome drug Xifaxan, was approved by the boards of directors of both companies, the companies said in a news release.

The companies said the deal had an enterprise value of $14.5 billion, which would include Salix’s debt and any cash on hand. Valeant will pay $158.00 a share, valuing the all-cash transaction at about $10.1 billion.

The merger is expected to yield more than $500 million in annual cost savings within six months, the release said.

The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2015, and is subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approval.

The deal is the largest ever for Laval, Quebec-based Valeant, which lost a takeover contest for Allergan Inc last year. The usually acquisitive Valeant slowed its buying pace dramatically while it pursued Allergan, and Chief Executive Michael Pearson said last month that it would focus on buying smaller, private companies in 2015.

Pearson said in the release that Salix, based in Raleigh, North Carolina, was an “ideal strategic fit” for Valeant.

The failure to acquire Botox-maker Allergan led Valeant to reassess its history of growth by acquisition and to target a higher stock price and debt-reduction in the next two to three quarters, people familiar with the matter told Reuters in December.

Valeant said on Sunday it had reduced long-term debt to $15.3 billion at the end of December, from $17.2 billion at the end of 2013.

Valeant also released its fourth-quarter results with the announcement, posting net income of $534.1 million, or $1.56 per diluted share, compared to $125.0 million in the year-earlier period, or 36 cents per diluted share.

Revenue rose to $2.28 billion, up from $2.06 billion in the fourth quarter of 2013.

Valeant said it expects cash earnings of $2.30 per share in this year’s first quarter.

British drugmaker Shire Plc as of last week had taken initial steps to acquire Salix and was working with advisers on a potential offer, according to people familiar with the matter.

Endo International Plc had expressed interest but was rebuffed by Salix, according to a source.

CNBC first reported on Friday that Valeant was close to a deal with Salix.

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP served as Valeant’s legal counsel, and Salix was advised by Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP.

(Reporting by Herbert Lash; Editing by Frances Kerry and Tom Brown)

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Home Depot Sets $18 Billion Buyback, Profit Beats Estimates

(Reuters) – Home Depot Inc , the world’s No.1 home improvement chain, reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly same-store sales said it would buy back $18 billion of its shares.

Home Depot’s profit also beat market expectations as an improving job market encouraged Americans to spend more on renovations, helping to send its shares up 3 percent in premarket trading on Tuesday.

The company’s $18 billion share buyback replaces a $17 billion buyback authorized in 2013.

Home Depot’s same-store sales rose 7.9 percent in the fourth quarter ended Feb. 1, beating the average analyst estimate of 5.5 percent, according to research firm Consensus Metrix.

Comparable sales increased 8.9 percent in the United States, where Home Depot has more than 85 percent of its 2,269 stores.

U.S. homebuilders remain upbeat about market conditions, according to a survey by the National Association of Home Builders published last week.

Home Depot’s net income rose 36 percent to $1.38 billion, or $1.05 per share, in the quarter. Excluding items, the company earned $1.00 per share.

Net sales rose 8.3 percent to $19.16 billion.

Analysts on average had expected earnings of 89 cents per share on revenue of $18.7 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

Home Depot also raised its quarterly dividend to 59 cents per share from 47.

The company said it expects full-year 2015 earnings of $5.11 to $5.17 per share, after accounting for share buybacks.

Home Depot shares closed at $112.28 on Monday on the New York Stock Exchange.

(Reporting by Nandita Bose and Siddharth Cavale; Editing by Savio D’Souza)

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Target Beats Fourth-Quarter Sales Forecast, Sees First Quarter Growth

(Reuters) – U.S. retailer Target Corp reported a stronger-than-expected jump in same-store sales and profits for the key fourth quarter, helped by its expanding online business, and forecast modest earnings growth in the current quarter.

Target said comparable sales at stores open longer than a year rose 3.8 percent in the November-January quarter. That beat its forecast, unveiled last month when it announced plans to pull out of the Canadian market, for a rise of 3 percent.

Adjusted earnings per share, which excludes items including a massive loss related to the Canada exit, came to $1.50 in the fourth quarter. That was above the $1.43 to $1.47 per share range forecast by the company last month.

The results suggest that Target has moved firmly past a damaging breach of consumer data that hurt sales during the holiday season in 2013 and prompted a change of management last year. The company is now focusing its resources on its U.S. business after the Canada exit, which triggered a pre-tax loss of $5.1 billion in the fourth quarter.

The fourth quarter is the most important for retailers due to the boost in demand for Christmas

In an earnings release CEO Brian Cornell said the company enjoyed strong sales of focus product categories including baby, kids and wellness and that efforts to reduce costs were bearing fruit.

“We’re confident that these efforts will allow us to grow our earnings while returning cash to our shareholders in 2015 and beyond,” Cornell said in the release.

For the current quarter to end-April, Target forecast adjusted earnings per share of $0.95 to $1.05, up from $0.92 in the first quarter of 2014 and compared with the average analyst estimate of $1.04, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

Target said it will unveil guidance for the full year at a meeting of analysts on March 3.

(reporting by Nathan Layne)

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