If there are strong fundamentals, a solid business plan, astute management and an understandable business philosophy, buy the shares.
Investors no longer fear an imminent budget crisis in Washington.
"Legitimate" goods a scam
Although June is known for many wonderful things, historical kindness to the financial markets is not one of them.
In major market indexes, the stocks come and go. In H. J. Heinz's case, it's all because of Jorge Paulo.
Several disturbing events raise valid questions of "ownership," stewardship and who the real stakeholders of our hospitals are.
Lawgivers are bound to exploit a new report from the Congressional Budget Office for political purposes.
United Technologies is a good example of a winning stock.
Lack of diversity is hurting the Pittsburgh region's economy.
When tipping, look at nothing but the service that was provided.
Investors should take a page from the public sector and demand term limits for at least a portion of board seats at all public firms.
Despite the fact that more companies say they value their CEO's nonfinancial skills, the bottom line still rules.
All of us have a stake in ensuring that the power of home is effectively energized across Western Pennsylvania.
"Until J.C. Penney starts carrying clothing I can and want to wear, I will not be back."
Shareholder votes on CEO pay have changed how some companies pay top executives. But some question how much things have really changed.
One company issuing American Depositary Shares, where each ADS represents one ordinary share, is Novartis (NVS).
We, as a group, spend more time than we should pointing to one of a growing number of reasons why solar energy isn't taking hold in America.
Physicians want to practice medicine in the environment Allegheny Health Network offers.
President Barack Obama wants an American manufacturing revolution, and a do-it-yourself Texas gun maker is behind him 100 percent.
The fear of impending doom is simply a promulgation of incorrect assumptions based on invalid data.
Little attention is being given to the decline in meaningful professional experience for our children.
U.S. Steel reports another quarterly loss and vows to take a big stick to costs as analysts forecast rougher weather ahead.
Our region's minority residents aren't sharing in economic progress; they're worse off than almost any other major region in the country
How is it that employers can institute a policy that does not PERMIT an employee to serve in any elected office, or appointed board?
Church & Dwight's debt could prove challenging if the macroeconomic environment deteriorates.
When it comes to the bull market, the "smart" money parties hard while individual investors nurse their hangovers.
Firms must honor social duty
The Monsanto Protection Act, which expires Sept. 30, leaves both courts and federal regulators free to pull products they find dangerous.
The younger generation is trying to tell us something. It's this: Teach us how to do a better job with our money than you did with yours.
One way to mend financial security is to actively manage your investments using both tactical and strategic asset allocation strategies.
instead of looking at what's wrong with the region, maybe we should be looking at what's right about the companies that have created jobs.
Although Pittsburgh's economy was doing better than most parts of the country during early recession recovery, it's dead last in job growth.
With a record high stock market staring at them, H.J. Heinz shareholders have a lot to consider when it comes to investing their windfall.
Keep in mind that when you invest in individual stocks you are not buying the market or Wall Street or the Dow Jones industrial average.
Jobs report manufactured; Oh Yeah! owner laudable
The investor-activist William Ackman has an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other.
A new study offers hope for a resurgence in U.S. manufacturing. But critics say its forecast is based on wishful thinking.
Investors should search for companies that show a symbiotic relationship with an expanding economy, one of which might be Southern Copper.
What if, when you bought a new television, you had to decide which electrical network you'd like to use it on.
It seems the butterfly flapped its wings and the result was a drop in the market cap of some of our nation's largest corporations.
The AFL-CIO's private label index fund invests for competitive returns while trying to promote union causes.