Spinoff will help Maersk better focus


A.P. MOELLER-MAERSK A/S (ADRs) $6.57 (Over-the-Counter Pink Sheets symbol AMKBY; Manufacturing & Industry sector; Shares outstanding: 4.15 million; Market cap: $27.2 billion; Dividend yield: 1.8%; Takeover Target Rating: Lowest; www.maersk.com) is the… Read More

Q: Pat: I am one of your U.S. Inner Circle Members. What do you think about a speculative stock ORHub? Thanks.

A: ORHub, $0.93, symbol ORHB on the U.S. over-the-counter-market (Shares outstanding: 127.8 million; Market cap: $118.9 million; www.orhub.com), is focused on developing software to improve the profitability and the cost effectiveness of hospitals through the use of real-time data and analytics.

ORHub’s software applications are designed… Read More

25 investment terms every investor should know

25 investment terms every investor should know—from Aggressive Investing to Warren Buffett

If you’re an investor, you may not know all of the investment terms you come across. Here’s a breakdown of some of the most common ones.

Aggressive Investing

Aggressive investing is a style… Read More

Penny Stocks: SolarWindow Technologies faces shortfall

In response to a member of his Inner Circle, Pat McKeough looks at a penny stock seeking to market a new technology for solar cell coatings. SolarWindow Technologies has created a large working prototype of its spray-on technology. Still, it has yet… Read More

Pat: Could you give me your thoughts on SolarWindow Technologies? Thanks.

SolarWindow Technologies, $3.18, symbol WNDW on the U.S. over-the-counter bulletin board (Shares outstanding: 26.9 million; Market cap: $84.9 million; www.solarwindow.com), believes it has developed a commercially viable method for spraying see-through electricity-generating solar cell coatings onto glass surfaces.
The company says… Read More

What are pink sheet stocks?

Pink sheet stocks are the Wild West of U.S.-based stocks and for investors looking for high-risk investments.

Companies that trade on the U.S. over-the-counter market are said to trade as “pink sheet stocks,” a holdover from the days when the quotes for these stocks were printed… Read More