Doug Cubberley

Doug Cubberley

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  1. Stock Analysis

    Boeing Under SEC Probe for 787, 747 Accounting

    Boeing is under SEC investigation for accounting issue regarding 787, 747 airliners.
  2. Investing News

    Obama Wants to Double Wall Street Regulation

    President Obama wants to double the budgets of the SEC and the CFTC over the next five years.
  3. Investing News

    Super Savings for Your Super Bowl Party? Bet on It

    Prices for wings, avocados and TVs are all coming down, which will make your Super Bowl 50 festivities less costly.
  4. Investing News

    Obama Floats $10 a Barrel Oil Tax

    President Obama intends to propose a $10 a barrel tax on oil; consumers might have to cough up 25 cents more per gallon.
  5. Investing News

    Alphabet Earnings Beat Expectations (GOOGL, AAPL)

    Alphabet's earnings crush analysts' expectations; now bigger than Apple?
  6. Retirement

    The Powerball Lottery Jackpot: Key Lessons

    You already know this: You aren't going to win the Powerball jackpot. But here's why thinking about it can be instructive.
  7. Term

    Franchise disclosure document

    A Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) is a legal document presented to individuals interested in buying a U.S. franchise as part of the pre-sale due diligence process. It contains information essential ...
  8. Term

    Lion economies

    A nickname given to Africa's growing economies.
  9. Term

    Green collar

    A worker who is employed in an industry in the environmental sector of the economy, focusing on sustainability and conservation. This can range from renewable energy and energy efficiency, to policy, design ...
  10. Term

    TIMP (acronym)

    'TIMP' is an acronym that stands for 'Turkey, Indonesia, Mexico and Philippines.' Similar to BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China), the acronym was coined by and investor/economist to ...
  11. Investing Basics

    What You Need To Know About The Fiduciary Standard

    The financial industry has spent a boatload of money to prevent more stringent fiduciary requirements. Here’s what’s at stake.
  12. Investing Basics

    Which Billionaire Could Be Your New Neighbor?

    Just how much real estate can the fortunes of the founders of Tesla, Google, Amazon and Microsoft buy? You'll be surprised.
  13. Investing News

    Is Amazon Prime Still The Best Deal In Tech?

    If you asked that question a week ago, when Seattle-based Amazon.com, Inc. (Nasdaq:AMZN) raised its annual fee for Amazon Prime to $99 from $79, you might have heard a far different answer.