Stocks move higher as US jobs grow at healthy clip
Worst performing year-to-date are Marketo (NASDAQ:MKTO) down 35.46%, Veeva Systems (NYSE:VEEV) down 34.11%, BrightCove (NASDAQ: BCOV) down 33.83%, Barracuda Networks (NYSE:CUDA) down 29.33% and NetSuite (NYSE:N) down 23.49%. SAPs Ironic Message of Simplicity at SAPPHIRE 2014 SAP promoted their new message of simplicity at SAPPHIRE 2014 held last week in Orlando, Florida. Its ironic that one of the most complex enterprise software companies in the world has chosen a message of simplicity. Even SAP CEO Bill McDermott acknowledged the irony . While I didnt attend the event, I watched the keynote online. There have been many blog posts and articles written about the event. Two of the best ones include Dennis Howletts excellent post on Diginomica , SAPPHIRE Now 2014 SAPs positioning view publisher site challenge as it simplifies everything and Pierre Mitchells entertaining, insightful analysis, Thoughts on Bill McDermotts SAP Keynote at Sapphire Now 2014 eBay, Ariba, Fieldglass, and More .
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1's total contributions of $31,000 grew to $177,176, while the additions of the investor with extremely poor timing grew to $169,153. The difference is $8,023. If you're saving for retirement, you'd hope to invest a lot more than $31,000 over three decades, which would result in a far greater dollar gap. The difference between the two approaches is significant. But it's not nearly as much as I would have expected, and it puts some perspective into all the agonizing many of us go through before we put new money to work in stocks.
HEARD ON THE STREET: Draghi Sparks Utility Stocks - WSJ
Post to Facebook Stocks move higher as US jobs grow at healthy clip Stocks are closing higher after the U.S. government reported more healthy job growth in May. The Standard & Poor's 500 index notched its eighth record high in the last 10 trading days. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1przyvl CancelSend A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted!
ET A guy called Mario helping the Italians isn't the most startling proposition. But this one, Mr. Draghi who runs the European Central Bank, is also helping the Spanish, though; the Germans, not so much. This concerns utilities in particular.