Analyst Articles

When a publicly traded company makes money, who is the first to get paid? Imagine a line of people waiting in line on payday. They include the company’s creditors, employees, preferred shareholders and of course, the government. Like it or not, as a common shareholder, you’re the last in line.#-ad_banner-#… Read More

In 1905, Charles Henry Robinson spotted a unique opportunity. After moving west with his family to the North Dakota town of Grand Forks, he soon realized that settlers were in need of supplies. He founded a transportation company with the goal of delivering perishable products to consumers before they spoiled… Read More