Friday, April 24, 2015

Top 5 Gas Utility Stocks For 2015

Top 5 Gas Utility Stocks For 2015: Monster Worldwide Inc. (MWW)

Monster Worldwide, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides online and mobile employment solutions worldwide. It offers customized solutions and technologies across a range of public and private sectors. The company utilizes the Web, mobile apps, and social media to connect employers with job seekers at all levels in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Its services and solutions include searchable job postings, resume database access, recruitment media solutions, and other career-related content. Monster Worldwide, Inc. also facilitates jobseekers to search job postings and post their resumes on its career Websites; and employers and human resources companies to advertise jobs, search its resume database, and utilize career site hosting and other services, such as recruitment media. The company provides solutions and technology to simplify the hiring process for employers; and work-related content, services, and advice for job seekers. It serves individuals, small and me dium-sized organizations, enterprise organizations, and educational institutions; and federal, state, and local government agencies through a field sales force, telephone sales force, and an online service. The company was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

Advisors' Opinion:
  • [By John Udovich]

    Staffing 360 Solutions Inc. Having a consolidation strategy that is well suited for the highly fragmented temporary staffing industry, small cap Staffing 360 Solutions intends to become a major international publicly-held staffing organization with diversified staffing services by engaging in a targeted accretive acquisition strategy. Staffing 360 Solutions has already developed a significant pipeline of acquisition targets in the IT, financial, accounting, healthcare and banking industries. Moreover, its executive chairman Brendan Flood spent seven years at Hudson Global Inc (NASDAQ: HSON) in various roles in! Europe and the United States, culminating with him leading the company's IPO and listing of its common stock on the Nasdaq National Market in 2003. During 2004 and 2005 he was the CFO/COO for Hudson North America (returning the business to profitability after several loss-making years) whileprior to the IPO, it should be noted that Hudson was part of what is now Mo nster Worldwide, Inc (NYSE: MWW). CEO Matt Briand also has 17 years of staffing industry experience from various recruitment, sales, management and executive roles. On Wednesday, Staffing 360 Solutions issued an updated forecast for the next three fiscal quarters is as follows: $24.1 million for the quarter ending May 31, 2014, $30.2 million for the quarter ending August 31, 2014, and $32.1 million for the quarter ending November 30, 2014. Staffing 360 Solutions has also recently completed the acquisition ofPeopleSERVE, whichprovides IT professional and management consultants on a contract and direct hire basis to state and local government, multinational and regional businesses and entrepreneurial firms throughout the greater Boston area.On Wednesday, Staffing 360 Solutions fell 0.50% to $1.99 (STAF has a 52 week trading range of $0.55 to $2.10 a share) for a market cap of $60.98 million plus the stock is down 0.5% since the start of the year, up 20.6% over the past y ear and up 165.3% ove

  • [By Chris Hill]

    Boston Beer (NYSE: SAM  ) reports a 20% increase in first-quarter revenue, but shares fall on weaker-than-expected profits. Visa (NYSE: V  ) hits an all-time high in the wake of strong earnings and raised guidance. General Motors (NYSE: GM  ) rises on gains in its European business. And Monster Worldwide (NYSE: MWW  ) reports a 33% jump in quarterly profits as it considers selling the company.

  • [By Brian Stoffel]

    And that's exactly where it should be spending money. Many people wonder why Monster Worldwide (NYSE: MWW  ) or Facebook co! uldn't ju! st replicate what LinkedIn is doing. For starters, Facebook must spend its time focusing on monetizing its social networking site. Though it came out with its BranchOut initiative, Facebook simply doesn't have the singular focus on business networking to match LinkedIn.

  • [By Ben Rooney]

    51job (JOBS), an online job search website similar to (MWW), has surged more 60% this year.

    But there is one notable Chinese dot-com stock that's sitting out the big rally. Shares of Renren (RENN), the social network known as China's Facebook (FB, Fortune 500), are down 3% for the year.

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