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Amazon Posts Big Quarterly Loss as Expansion Expenses Mount

Amazon, the world’s largest online store reported a second-quarter loss per share of 27 cents, far wider than analysts' estimates of a 15 cents a share net loss.

Facebook Leads S&P 500 to Record High, Stocks Mostly Flat

U.S. stocks closed mostly unchanged but Facebook (FB) helped to push the S&P 500 to end on another record high.

Ford's Q2 Profit Climbs Despite Russia, Latin America Issues

Ford Motor (F) said its profits in the second quarter continued to climb despite a slight decline in revenue and challenges in Russia and Latin America.

Real Money Previews

Cramer: Every Which Way But Short

In theory, there should be plenty of shorting opportunities.

Melvin: Wait for Quality and Price to Meet

It is worth the patience and discipline required.

Cramer: It's the Tone That Makes the Music

Look for confidence during earnings calls.

Mad Money Recap

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: You Must Own Facebook

Don't listen to the critics, Cramer says. The social media company has room to run.

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Stock Ideas

3 Huge Stocks to Trade (or Not)

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

4 Big Tech Stocks on Traders' Radars

Here's how to trade some of the most active tech stocks on the market right now.

5 Stocks Under $10 Set to Soar

These under-$10 stocks look ready to break out and trade higher from current levels.

5 Large-Cap Stocks to Trade for Earnings Season Gains

Here's how to trade five high-volume stocks.

4 Biotech Stocks Breaking Out on Big Volume

These biotech stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering breakout trades.


Don't Celebrate Mortgage When You Don't Know What You're Doing

Once the excitement subsides and the champagne wears off, new mortgage holders face reality, which can be overwhelming.

Young Americans Prefer Bank Investments, Not Stock Market

That's a problem, because younger Americans aren't going to meet their giant retirement savings burden with low-yielding cash investments.

Is It Safe to Fly Malaysia Airlines?

Since March, Malaysia's flag carrier has lost two Boeing 777s with all souls on board.

With 3-Plus Years to Full Housing Recovery, What If You Want to Sell Now?

Selling your home now, at a loss, is not necessarily the bad move it looks like at first glance. Here's how some homeowners could do it.

Here's the Only Way You Should Borrow From Your 401(k)

Anyone with home or rental payments and a mountain of bills on top can relate to the temptations of borrowing from a 401(k), but you really shouldn't.


The Story Behind Sarepta's Firing of its Top Scientist

Sarepta terminates Chief Scientific Officer Art Krieg. Here's what I've learned about why he was fired.

Gilead Sovaldi $3.5 Billion: The Most Important Number in Biotech Earnings Season

In its first two quarters on the market, Sovaldi, a pill used to treat hepatitis C, has delivered $5.8 billion in revenue to Gilead. Remarkable.

Puma Shares Soar When Wall Street Misplays Expectation Game

Puma is why so many investors love to speculate on biotech stocks. A contrarian trade against a heavily expected outcome can return a fortune.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Rockland Capital to Take Bids For New Jersey Plant by Month End

Private equity firm Rockland Capital is expecting first round bids to come in at the end of the month for the sale of its 238 megawatt Eagle Point power plant.

Breitburn Energy acquires QR Energy in Deal Valued at $3B

Transaction will create the largest oil-weighted oil and gas exploration and production master limited partnership.

Time Warner Would Be Crazy Like a Fox to Sell HBO

If Time Warner sells HBO, Turner and Warner Brothers to 21st Century Fox they would sell CNN, Headline News and TCM to CBS and maybe other assets to other companies.

Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer: While Things are Going Right, Shorts Have Gone Wrong

Jim Cramer asks why the markets are so buoyant when we have all of these problems in Russia and with the Fed considering tapering.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: Ackman and Herbalife -- The Day After

Bill Ackman's presentation failed to impress investors, but it probably should have, as Ackman raised several important points.

Stephanie Link

Link: Waddell & Reed Offers Growth at a Nice Price

This asset manager's stock pullback looks like an opportunity.

Chris Ciaccia

Facebook's Blowout Earnings Are Even More Impressive Than You Thought

Facebook's earnings show mobile advertising efforts are much stronger than anticipated, allowing it to generate margins other companies could only hope to dream about.

Adam Feuerstein

The Story Behind Sarepta's Firing of its Top Scientist

Sarepta terminates Chief Scientific Officer Art Krieg. Here's what I've learned about why he was fired.

Laurie Kulikowski

Starbucks Q3 Live Earnings Blog Recap

Starbucks' reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of 67 cents a share, slightly ahead of consensus expectations of 66 cents a share for the three month period.

Dan Freed

Barclays Charged With Fraud Over 'Dark Pool'

Barclays Capital committed fraud tied to a private, internal stock trading platform known as a 'dark pool,' according to charges filed Wednesday by New York Attorney General Eric S...

Rocco Pendola

Was Apple's Demolition of BlackBerry 'Click Bait' or Did It Actually Happen?

Looking back at BlackBerry's 2011 collapse should prompt investors to at least look twice and think before they blow off predictions of Microsoft's collapse at the hands of Apple.

Ted Reed

Has United Turned the Corner With Its Earnings Beat?

United's net income rises 51% and the carrier announces a share buyback, perhaps signaling the start of a long-awaited turnaround.

Leon Lazaroff

Comcast Is Now the Center Which the World Revolves Around

Comcast adds more broadband subscribers than forecast in its second quarter, possibly weakening its argument that it needs to acquire Time Warner Cable to defend its business.

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