Shareholders should demand that Zynga management does its job to expand the casino in order for the shares to double.
AT&T and Intel take the lead once again as dividend kings.
If the company missteps or loses favor among growth believers, shareholders will wish they sold the dream instead of buying it.
BlackBerry is one of the few technology giants that can double in the next 24 months.
California earthquakes must have shaken Rocco Pendola's brain for him to think that Microsoft isn't the one to own.
Option buyers have much lower price movement risk than shareholders but receive all the upside potential.
I'm not the only one who thinks Zynga has further to climb. SAC Capital led by Steven Cohen increased its ownership to 5.1%
Battleships don't turn on a dime and neither will Marissa Mayer's colossus.
BlackBerry's renewed enterprise focus appears to be paying off and the company is looking presidential. I've turned bullish, and I'm not alone.
Not only is Google failing to crush Microsoft, Microsoft investors are positioned to outperform.
Remember BP and the gulf oilspill? This is Herbalife's BP moment. Like BP, it will recover
This is a volatile stock. Be careful if you're a buy-and-hold investor.
Zynga has a $4 billion market cap, no material debt, more than $1 billion in cash (over $1.25 per share), the No. 1 play-money poker site in the world, and an online gambling license from the U.K. That's a combination for explosive profits.
If you're short Herbalife, you better take a close look at Nu Skin Enterprises and what happens when a stock priced for destruction receives a stay of execution.
Time is the enemy of Ackman and other short-sellers.
Microsoft may seem to be surrendering revenue to remain relevant as it struggles to improve marketshare but nothing could be further from reality.
Herbalife investors face greater political risk than market risk.
Citron Research came out bearish against Plug Power -- but don't believe everything you read.
J.C. Penney has legs to break above $10. But don't chase it or you may hit a brick wall.
It's easy to get carried away by emotion while watching a stock you wanted to buy continue to make new highs almost every hour for a week straight. But it's a trap.
Tim Cook can afford to spend money on anything he chooses. Why should shareholders foot the bill?
Short-sellers will soon run out of time to cover or be faced with paying 12 cents a share.
You never know when the market is about to have a correction or an outright crash. For most investors, including those on Wall Street, there's never enough notice to adjust after the fact.
Verizon, GE and Microsoft: You know them and their dividends can make you more money.
Are you ready for the change? Does Windows 8.0 makes you want to unplug the computer and drop it?
After reporting the last quarter's blow out numbers and fantastic guidance, the super-sized short interest may turn this firearms maker's stock into a short seller widow maker.
Microsoft is no longer blowing off Google's exploits as irrelevant and is taking a serious look in the mirror to compete to stay relevant.
Zynga should cash in on expansion of its poker game and mobile versions of its most popular games.
For Apple investors, the goal is still to make money, which the company does very well.
For now, Roku enjoys the pole position with about a 37% market share followed by No. 2 Apple TV at 24%. Can it last?
Apple TV promotion could lift the stock price.
The stock offers big upside now. Here's why.
Next time you're shopping for a dividend-paying stock, check the options action.
No one questions Tesla is a fabulous company. No one questions its stock has value. The only debate is what Tesla shares are worth.
Tesla is worth more than half of either General Motors or Ford. At the same time, it's expected to sell about the same number of cars in 2014 that either GM or Ford will sell before Monday
Tesla has become too big to ignore, and is getting too crazy for the short-sellers.
The stock has gained about 50% in a month. Here's why the ride may not be over.
If you're after price appreciation, dividend stocks are probably still your best bet. Here are three of the best.
Mt. Gox's apparent demise is yet another powerful warning to those thinking of investing in or trading the virtual currency.
If the company's board hired experienced effective management, Robert Weinstein says he'd buy shares with both fists.
It won't be difficult for the company to reach a $20 per share once the cloud of gloom disperses.
I would rather see Apple buy Yahoo!, but buying back shares and increasing the dividend would be acceptable
Why would he resign if Mt. Gox was about to resume business as usual?
Trading over $5 is paramount -- stocks under that threshold are not marginable at many brokers and many funds and investors won't touch it.
Don't buy into it and don't become a remorseful bag-holder buying at the top.
A report by PandaLabs suggest almost one-third of U.S. computers are compromised by malware and or viruses.
According to one measure, Yahoo!'s stock trades at 3.3 times forward earnings, a remarkably cheap price.
Zynga is an overnight success, a year from now.
If you're already in and now holding a bag full of shares at a loss, your best bet is to sell as quickly as you can.
Not all the news for J.C. Penney was bad. Online sales continue to improve and closing stores will improve the financial outlook.
With cost savings and expanding gambling, I don't see a reason why shareholders shouldn't expect a return to profitability in the second quarter and 2014.
Here's why I think Twitter and Zynga are at the opposites in terms of investments.
Focus on guidance more than last quarter's results. Yahoo! and Facebook expected to beat year-earlier earnings.
Maybe YoVille can be saved and become a source of profit again, but Zynga will never know, because it is killing the game and not willing to find out.
You should expect short-term weakness that may give you another chance to buy shares.