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.