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Sentiment and prices continue to diverge. What gives?
Stocks are in the red across the board, and one of the very few bright spots is Cisco.
How does this chart even make sense?
Getting nostalgic with AOL's route. Seems based on sentiment, the crowd was caught leaning the wrong way.
Sentiment is backing up the positive earnings response to GMCR today
Twitter stock falls to Earth after insiders' trading lockup finally expires.
Speculators speculate on whether Yelp just put in a bottom, and in turn saved the bulls.
Immediate, 140-character reactions to Twitter's earnings release.
In spite of brutal declines for recent high-fliers, sentiment scores for some individual names remain astonishingly elevated.
Seattle-based companies Amazon, Microsoft and Starbucks all released well-received earnings reports after the close today.