Snap Inc.'s first quarter results delivered on Tuesday were encouraging. But the social media company still has a long way to go before it can prove that an investment in the stock makes sense at current levels.
With the bar set low ahead of earnings day, Morgan Stanley's all-around beat will likely serve as encouragement for investors to set aside concerns that had started to mount in the latter part of 2018.
With its transformation efforts yet to pick up speed and the stock reaching rock-bottom valuations, competent execution of Goldman Sachs' business reinvention plans could propel the stock well above current levels within the next 12 months.
In addition to pricing its video streaming service aggressively, Disney is promising to spend heavily on original content and absorb losses over the next five years.
With tech multiples having risen across the board, it's worth paying close attention to both valuations and business trends when trying to pick winners.
OPINION: The 'Driving America Forward Act' should be called the 'Muscle Cars for Billionaires Law,' and Trump should veto this stupid plan if it ever reaches his desk.
Could this finally be a breakout year for this battered industry? Investors will be looking for clues when Schlumberger reports its quarterly results and sector commentary on April 18.
With semiconductor stocks up strongly from their December lows, it now makes sense for investors to be more selective.
Sales of Tesla's costliest vehicles fell sharply last quarter. Seasonality, a tax credit cut, tougher competition and the Model 3 might all be culprits.
The unconventional wireless carrier is now looking to shake up the TV industry's status quo. And Viacom has been more willing to strike content-licensing deals than some other media firms.
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