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'We couldn't be less confident in the long-term fundamentals,' portfolio managers Cramer and Mohr say.
Cowen's Timothy Arcuri explained on CNBC today why his firm doesn't think Apple (AAPL) is a 'sell' in lieu of BGC Partners downgrade.
If you have investments in fintech companies like LendingClub, Square, PayPal, Visa and MasterCard, there's a new index that will help you track the industry's performance in the market.
Analysts say that the downside risk for Apple rises only if sales decline by more than 5% to 10% a year. The question is whether that is likely.
BGC Partners analyst Colin Gillis explained why his firm downgraded Apple (AAPL) stock to a 'sell' on CNBC today.
Jim Cramer is not optimistic about Apple heading into earnings on Tuesday. The stock needs more downgrades in order to bottom.
The second half of the fiscal year is typically a slow one for the tech giant.
Downside risk for AAPL rises only if sales decline greater than 5% to 10% a year, say analysts.
Apple (AAPL) stock is down on Monday morning ahead of the tech giant’s 2016 third quarter results, due out after tomorrow’s market close.
Jim Cramer doesn't think Apple will report a great quarter, saying the Apple Watch and pure hardware 'isn't going to do it for them.'
Apple (AAPL) is on the verge of selling its billionth iPhone, an achievement that could be announced when the tech giant posts its 2016 third quarter earnings on Tuesday.
Markets will trade higher from here, but there will be a period of consolidation.
Don't scoff at the constant record highs in the S&P 500 - there's a reason for the market madness.
Verizon's deal to buy Yahoo isn't necessarily a sign of things to come.
We all know a bear market is coming, but don't try to time it.
A slew of corporate earnings and closely watched Federal Reserve meeting are in focus for the week of July 25.
In this new ballgame, Tim Armstrong should get the ball every play.
And in this new ballgame, Tim Armstrong should get the ball every play.
The Internet giant has experienced an unusually high level of executive turnover since Marissa Mayer's arrival in 2012.
Optimism is warranted over the long haul, but investors probably face a short-term headache. Here are the crucial numbers and events to watch in the week ahead.
The Federal Reserve will steal focus from another onslaught of earnings in the coming week as investors remain wary over the central bank's rate-hike timetable.
Microsoft shares have staged a remarkable comeback recently, but where are those of its rivals from the heady days of the dot-com era?
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
Cramer is gearing up for the heaviest week of this earnings season, but he's also providing his game plan for helping you be a better investor.
Stocks have an up-and-down week as the earnings floodgates open. Portfolio moves include cutting one position.
Verizon is reportedly ready to take possession of Yahoo! while Pokémon Go goes live in Japan and breaks the Apple App Store record.