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Augmented reality and Apple Cars are the keys to Apple's $2 trillion frontier, according to one analyst. It may not be as far-fetched as it sounds.
Jim Cramer explains how this selloff works and who the culprits are, puts it in context and outlines your action plan.
Stocks close lower Wednesday but trim some of their losses in an afternoon rebound from the day's lows.
The Chinese tech giant's gaming revenue growth slowed sharply in Q2 amid delayed government approvals.
Sears looking at its last holiday season? One player in the electric transportation space will debut an autonomous shuttle in mid-2019. Is the housing market recovery dying out?
Even though Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett is scooping up shares of Apple and Goldman Sachs, that won't be enough to counter Wednesday's stock market selloff.
Macy's reports this morning. Here are some trade ideas on retailers as they enter this sweet spot.
Ever-increasing demand from index funds makes it hard to imagine a truly bear market.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway was active in airlines and banks during the last quarter.
Now there's no real crisis here. I think that money's still being spent, it's just being spent a different way.
Amazon is edging closer to the sweet spot of $1 trillion, Home Depot is killin' it and Tesla is still making headlines.
The market has long been in love with tech stocks. But a look at each company's earnings suggest a less than robust story.
The issues in Turkey are likely to keep a ceiling on the S&P 500 of around 2,850, according to Patrick Schaffer, global investment strategist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank.
Global fund managers have pegged the U.S. as the world's top equity market region for the first time in five years, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, with allocations rising to the highest levels since January 2015.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Carnival Corp., Manitowoc, Tootsie Roll, Universal Display, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings.
Jim Cramer says investors should turn this Turkey-induced selloff into a buying opportunity.
It's that time of year again: Apple is expected to release a new suite of iPhones this fall. Here are a few of the top rumors on what's next for Apple's biggest cash cow.
Tesla isn't a car company. It's a tech company that makes cars.
There's more Trump risk than China worries when it comes to the Seattle-based colossus.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Apple Inc is the #20 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel. Within the broader S&P 500, when components were ranked in terms of analyst favorites, AAPL claims the #298 spot.
You've got a green light to pay a much higher price for the stock without any China risk.
Stars of the controversial teen drama are renegotiating their contracts, asking for large pay increases per episode. With content costs expected to rise overall, what does it mean for Netflix?
Turkey's currency crisis is getting downright ugly, and that should be a worry to investors. Amazon's advertising business is poised to haul in some serious dough by 2021. All eyes on Tesla, of course.
It was another wild week -- from Turkey to Tesla to more tariff talk -- so we called in some experts to break it all down for you and your wallet.
Here are the scenarios in which Tesla could, or could not, go private.
In the August Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talks about how he just can't fathom how Clorox can have a higher multiple than Apple. Watch now!
Tesla is either going to be one of the great business stories of the century or one of the biggest flops.
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