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Acquiring both Qualcomm and NXP will leave Broadcom shouldering a massive debt load. But it will also give the company massive earnings power.
According to MKM Partners analyst Rob Sanderson, Amazon stock could rally to $1,750 per share.
Our columnists check out Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet/Google.
E-commerce sales for Home Depot were over 6% of its total for the quarter.
Why study charts? Because charts are like footprints at the scene of the crime, clues to what the big money managers are likely thinking, Jim Cramer says.
We used to think of what's in the public's interest when it comes to securities.
With Broadcom looking more likely to walk away from its pursuit of Qualcomm, we believe the stock will rise from this attractive level.
We are trimming roughly 40% of our position in Alphabet to fund a purchase in Amazon.
Investors have piled back into equities in the wake of a bone-crushing correction. What risk?
Jonathan Heller writes that small value and microcap are compelling areas of the market, and here are some basic small cap ETFs to consider.
What stock market correction? Equities have rallied hard off the correction lows. Here are several insights on what to do with your portfolio.
While not a world that many investors are comfortable or familiar with, these are compelling areas of the market.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, Feb. 16.
We added a new position this week as a sharp rebound in the overall market led to pronounced moves higher in the Trifecta portfolio.
There is nothing wrong with Intel, Johnson & Johnson, 3M and Apple.
Markets are headed to their sixth-consecutive session win Friday.
There are going to be winners and losers as markets rebound in February -- here's a technical look at three of the biggest names on the market.
Bottom line: the Internet of Things, big data, augmented reality, AI, data centers and storage are driving incremental chip demand.
It's Friday and that means it's time for a little fun. Did you know that the price of panties is plunging? True story. Meanwhile, here are some quick things to know about markets this week. To be sure, stocks have enjoyed quite the bounce.
On Thursday alone, we experience both free-fall, as well as a raucous rally.
Typically this is the end of the line for the shorts. They have all been massacred, Valentine's Day style.
With Chinese and Korean markets closed for the Lunar New Year, Japan was the center of attention in Asia and the nomination of Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda for another term helped support the market. European stocks also opened in positive territory
The Oracle of Omaha upped his stake in Apple stock to 165 million shares.
Apple loves to buy its stock in the open market. In fact, it really really loves buying its stock in the open market.
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq all finish higher on Thursday.
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