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The theme lately has been choppy and sloppy trading and that continued today.
The chip giant sees weak cryptocurrency mining trends weighing on its sales, but is a little more upbeat than before about smartphone demand.
This screams 'Internet Explorer 2.0' from twenty years ago.
The problem for traders in this market right now is that there just isn't sustained follow through.
Microsoft is set to report quarterly earnings on Thursday after the closing bell.
IBM did well; here comes cannabis IPO Tilray; Best Buy has been reborn in the age of Amazon; and the battle between Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley for M&A dollars is heating up.
TSMC cuts its 2018 sales forecast for the second time this year amid slowing demand for its crypto currency mining chips and the ongoing slump in global smartphone sales.
Tech stocks are on a roll with profit margin expansion. How can that not make you excited to stay long the space?
Google stock retreats slightly despite record penalty.
The EU's ruling paves the way for Android phone makers to get paid more to pre-install Google's apps on their phones.
Medical marijuana may be facing regulatory hurdles across the U.S., but the beauty brands see a future in cannabis too big to ignore.
EU's $5 billion fine would serve as a death blow to most companies, but not in this case.
Today's announcement does nothing to change my bullish stance on this stock.
Netflix's less-than-stellar earnings sparked concern that for FAANG stocks, the sky isn't the limit after all.
European Tech stocks were leading broader markets gains Wednesday as a series of solid second quarter earnings, and bullish forecasts, steadied some investor concern over the pace of growth the sector may experience in the second half of the year.
The relentless emphasis on the FANG four has spawned the 'Dumas effect,' as ETFs force these stocks to trade together.
Netflix earnings seriously letdown investors. Here's what investors need to be thinking about the results.
Nasdaq hits an intraday high despite Netflix's shortfall on earnings.
Netflix missed the mark on subscriber growth this quarter, and analysts say it could be a very bad sign as competitors like Amazon Prime close in.
Global fund managers are as gloomy on growth prospects, owing to the escalating trade war, as they have been since the peak of the European debt crisis in 2012, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, but still favor tech stocks and broader U.S. equities.
Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and other firms are rallying on good second-quarter results, but there should be more gains to come.
In the July Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer address a member's question about Apple hitting its Action Alert price target. Watch to see Cramer's response and what wakes him up in the middle of the night!
Apple's services business is growing in importance for the tech giant. That's great news for Apple bulls.
Xiaomi execs must continue to sell the story that the company is more than just a smartphone player.
Earnings season kicks off truly with results from giant Netflix - Wall Street is on pins and needles for this one. Forget the Trump-Putin showdown.
U.S. stocks ended the week higher as earnings season got underway and investors shook off the latest round of trade tensions
If you haven't done so already, it's time to check the exposure of companies you own to rising global trade tensions.
Apple® today launched a new collaboration between its 10 Apple Developer Academies in Brazil and Malala Fund to advance girls' education opportunities.
When it comes to China retaliation against the U.S. for tariffs, China could stop Macau gambling, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Bank earnings have kicked off. Rumors are picking up on Wall Street that General Mills could sell more assets. A Tesla nemesis talks with TheStreet. Happy Friday.
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