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Mark Hulbert takes a look at the stocks most favored by the top-performing newsletters.
Recent pricing data, upbeat analyst reports and a guidance hike from a Taiwanese memory maker give fresh reasons to think the memory industry's downturn is nearing an end.
Stocks finish higher as the withdrawal of an extradition bill in Hong Kong and easing of Brexit tensions in Britain help put investors in a buying state of mind.
Shares of Alphabet are rallying on news of its settlement with the FTC. However, it's lagging the overall market. Should you buy or sell GOOGL here?
As the tech giant's massive capital returns program cools in the coming years, investors will likely start to ask what Apple has beyond decidedly dull initiatives like credit cards and TV shows.
The cheaper iPhone would be Apple's first lower-cost model since the 2016 iPhone SE that started at $399, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
Apple wants to sell as many iPhones as possible, sure. But the key thing lies with services.
Gains in Amgen, CVS, and others helped offset declines in other stocks, as the RMPIA rose over the last two months to 0.6%, handily beating all the major domestic stock market averages.
Let's check out a case for the bears as everyone is so gloomy on the trade war, economic indicators and stocks in general.
Though Apple's wearables sales have been growing rapidly, only a small percentage of iPhone users currently use the Apple Watch or AirPods.
With its reported $9.99 price point and big cash to spend on new shows, AAPL could squeeze the likes of Netflix off the table.
Apple stock is trading in a tightening wedge formation. Here are the key levels to watch on the stock now.
They're inexpensive for good reason, some may argue. But their recent diversification could make them attractive right now.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Apple Inc is the #15 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 #202 spot.
Apple still offers what consumers want, and has an immense, nearly captive client base to which its wares can be marketed.
What should investors do with Apple with no U.S.-China trade deal in sight?
Apple shares traded lower Tuesday as investors trim holdings of the tech giant following President Donald Trump's move to boost tariffs on China-made goods that include, for the first time, some of its key products.
Whew. September is upon us.
Apple's launch of the iPhone 11 looks to be a strong one, including in the important China market, according to Wedbush's Daniel Ives.
Let's check the charts for this Stock of the Day.
It's not deja vu as tariffs are taking Apple stock down once more, though analysts are eager to see the company's iPhone 11 line.
These three names - GD, MRK, WMT - will either hit resistance or hurdle immediate pivot points in as traders (or bots) try to form a technical breakout.
Facebook didn't invent the debate over technology. No, that started back in 1994 with a little company called Microsoft.
Here are 5 steps to maintain exposure to our favorite stocks but to avoid major drawdowns in a poor market.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
There were fourteen incidents in total, a team of Google privacy and security researchers said.
Sure, there may be some opportunity out there, but September isn't looking like a month of huge stocks gains, according to one expert.
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