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The S&P 500 is sitting at an all-time high as we kick off the week but what has been most notable about the action is that it is more complacent than euphoric.
U.S. stock futures are mixed as Wall Street prepares for a likely quarter-point rate cut from the Federal Reserve; Beyond Meat reports earnings on Monday; Pfizer will combine its off-patent drugs business with Mylan; Exact Sciences reportedly is in negotiations to buy Genomic Health.
There's a crazy amount of companies set to report quarterly earnings ...over 1400. Here are some key companies to watch for.
The key to effective trading lies in thinking like a psychologist.
During a talk with TheStreet, Logitech CEO Bracken Darrell struck an upbeat tone about his firm's gaming and videoconferencing businesses, and suggested smart home products remain an area of interest.
Amid antitrust scrutiny by the DOJ, one analyst predicts 50% upside for investors if Alphabet were to break itself up into 2 or 3 parts.
Nasdaq and S&P 500 both hit record closes as Google parent Alphabet jumped after beating earnings expectations.
Alphabet stock is erupting higher on Friday, after the company delivered better-than-expected earnings results. Here's how to trade GOOGL stock from here.
Among other things, the web giant reported its ad price declines narrowed substantially and signaled that its Pixel and cloud sales grew strongly.
Sell Intel on strength to the semiannual pivot at $53.10 and buy on weakness to monthly and annual value levels at $51.08 and $49.60, respectively.
Intel shares slipped lower Friday after the chipmaker topped analysts' estimates in its second quarter earnings report and announced the sale of most of its smartphone business to Apple.
Apple shares pared gains Friday after President Donald Trump said the tech giant would not be given waivers on tariffs placed on some of its China imports.
Vision Fund 1 invested in Nvidia, Slack, Uber and other hot tech stocks.
Berkshire Hathaway holds 950 million shares of the banking giant.
U.S. stock futures are rising following earnings reports from tech giants Amazon, Alphabet and Intel and as Wall Street looks ahead to the release of data on U.S. economic growth; Amazon falls after earnings miss forecasts; Alphabet jumps after an earnings beat and the parent of Google says it will buy back $25 billion of stock.
The fact that the stock's running could be because CEO Bob Swann called the bottom in data center spend.
GOOGL cruised past the estimates and management provided enough disclosures around Google Cloud and what's driving YouTube to keep investors happy.
Alphabet doesn't regularly disclose how much its cloud segment is bringing in.
Intel also confirms $1 billion sale of most of its modem business to Apple.
Intel retains the option to develop modems for non-smartphone applications, such as PCs, IoT devices and autonomous vehicles.
Despite a weaker economic outlook, mega-cap tech stocks continue to outperform the market this year.
Jim Cramer has some thoughts on Apple's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive moving into a senior advisory role and how it compares to Tesla's Chief Technology Officer, JB Straubel, moving into a senior advisory role.
Facebook stock is struggling to move higher despite a robust second-quarter earnings. Here's how to trade it now.
Despite a big miss, the electric car maker is reaching mass appeal and has lots going for it -- and on my chart, the 50-day simple moving average is the track to watch.
Jim Cramer breaks down what investors need to know about his newest acronym and his thoughts on Facebook and Tesla post-earnings.
Alphabet's stock has lagged behind other FAANGs this year, thanks in part to weaker-than-expected revenue growth last quarter and its lack of clarity in explaining why.
The social media giant comfortably beat Q2 expectations on the back of strong ad impression growth. At the same time, it forecast revenue growth will slow in the second half of the year and in 2020.
Micro E-mini futures provide an earnings season alternative to headline stocks that can move the market.
Surging tech shares helped push the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 to record closing highs Wednesday, while the Dow fell on disappointing earnings results from Caterpillar and Boeing.
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