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The streaming giant's shares aren't as richly valued as they were for much of 2018 and early 2019. And while risks exist, some recent worries look a little overblown.
Facebook stock is chopping between a narrowing range of support and resistance. Which will give way first for FB stock?
Google Play Pass is designed to go head-to-head with Apple Arcade, which the Cupertino, Calif-based tech giant launched last week.
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Subscriber growth for this quarter will be more of a focus than it ever has been.
Jim discusses an encouraging Cisco Systems note by JP Morgan, an Amazon price target cut by Morgan Stanley, last Friday's Apple product launch, and more!
Given Apple and Disney's aggressive pricing structure entering the streaming arena, Netflix's ability to increase prices is now threatened.
The online streaming and production company loses its place as overall winner in this year's Emmy Awards as larger media and tech companies continue to challenge its market dominance.
Apple® and Oprah Winfrey today announced Oprah's Book Club will connect a community of readers worldwide to stories that truly matter by today's most thought-provoking authors.
Apple's aggressive $4.99 price point and one-year free trial mean that TV+ is virtually guaranteed to be in the streaming rotation for many cord-cutters in the short-term, and buys it time to iterate in the long term.
Jim Cramer says it's going to take longer than most people think to reach a trade deal with China. He's got your game plan for next week.
Apple's game-subscription service doesn't have many big-budget titles for now. But it's priced aggressively, has some quality titles and comes without ads or in-game purchases.
Markets traded mostly flat this week in spite of Saudi oil attacks, and a Fed rate cut, only turning sour on Friday on signs of renewed U.S. trade tensions with China.
Stocks finish down Friday after China trade officials cut their visit to the U.S. short.
A lot is going on. Here's how to think about the broader market and Apple.
Apple is a buy, Wall street says. But investors may want to wait a few years first, says one expert.
Shares of Roku resume their decline after Pivotal Research Group initiates coverage on the company with a sell recommendation.
Beware of broad internet search trends for the iPhone 11.
Netflix stock is getting hit hard in Friday's trading session, falling to new monthly lows. Here's how to trade NFLX stock now.
Let's talk about stocks versus stats.
Apple offered its latest smartphone for general sale around the world Friday, with analysts betting the new iPhone 11 will be a key sales driver for the tech giant heading into the key holiday season.
It doesn't pay to fight the trend in AAPL shares.
Some analysts are estimating 2019 shipments of 75 million or higher, while others aren't quite as optimistic.
U.S. stock futures are higher as investors debate the Federal Reserve's next policy move and look for progress from the current round of U.S.-China trade talks; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets with Donald Trump at the White House; Apple's iPhone 11 goes on sale across the world; global climate change demonstrations kick off in Australia.
Antipathy between the U.S. and Chinese governments doesn't extend to the Chinese people, who have stepped up their American buying just when you would expect a politically gendered collapse of demand.
Once in a while, says Jim Cramer, there are meaningful pullbacks in high-quality stocks. And investors need to be ready to buy.
Facebook exec meets with president Thursday during a week in Washington as big tech companies face pressure from regulators and lawmakers.
Microsoft bumped up its dividend and announced a $40 billion buyback program. This has shares moving to new highs. Here's how to trade Microsoft stock now.
Apple officially launches its Arcade online gaming service that will allow subscribers to play more than 100 games curated by the tech giant for $4.99 a month -- and to the delight of parents everywhere, with no in-app purchases.
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