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Is the bull market over? Investors will act their usual worried selves following a tough stock market selloff on Tuesday.
Apple's chart is notable because of where the stock temporarily stopped falling.
A litany of events and signposts makes it almost impossible to be more positive about stocks until they are traversed.
On a rough day for markets we review new additions to our investing bullpen.
The Dow suffered as much as a 600-point drop in Tuesday trading. Here's what sent markets lower.
Alphabet Inc. stock led the group of giant tech bellwethers down, dropping almost 5% on Tuesday.
Goldman has already reported a strong quarter and is now trading at a discount.
Spotify hopes to attract more subscribers -- and potential paid customers -- with an improved experience for its free add-supported service.
First quarter earnings season is off to a strong start, led by upbeat reports from several big-name companies.
A handful of less-than-stellar results from Apple suppliers sends the company's stock plunging.
Apple will definitely be making it rain for investors this year when it comes to cash allocation. Wall Street would be wise to keep this in mind before sending the stock any lower.
Amazon's AI, robotics and voice assistant investments could help its robot efforts succeed. But large-scale success will probably take some time.
Though margin and spending concerns are once more weighing on the search giant's shares, its latest earnings report suggests top-line momentum remains very strong.
Here are a few of my better ideas heading into earnings reports.
Alphabet shares are set to rise firmly at the start of trading Tuesday after the Google parent company posted a stronger-than-expected set for first quarter earnings and eased investor concerns over its surging cost base.
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A modest pop from Alphabet's latest results probably won't be enough to get the market out of its funk.
We have no choice but to watch Apple if we are looking for a market turn.
Tesla announced 7.2 billion miles have been driven globally by its electric cars. That points to a ramp up in sales for Tesla's energy arm.
In today's daily rundown, Jim discusses keeping cash ready, tariff moves, Facebook, Apple and more.
'I really love my Tesla. I'm in the future. Thank you Elon,' Kanye West tweets.
There just aren't any good entry points at the moment.
Big ad revenue-sharing payments have been weighing on Google's margins. But its mobile and video ad sales have been booming.
It's better to accept the bad news rather than sit and hope that it changes.
Look for earnings from Alphabet and Amazon, plus a sit-down between North and South Korea.
U.S. companies are on pace to record their strongest collective earnings in two decades as tax cuts and low interest rates boost profits, but the market's key test will come from the world's biggest tech companies, which starting reporting first quarter earnings this week.
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