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It was another good week for the portfolio, with the majority of our positions outperforming the major indices.
Berkshire Hathaway shareholders will look forward to hearing Warren Buffett detail his plans to improve the U.S. healthcare system as well as the results for his sprawling conglomerate when the Oracle of Omaha delivers his annual letter on Saturday.
General Mills is buying Blue Buffalo for $8 billion. It's not the first deal in the pet space and it won't be the last.
Sell UPS and buy FedEx? That feels like the vibe on Wall Street right now.
In February's Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talks about some of the stocks on his wish list, as promised to his members.
As we reflect on the flurry of trades we executed, we feel great about the re-balancing and re-positioning we have done.
Hint: hedge funds love the tech sector no matter what. Here are some of the hottest picks from the hedgies.
Although its reliance on Siri and limited ecosystem are handicaps, the HomePod should appeal to many Apple Music subscribers -- and keep them tied in to the company's ecosystem.
In February's Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talked about Facebook, Alphabet and Amazon and where the team stands on all three stocks right now.
Buffett appointed two long-time Berkshire executives, Ajit Jain and Greg Abel, to vice chairmen, describing the appointments as 'part of a movement to succession.'
CFO Jamie Miller didn't sufficiently answer three key questions about the struggling giant.
It's almost Friday. But before it is, investors had to endure a host of big business news. Here are some quick, hot things to know.
The company continues to rapidly grow its non-hardware revenue streams. And it has plenty of headroom to grow them further.
Amazon has spread like a disease into every industry from retail to entertainment and now even small business lending. If you think regulators won't figure out some way to slow its roll, you could be one of the dumbest on Wall Street.
From Amazon to Ford to Ulta, here are Jefferies analysts' best picks as tax reform savings boost consumer spending this year.
Our theme of the week has been to scale down in our positions with limited upside (for varying reasons) to build up our cash.
Private labels are about higher margins for retailers and the chance for them to stand out in an overcrowded field.
Reality star Kylie Jenner looks like she is hating on the Snapchat redesign, too. Beware, Snap Inc. shareholders.
Video game sales surged in January. But it wasn't just game-makers benefiting from the uptick; console and accessories sales jumped as well.
Markets were showing strength following a down day of trading Wednesday.
After crimes on Facebook Live and Russian propaganda, some worry whether the company's image can hold up and if it can keep up with the rest of the FANG stocks.
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Now that Walmart stock is on sale, should investors scoop it up or take a wait-and-see approach?
It is reassuring to jump on Amazon and see the top-2 selling smart TVs are Roku-based.
This episode of 'Mad Money' is less about picking stocks and more about teaching investors how the market works so they can make the best investment decisions.
Bitcoin fell below $11,000 Wednesday. Here's what you need to know.
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