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The skyrocketing spending on data centers has a lot to do with short-term needs as well as long-term opportunities. Chip and hardware suppliers can't complain.
Alphabet Inc. stock led the group of giant tech bellwethers down, dropping almost 5% on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss Verizon, Procter & Gamble, IBM, Amazon and Alphabet.
Goldman has already reported a strong quarter and is now trading at a discount.
The 'weighing machine' will matter again but right now it's a popularity contest.
There are the names I would look to play off the Google results rather than Google itself.
Spotify hopes to attract more subscribers -- and potential paid customers -- with an improved experience for its free add-supported service.
Let's drill down in the charts again and see how things are positioned ahead of the earnings report.
Look for some volatility around this week's earnings.
Vincent Bollore, the controversial French billionaire, is reportedly being questioned by police just days after installing his son Yannick as chairman of the media group.
Amazon's AI, robotics and voice assistant investments could help its robot efforts succeed. But large-scale success will probably take some time.
U.S. stock futures rise while the yield on the 10-year Treasury flirts with 3%; Alphabet beats first-quarter earnings and revenue expectations but there are concerns about rising costs at the search giant; 3M, Coca-Cola and Caterpillar report earnings.
Forward looking valuations, except for Nvidia, are very low.
Did you miss Alphabet's earnings report? These are the headlines you must know Tuesday morning.
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.
SAP, Europe's biggest tech company, posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings and boosted its full-year sales outlook as its cloud computing business continues to challenge larger U.S. rivals.
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In today's daily rundown, Jim discusses keeping cash ready, tariff moves, Facebook, Apple and more.
While more than 80 stocks made the cut, I honed the list down to six.
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