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Consumer spending isn't stalled, says Jim Cramer. Consumers are spending, but they're hiding behind Alexa and their smartphones.
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Carrier promotions have driven down inventories for both smartphone makers' current top models, clearing the way for a big debut for the next iPhone.
Broadcom's free cash flow margin could rise as high as 40%, Deutsche Bank said.
Get ready for some fancy new expected features in Apple's tenth anniversary iPhone, including one involving augmented reality, and a possible new name.
5G could be a $1.23 trillion industry by 2026, Ericsson predicts.
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Cramer shares his views on some stocks that are harmonizing beautifully, and discusses what to buy in this market rally.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including upgrades for Dr. Pepper Snapple and Expedia, a downgrade for Nutanix and new coverage of GoPro.
It wasn't an up day for the markets, but it's great news when a critical IPO goes off without any major problems, says Jim Cramer.
Broadcom's revenue rose an impressive 133% year-over-year. Many analysts believe the stage is set for further dividend growth.
Wall Street declines on Thursday as investors catch their breath following a massive, record-breaking rally a day earlier.
Priceline, Burlington Stores and Broadcom aren't sexy, but they keep delivering.
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Stocks are mostly lower, retreating from records as Wall Street struggles to find the momentum to push stocks higher after Wednesday's massive rally.
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Despite having little new information vs. yesterday, the market is still riding high.
The second quarter will likely see a slowdown in business from Apple, but Broadcom expects Samsung to pick up the slack with the roll-out of its Galaxy Note 8.
A record-breaking rally on Wednesday hits pause on Thursday as investors scramble for reasons to push markets higher.
Jim Cramer really likes Broadcom and says the company can deliver a strong earnings report.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Broadcom, released on Wednesday after the markets close.
The chipmaker's participation in the iPhone 8, as well as its M&A plans, will be key areas of interest as Broadcom reports earnings on Wednesday.