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Shares of IBM have been a solid winner so far in 2016. The company is a tech leader again and offers a solid dividend.
Technical analysis makes a case for lightening up on shares of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway.
Better snap up Alcoa now, before its splits, to take advantage of both its businesses.
As IBM gets ready to announce second-quarter earnings, now's the time to scoop up shares of this undervalued but rapidly changing tech giant.
Post-Brexit fear has given way to renewed optimism and a surge in stock prices. How long can the momentum last? Here are the numbers to watch in the week ahead.
Raymond James has lowered its expectations for Wells Fargo, but the bank's stock continues to rise. Here's why the pessimists are dead wrong.
Check out how the Oracle of Omaha did in the first half of what has been a turbulent 2016.
Worries about Brexit's harm to financial services are weighing on this intrinsically strong bank, which for you is a signal to buy, buy, buy.
Dividends are rising as corporate profits are seen declining. The incongruity could spell trouble.
It has been 25 years since the Oracle of Omaha befriended the co-founder of Microsoft.
Regulatory approval would let the Oracle of Omaha expand a stake in Wells Fargo, already one of his biggest holdings, beyond 10%.
TransRe to Manage Gen Re's Broker Market Treaty Business in U.S. and Canada Under 5-year Agreement
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how the investment world is flat and how T.I.N.A. is a figment of the imagination.
Stock splits: the dog whistles from companies that coming news is constructive, even though splits don't change stock value.
Warren Buffett, Reed Hastings, Mark Pincus, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson and Drew Houston are among the many business leaders who jumped on the Hillary Clinton bandwagon today.
Tech giants have used their cash for big bets on disruption. Here's what they have to show for it.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us some shocking news about the Tesla Model X, and rails against the market's lack of memory.
Costco's changeover to Visa from American Express takes effect Monday.
As arch-rival P&G sheds brand, Unilever is both buyer and seller.
Simian Research's Ken Kiarash thinks that Apple CEO Tim Cook needs to vigorously combat the narrative that Apple's best days are behind it.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the financial sector higher today.
Doug Kass' trade of the week is to short the stock of the world's largest public company. Here's why.
The economy added only 38,000 jobs in May, the fewest since consistent job growth began in 2010, but the unemployment rate fell to 4.7%, the lowest since November 2007.
The deal, which had been rumored, is expected to create long-term value for shareholders and cut costs for customers.
Apple has finally hit bottom and will head higher, just as Jim Cramer predicted.
Here's what you can learn from Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) CEO Warren Buffett's biggest investment mistake.
Despite Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway investment in Apple in the March-ending period, it also was the most sold stock by the largest hedge fund managers.
Gold's value is on the rise. Investors will be wise to buy it now and also hold some cash ahead of the next financial crisis.