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It's best to stand aside and wait for the selling to play out before bottom fishing.
When rates get to where they have to go we are going to have a slowdown that will be regarded as stagflationary.
Jim discusses Monday's market action, interest rates, oil, the cloud and a number of stocks.
FB reportedly hires away key members of Refdash, a small job-interview site, in an ongoing bid to challenge Microsoft's LinkedIn.
Jim discusses Oppenheimer's positive view on Facebook, Apple and Amazon's alleged chip breach, and more.
Snap CEO Spiegel's company address sends shares surging.
If bonds continue to trend down its going to be a problem for equities.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, Oct. 4.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and other major indexes all end sharply lower U.S. Treasury yields surge.
On the heels of two analyst downgrades, Snap fell another 5% on Thursday. The decline raises new questions about competitive threats from Facebook and Instagram, and whether the Snapchat parent will need a capital raise or even a buyout.
The Nasdaq is down more than 2% on Thursday as tech shares sink.
Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.
Stocks pulled back sharply from earlier gains Wednesday as interest rates on the benchmark 10-year treasury spiked to multi-year highs.
Unlike Spotify, Tencent Music is highly profitable and has exclusive licensing deals with top music labels. It also has some other big advantages.
There are a few dates that should be circled on the calendar as potential triggers for increased volatility. (Sponsored. Written by Jim Iuorio.)
Jim discusses the ADP reading, how retail stocks have reacted to Amazon's wage hike, and much more.
Americans in different stages of life have significantly different net worths. Here is what you need to know about the mean and median net worth of people by age group.
U.S. stock futures rise but investors are keeping an eye on developments in Italy's budget crisis and the fate of the newly revamped trade agreement among the U.S., Canada and Mexico; a report says some Tesla directors have proposed James Murdoch as chairman; Tim Cook says a Facebook-like data breach won't happen at Apple.
PepsiCo, GE and just like the weather, the stock market is subject to change.
Could Facebook be a good buy right now? TheStreet's Jolt with Jacob Sonenshine tells us if the recent account hack is scaring investors away. Watch now.
There are reasons why Facebook could be a good buy right now.
U.S. stock futures fall as investors cite concerns over prospects for global growth amid lingering trade tensions between the U.S. and China; PepsiCo reports earnings; United Technologies gets U.S. approval to buy Rockwell Collins; Google's ad chief is stepping down.
A security breach affecting 50 million users, which Facebook disclosed on Friday, could mean that the pain is far from over for Facebook and Big Tech overall.
The telecom giant's new home broadband service is pretty limited in scope. But it does shine a light on the long-term threat that wireless technologies could pose to ISPs.
The Dow Industrials and S&P 500 index ended higher Monday while the Nasdaq slipped after Canada and the U.S. agreed on a revised trade pact.
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