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Stocks finish week sharply lower on worries over global economic growth slowing after earlier surging on Fed's more accommodating stance.
Given how the market finished Friday, some of the week's earlier gains in the portfolio retreated and our inverse ETF positions rebounded.
Jim discusses Alphabet's stadia gaming initiative, our annual contribution to charity, the importance of individual stocks, when to buy our semiconductor stocks, and much more!
Microsoft and Google are locking horns in the burgeoning game streaming market, and are planning to release competing streaming services this year. Here's what we know about Google Stadia and Microsoft XCloud.
Ian Buck, who oversees Nvidia's server GPU and software efforts, argues the company's strengths in the AI accelerator market go well beyond developing competitive chips.
At a developer event, Microsoft told game makers that it'll be dead simple to make Xbox games compatible with XCloud, Microsoft's forthcoming game streaming service.
The best stocks to buy in this environment are the ones that have the greatest growth.
Micron's shares soared Thursday as it signaled chip doldrums are approaching an end. That should propel shares of all-too-cheap chip peers such as Intel and Applied Materials.
Alphabet has finally exceeded its October highs.
Facebook is cheaply valued and focused on growing its commerce business.
Parts of Wednesday's action weren't bad, but there are some warning signs.
The new AirPods feature the same $159 starting price as their predecessor, and the new iPad Air is $150 cheaper than the now-discontinued 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
ActionAlertsPLUS Research Analyst Zev Fima gives his take on Alphabet's video game streaming service, Stadia
The impact of Alphabet's angle into streaming is important for investors on either side of the initiative.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends in negative territory Wednesday after the Federal Reserve decided to leave interest rates unchanged.
Gamers and investors have a lot of questions about Stadia, Google's forthcoming game streaming platform. One is what games will actually be available at launch.
It may be time to book some profits by selling your Alphabet shares.
If you are confident about the overall market, Google is likely to perform well.
Alphabet has amassed quite the tab from the European Union.
Another pressing concern for FedEx is the margin compression in its U.S. business.
Jim Cramer breaks down Stadia and the EU's $1.7 billion fine on Google.
Let's follow up on our newly initiated position and give members an idea of the 'word on the street.'
Jim discusses Nvidia, Alphabet's new gaming initiative, Disney and Viacom, and much more!
What I notice, however, is just how fast the competition will come up behind GOOGL on this.
Alphabet, FedEx, Jerome Powell and Disney-Fox are just some of the things that JIm Cramer's watching Wednesday.
Fortunately, Larry Page and Serge Brin had a change of heart before everyone's favorite search engine became mainstream.
Advanced Micro Devices shares extended gains Wednesday after Alphabet said the chipmaker's Radeon GPUs, as well as its developer tools, will be used in Google's new video game streaming service Stadia.
EU antitrust regulators fined Google parent Alphabet $1.7 billion for unfairly restricting rivals from displaying ads on its platform via third parties using its AdSense tool.
Jim Cramer breaks down what you need to know about Alphabet's 'Netflix of gaming' and FedEx's earnings miss Wednesday.
GOOGL's ambitious gaming has to answer questions before being called a true game changer.
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