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What I noticed most about Q4 GDP was the increase in business investment.
Jim Cramer lists the great stocks and the obvious winners he wishes he had talked about more.
The online travel giant's post-earnings selloff has left it trading it pretty reasonable multiples. And the company still has some valuable growth drivers and competitive strengths.
In trading on Thursday, shares of Alphabet Inc crossed above their 200 day moving average of $1132.88, changing hands as high as $1133.99 per share. Alphabet Inc shares are currently trading up about 0.3% on the day.
Netflix could be missing out on as much as $192 million in monthly revenue because of account sharing. Here's why that's not necessarily a bad thing.
JD.com posts a fourth-quarter but tops sales forecasts as customer accounts on the China-focused online retailer backed by Walmart and Alphabet rise past 300 million.
One-time mobile device giant claims infringement by social media company.
Ford and Volkswagen are partnering on another initiative, this time on autonomous vehicles.
The market is getting incredibly hot. Now is the time to focus one's investment strategy with a fine-toothed comb.
Cash is a lazy asset, but the genesis of Berkshire's underperformance has been choosing the wrong investments.
Google has had decent success in the U.S. with its Pixel phones, but its control of the mobile advertising world faces new challenges with a raft of 5G phones arriving in Barcelona.
Alphabet offers investors a strong opportunity to profit over the next two to three years. Here is why.
5G phones and networks will get a lot of attention at the giant mobile trade show. Microsoft, meanwhile, has unveiled a new HoloLens headset ahead of the show's official start.
Business leaders are finally admitting that the latest enterprise software is going to kill tens of thousands of service jobs.
The GPU giant just launched a new mid-range product that has done well in reviews. And it might be prepping a new high-end offering.
We made several trades this week as markets edged higher on optimism over a U.S.-China trade deal.
The IT hardware giant beat EPS estimates with the help of margin growth and buybacks. But revenue fell short amid lower server and IT services sales.
Facebook's CEO insists his company wouldn't feel right about limiting certain data controls to paid users. But perhaps just as significantly, a subscription Facebook service would have to be priced quite high to offset lost ad revenue.
As growth inevitably slows at Amazon, Alphabet and their peers, perhaps it is time for the mega-cap tech firms to shrug off their general aversion to large acquisitions.
This isn't the first time big companies have pulled their ad spend from YouTube over questionable material on the video sharing site.
Baidu has a monthly value level at $163.56 with this week's risky level at $177.91, which is my buy zone. If the Chinese Internet search giant breaks to the upside, my annual risky level is $242.91.
We are selectively putting some of our capital to work, buying more AT&T.
From IBM's Simon to the iPhone X, personal computing devices have come a long way. Take a look at how smartphones have changed over time.
Spending on online ads is still growing at a healthy double-digit clip. Google, Facebook and Amazon will benefit, as should some smaller players.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
Recent comments from Tesla CEO Elon Musk outline a positive future for autonomous cars. Will he be right?
U.S. stock futures point to a weaker start for Wall Street on Wednesday, though there are increasing signs of tangible progress in U.S.-China trade talks; CVS and Avis report earnings; Elon Musk says Tesla will have the technology in place for a self-driving car by the end of the year.
Alphabet Inc.'s GOOGL Google said Tuesday that it had agreed to acquire cloud migration company Alooma for an undisclosed sum.
Market players are still looking to put capital to work and are focusing more on sectors and individual stocks than straight index plays.
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