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There couldn't be two worst analogues to what we have going on this year than those two data points.
Buy Alphabet on weakness between its 200-day simple moving average and its annual value level.
We think it's pretty clear that Apple has been quite innovative under Tim Cook.
Apple stock is moving higher after better-than-expected earnings. Can it make a run at its all-time highs now?
An owner of radio stations, a homebuilder and a wellness company still offer value even after the broader market's run to record highs.
The tech giant's market cap is once more near $1 trillion, after it beat March quarter sales and earnings forecasts, issued stronger-than-expected guidance and hiked its dividend.
Wednesday's positive open on Apple's surprise earnings beat is complicated by the FOMC interest rate decision in the afternoon.
It's wrong to draw the conclusion digital ads are dying because AdWords rates fell faster than expected at Google for one quarter. It mistakes the forest for trees. Digital is the future of advertising because, unlike TV, radio or billboards, it can be measured.
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Investors Intelligence bulls finally pass 55%, the New York Stock Exchange sees new highs and Google disappoints, which makes us consider whether May is really the month to sell.
Jim Cramer says there are a lot of illogical moves in this market. But what looks stupid today could turn out to be smart tomorrow.
New highs grow on the New York Stock Exchange and the Investor Intelligence bulls finally tops 55%.
Portfolio managers are exercising their First Amendment right to do incredibly stupid things.
Apple has a huge stash of cash and it obviously is going to use it to help the stock.
Stocks ended mixed as the S&P 500 set a record close and the Nasdaq slumped on a revenue miss from Alphabet.
Here's one very distinct possibility for what Google's vague advertising product change actually is, as told by a top ad expert.
Despite a mixed earnings report, there are still plenty of growth opportunities ahead for Google.
A breakout or breakdown could easily spur a move of $20 in either direction.
Shares of Alphabet are falling after earnings. See if it holds this potential support zone.
Jim updates our plan for Anadarko Petroleum, expresses his discontent with Alphabet's quarter but provides input on what needs to change, discusses BP's earnings release, and shares his thoughts on Amgen and Apple ahead of tonight's earnings!
Forget Elon Musk. My beef is with Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat.
Overall, I don't like the action I'm seeing on my screens. I've been a heavy net seller as I cut positions that are showing some relative weakness.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Alphabet's earnings, his definition of "shallowfake" and he's looking ahead to Apple's earnings.
Several Google analysts lowered estimates, as lack of visibility into revenue growth has become at least a short-term concern.
Jim Cramer tackles Alphabet's earnings, his definition of "shallowfake" and he's looking ahead to Apple's earnings. Watch it all live at 10 E.T.
Alphabet shares are set for their biggest single-day decline in nearly seven years Tuesday after the online advertizing giant posted softer-than-expected first quarter sales growth and failed to convince investors on a conference call that the slowdown will abate over the coming months.
While moderating expense growth gave a lift to Alphabet's earnings, ad changes weighed on its top line.
Global stocks slipped lower for a second consecutive session Tuesday, pulling U.S. equity futures into the red, as investors reacted to renewed weakness in China's manufacturing sector and braced for the impact of softer-than-expected revenue gains from online ad giant Alphabet Inc.
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