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FAANG stocks are in trouble once again Thursday.
Evidence has been mounting even among the tech giants that stock valuations should be lower based on companies' diminishing growth prospects.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are exactly right for you and your level of risk tolerance.
Pundits say privacy is under assault, while politicians claim new regulations and walls around existing violators will help. They are both wrong, and one company in particular could benefit from changes.
What the heck is Apple doing with autonomous driving? It may be more than driving.
For the second year in a row, Google Assistant led the way in a test of voice assistants running on smart speakers.
The issue is that we do not have any individual buyers to speak of.
Investors have de-risked their portfolios since October, and it's high-growth tech stocks that have gotten hammered.
Markets remain treacherous as investors are becoming increasingly concerned about a number of factors.
Because of our inverse ETF positions, the overall portfolio is ahead of the major market indices on a year-to-date basis.
This tech rout is real and the dollar amounts of shareholder value that have been destroyed are spectacular.
We acknowledge that the market may continue to face more pain, however, we remind members how the S&P 500 oscillator remains in strongly oversold territory.
You can sense that there is a belief that stocks simply shouldn't be worth as much as they are.
Despite Apple ending its reporting of iPhone unit sales, the thing that really matters is its software pre-eminence.
Futurist and AI expert Martin Ford says one company dominates AI and machine learning today and should continue to do so into the future.
Companies basing their business models - and valuations - on a truly driverless future are going to be up for a major disappointment.
Thursday's stock market rout is just another reminder that flat yield curves and equity investing do not mix.
Audi is making a big-time investment in autonomous driving and plans to launch a robo-taxi service in 2021 as a result.
Remember, though, playing defense is very different than leaving the stadium altogether.
Some general ideas of what stocks we think can be bought in the event of a market-wide selloff.
The world is going to run out of food. Don't worry, the best minds are on it. They are using robots, better seeds, lighting and irrigation systems to reimagine farming.
Google's controversial plan to build a censored Chinese search engine may be shelved, according to a report. The project sparked a backlash, both within and outside of the company.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is adamant that his company will retain the lead on database technology against Amazon.
Buy Alphabet down to its bear market threshold of $1,033.00 for a rebound to my semiannual pivot at $1,101.14.
The software giant topped estimates and offered in-line EPS guidance. Its chairman also had some more choice words about Amazon.
Jim Cramer says the market won't be able to find a bottom until several key conditions are met, most notably what the Fed is going to do.
France announced that it will levy a new tax on Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon starting on January 1, 2019. EU member states have been working towards a consensus on taxing big tech, but the process has stalled.
Netflix may have fallen far in the back half of 2018, but some of the core challenges facing the business could only intensify next year.
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