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Breaches Pose Growing Risk for Small Businesses, Costing up to 5% of Annual Revenue
Big Blue's pivot towards the cloud is not being sufficiently appreciated by investors.
We have some minor strength to start the day but earnings reports this week will be critical.
The tech giant reported earnings above expectations and strong guidance. But the market already prices in strong performance over the long term.
MSFT's results are justifying its massive market cap.
What the Fed needs to do in July is to cut the FFR by 25 basis points and put the balance sheet management (QT) program to bed two months early.
Jim Cramer says Netflix just went from being an easy-money stock to a hard-money stock. Investors need to know the difference.
It's a stock picker's market as action in individual stocks is better than on the indexes.
From earnings to trade, a lot of headlines are hitting the tape. Jim Cramer breaks down the most important thing investors need to know now.
I don't expect to see the bears and shorts press too hard right now but there isn't going to be much upside momentum.
There are still stock-picking opportunities, but tighten stops and don't let losses build.
IBM also affirmed that it's on track to meet its previously-given guidance for the year, leading to a jump in shares after hours.
Now that the numbers are actually hitting, it's difficult to place faith in possible lower interest rates to offset for poor growth.
IBM (NYSE:IBM) today announced second-quarter results. "In the second quarter, we continued to grow in the high-value areas of the business, led by a strong performance across our Cloud and Cognitive Software segment," said Ginni Rometty, IBM chairman,...
The market remains muted on the news, with bad headlines leading to dip-buying and good news failing to produce protracted momentum.
Buy IBM between its five-week modified moving average at $139.00 and its 'reversion to the mean' at $147.72. Lock in a solid dividend and Red Hat innovations.
Preventing the U.S. dollar from appreciating too aggressively while repairing credit conditions are 'job freaking one'.
U.S. equity futures edged higher, potentially lifting Wall Street to fresh record peaks again Wednesday, as investors await the first of six major tech sector earnings reports later today that could make-or-break the recent stock market rally.
Don't be rigid in your thesis, keep an eye on market action and respond as appropriate.
Jim Cramer says no one ever got hurt taking a profit, but it looks like this is a market worth running to when the stocks of good companies go down.
It is still a surprisingly sedate market, despite indexes sitting close to all-time highs, earnings season, possible interest-rate cuts and endless speculation about China trade.
Traders and investors were disappointed recently when the IT company did not raise guidance and that weakness does not look like it has run its course.
Jim Cramer says don't trade earnings season, invest in it -- and invest the time needed to be a smart, successful investor.
Stocks surge as latest Fed minutes, released Wednesday after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's Congressional testimony, show several FOMC members are leaning towards reducing interest rates.
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IBM is likely to take one of two paths.
U.S. stock futures fall as investors prep for an appearance from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell before Congress; Levi Strauss slides on indications that sales likely will slow in the second half of the year; T-Mobile will replace Red Hat in the S&P 500; New York hosts ticker tape parade for U.S. women's soccer team.
Jim Cramer says the important thing is recognizing the slowdown exists and knowing how to deal with it.
NEW YORK, July 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- T-Mobile US Inc (NASD: TMUS) will replace Red Hat Inc.
Stocks came back late in the session Tuesday, and ended mixed as investors looked ahead to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's upcoming testimony before Congress.
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