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Bank earnings have kicked off. Rumors are picking up on Wall Street that General Mills could sell more assets. A Tesla nemesis talks with TheStreet. Happy Friday.
Investors are starting to take on riskier positions just before a 2019 growth slowdown. Mental note.
In the July Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer discusses why he and his AAP team continue to hold almost a quarter of their portfolio in tech. Watch now to hear why!
When you get no instant retaliation from China and instead get the companies trying to crack into China see their stocks rallying, it emboldens you to think, wow, I don't want to be cross-wise with this one.
Broadcom isn't paying too much for CA, and can find ways to boost its bottom line. But CA faces some challenges, and the deal is outside of Broadcom's usual comfort zone.
AI, self-driving cars and high-powered computing are driving the next huge boom in semiconductors. And not even regulatory drama can slow down the industry in the long term, analysts say.
Cloud and defense are still looking good, but watch out for retail names.
Here are the top tech stocks analysts say it's time to buy. Get out your pen and paper.
At an event in San Francisco HPE CEO Antoino Neri explained why his company is investing so heavily in the edge, how HPE is reacting to the China tariffs and more.
The "buy the dip strategy," a cornerstone of last year when there was little volatility, is still in play for 2018, according to Kate Warne, an investment strategist for Edward Jones.
S&P 500 companies could see earnings growth of as much as 20%over the second quarter, according to FactSet estimates, marking the second best three-month stretch since late 2010.
The e-commerce giant's ambitions seem to have no limits.
Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet and more continue to spend on technology at near-record levels, Goldman Sachs analysts find.
Now may be the time for the U.S. to start a trade war because its economy is stronger than China's and less dependent on exports, but the ending may not be in American hands.
U.S. stock futures rise and global shares book gains after a solid U.S. jobs report; Donald Trump to announce his Supreme Court pick on Monday; Groupon reportedly is looking for a buyer.
Cloud computing, oil services and some other sectors look good here.
In an industry not known for significant dividends, all three yield 4.5% or better.
This new version of Dell is very different from the old Dell, and that's a good thing.
A key exec for Google Cloud, Diane Bryant, is leaving the company. The COO previously worked for 25 years at Intel.
This July 4 week, put down the hot dogs and start spending some time on research stocks. With markets off their all-time highs, there could be gems out there to be bought.
The Washington Post reported late Monday that several U.S. Federal agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, have joined the widening probe into data mis-use at Facebook.
The market will have a tough time trying to stage any form of sustainable rebound days away from the start of U.S. tariffs on China goods. Why would you buy Dell when it goes public?
The partnership will help make broadband more affordable and accessible for underserved and unserved customers in the rural U.S. and around the world.
AT&T, IBM and Iron Mountain all yield 4.5% or better in an industry not known for significant dividends.
Bill Gates has been a billionaire for over three decades. How did he get that first billion, and how much is he worth now?
Shorts are relishing Tesla's fall on Monday, but be careful if you're still shorting Tesla stock.
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