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As Netflix shares continue to surge, the 20-year old video streaming service looks set to overtake American icon Walt Disney as the country's most valuable media company.
A measured response from North Korea, which revealed an openness for potential talks with U.S. President Donald Trump, soothed nervous investors Friday and supported gains for equity markets around the world.
One of the Federal Reserve's more vocal members tells TheStreet he is concerned regulators are sowing the seeds of the next financial crisis. Also, PayPal's investor day comments were embraced by the market.
All of these stocks are standard go-to names when inflation is peaking.
Jim Cramer says this market -- wracked by inflation, tariffs and nuclear tensions -- bounced madly, and it can't value stocks rationally.
There's an emotional component to trading that simply doesn't allow people to think straight.
If Alphabet can do it, Apple could too. But the latter's efforts in autonomous driving have been minor, to say the least. Will its deal with Volkswagen change that?
If you're looking for a tech play, but can't afford FANG stocks, look no further than REITS, or real estate investment trusts.
From Netflix to Kraft Heinz, these names look good.
Investors will soon turn their attention to Corporate America's outlook for 2019. Here are several stocks that are worth a look.
It's difficult to find many stocks worth buying in this market.
Netflix officially announces a multi-year producing agreement with the Obamas.
With the resurgent market, traders are moving back into the big tech names such as Apple and Facebook.
The companies on the list of 500 represent an impressive two-thirds of U.S. gross domestic product.
Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, May 18.
A service that pairs ad-free YouTube with originals and a music service that's fully integrated with YouTube should be well-received, but its pricing gives Apple and Spotify a bit of a breathing room.
Consumer staples names were considered safe havens, but something has changed.
Many large businesses are now opting to shut down existing data centers and move their contents to public clouds. Amazon is well-positioned to grab a large portion of these deals.
Get ahead of the naysayers, says Jim Cramer. FANG and other tech leaders have gone cold, but they're not dead yet.
UBS estimates that Waymo could provide $114 billion in revenue to Alphabet by 2030.
The FAANG stocks, especially Facebook and Amazon, are up big over the last month.
Jim Cramer encourages investors to consider his newly crowned group of seven stocks in a speech made at TheStreet's Investor Boot Camp in New York this past Saturday.
Fund managers are growing increasing concerned over faster inflation and slower global growth, but are still holding on to bullish positions in tech stocks, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey.
Home Depot is one of my oldest long positions.
The market feels like it's on the cusp of making a big move higher or lower this summer. Get prepared via TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer's monthly Action Alerts PLUS members call on May 15.
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