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Though many tech names still carry high multiples, there are now quite a few with reasonable valuations.
Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg are finally doing needed damage control. And the remedies Facebook has offered should help appease consumers and regulators.
Facebook is trading some 16.6% lower from its Feb. 2 peak as tighter regulation and user backlash concerns continue to swirl around CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the wake of the social media giant's data scandal.
Jim Cramer calls it a tsunami of selling. Not one sector of the stock market got a break in Thursday's tariff-inspired decline.
The Trump Administration's plans for tariffs on Chinese tech products could invite retaliation and spell higher costs for U.S. tech firms. But many also haven't been entirely happy with the status quo, either.
Ugly as Thursday was, it's the kind of market that sets up great trading opportunities.
There are tons of things trying to grab the attention of investors right now from the Facebook data debacle to the Federal Reserve's latest meeting. Stay focused out there bulls and bears.
Let's look at the charts and indicators to see how much of a correction we could be in for in the weeks and months ahead.
Jim Cramer says the long-term story remains intact at McDonalds.
Jim Cramer says that when a stock surges on bad news, investors need to pay attention.
Jim Cramer focuses on Canada Goose, Dollar Tree, Honeywell, Marathon Petroleum, ZAGG.
Jim Cramer says you shouldn't dismiss the FANG stocks, despite controversy, uncertainty, rate hikes or even earnings. It's about the future.
Each of the tech giants is innovative and dynamic, so you shouldn't judge them only on the basis of where they are now.
Value stocks haven't done well in the era of easy money, with cash piling into growth names. But, that could be about to change.
Tesla's stock is in a bear market. So what? Amazon is now worth more than Alphabet. So what about that too? Facebook's day of reckoning looms large.
All three tech names (and many others) either held at key support levels or remain on their technical trends.
Fund managers are growing increasing concerned over the potential for a global trade war, but are still holding on to bullish positions in bank and tech stocks, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey.
Charts say Apple, Nvidia and other key tech stocks are still on trend.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg must act quickly to address the Cambridge Analytica situation or he risks losing investor support. Investors try to battle back from Monday's market rout.
The big selloff that started the week had a few good signs buried in all the red.
Here's what you need to know now for Monday, March 19.
Charts say the stock could face some trouble, especially if Mark Zuckerberg stays quiet.
TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer shares his latest thoughts on Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica debacle.
Kraft Heinz and a surprising underdog are part of our 'Selection Monday.'
Keep and eye on Monday's trial over the AT&T/Time-Warner merger, as well as on Facebook's Russia woes and Oracle's earnings.
AT&T is looking to buy Time Warner, a deal first announced in October 2016. How have the stock prices of both companies performed since then?
U.S. stock futures fall ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday; Facebook comes under fire from lawmakers; the court battle over the AT&T and Time Warner merger begins this week.
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