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I'm looking for is a market environment when stock-picking will matter more.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average snaps back solidly Thursday after plunging more than 600 points in the previous session.
Tech stocks got some help from strong earnings from Microsoft and others, but chipmaker AMD got hammered on weak guidance as trade worries continue to weigh on the chip sector.
Cybersecurity concerns could make for provoke acquisition action in Silicon Valley.
There isn't much appetitive left for chasing the big-cap technology names right now.
Twitter posted stronger-than-expected third earnings Thursday but said monthly active users fell a bit more than anticipated, suggesting moves by the micro-blogging website to limit hate speech and cull fake accounts are having an impact.
Global stocks were awash with red in overnight trading Thursday, loping billions in value from equity markets around Asia following last night's late-trading collapse on Wall Street which has erased year-to-date gains for benchmarks around the world amid concerns over weakening U.S. earnings growth, rising geo-political tensions and the unknown outcome of trade disputes between Washington and its major economic partners.
It is far better to stay defensive and protect capital while waiting for positive action to develop again.
It becomes difficult for me to tell you where to run in these markets...
Reports Q3 Year-Over-Year Revenue Growth of 29% and DAU Year-Over-Year Growth of 9%
It's time for Facebook to follow in the footsteps of companies like Microsoft, Alphabet and Oracle in breaking up the CEO and chairman roles, according to a call by several large investors. In light of Facebook's very bad year, the proposal could actually gain some steam -- even though CEO Mark Zuckerberg controls 60% of voting shares.
Jim Cramer, celebrating the opening of the NFL season, says this is just another day of total tech mayhem.
Stocks can't go up every day, says Jim Cramer. And there's more to this market than four big Internet companies.
Companies, like PepsiCo and Constellation, need to constantly reinvent themselves, or they'll get crushed. It's a tough battle, Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Twitter, Dominion Energy, Caterpillar, and United Rentals.
Late last year, S&P Dow Jones Indices and MSCI announced a makeover to the telecommunication services sector. That could impact a multitude of high-profile stocks.
Jim Cramer says somebody panicked, and their departure left behind a mess in the tech sector. But that spells a buying opportunity.
Apple and Tim Cook think the EU's data laws are the right template for the U.S.
Jim discusses his view of the market, Viacom, Palo Alto Networks, PayPal and why the market needs to make it through this busy week of corporate earnings.
We got a rip-snorting rally where the bearish arguments are buried and the bullish ones come to the fore.
What will work best for you will depend on how you think about the market.
Saudi money, including its Public Investment Fund, is a force in Silicon Valley and beyond. But the alleged murder of a prominent Saudi journalist is putting some leaders in an uncomfortable spot, as more top executives back away from a planned conference in Saudi Arabia.
Whether or not you've seen "The Social Network," you probably know that Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in 2004. But, what's the history of Facebook, and what's happening now?
As this record bull run shows its age, there are a striking number of companies with terrible fundamentals and unreasonable valuations.
This expert is bullish on consolidation.
Square's slide may provide an attractive entry point for investors.
The Nasdaq and Dow are falling triple digits Wednesday while the S&P 500 is down 1.5%.
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