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Noise traders tend to buy high and sell low, as Milton Friedman said, but they can still dominate markets. And they can also go broke individually.
Here's a look at some of the biggest IPO's so far this year.
Microsoft said that Teams has more than 13 million daily users, compared to Slack's last reported user count of 10 million.
To effectively generate profits, a trader must pick several companies in a sector and short the whole bunch.
Robinhood, The We Company, Postmates and Medallia are a few of the tech firms that may go public in the latter half of this year.
See the key distinction for Slack versus other news public tech companies.
Baird starts coverage on Slack with an outperform rating.
Spotify and Dropbox are having a bit of a resurgence at the moment, thought the two IPO darlings of 2018 have seen lackluster returns since their debuts.
Jim Cramer explains the ins and outs of essential economic and investing lessons that every stock investor needs to know.
Gold continues to ramp higher and bitcoin is starting to act like it did back in December 2017.
Jim Cramer explains why the stock market isn't a good gauge of the economy. Plus, he's got your game plan for next week.
Stocks ended lower Friday but held onto most of the week's gains after President Trump aborted a planned airstrike on Iranian military installations.
In a typical IPO, insiders can't sell shares for up to 6 months -- but that isn't the case with Slack's direct public offering.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the surges in gold and oil, Slack's first full day as a public company and Canopy Growth's earnings report.
At its present valuation, it's hard to see even a 30% move for shares from here.
Curious about Slack now that it's public? Here's why Jim Cramer considers the company an 'orphan.'
Jim Cramer zeroes in on the one thing it would take for him to invest in Slack for his Action Alerts PLUS trust portfolio.
Slack Technologies shares extended gains Friday, following a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday that valued the business-focused software group at $23 billion,
Jim Cramer weighs in on whether or not the markets are starting to weigh in downside risk, Slack's first full day of trading, and Canopy Growth's earnings.
U.S. equity futures pulled back from record highs Friday, while global stocks retreated and safe-haven assets rallies, following reports that President Donald Trump ordered, and then rescinded, an airstrike on military installations in Iran.
Do we finally have too many new stocks, and are we running out of ammunition to buy them without wholesale liquidation of other stocks?
U.S. stock futures decline following a report that President Donald Trump ordered, and then rescinded, an airstrike on military installations in Iran; Canopy Growth posts better-than expected fiscal fourth-quarter revenue but a wider loss; Slack extends gains; Zion Williamson is picked No. 1 in the NBA Draft.
Jim Cramer weighs in on whether or not the Fed did enough to avoid a tweet from Trump, Oracle's earnings report and Slack's first day as a public company.
The S&P 500 closed at a record high on Thursday, overcoming a mid-day dip following President Trump's comments on Iran's downing of a U.S. drone.
The digital-messaging service debuts on the New York Stock Exchange.
This is the perfect day to reduce long exposure, then sit on your hands.
Despite steady selling Thursday the markets are not on the verge of disaster -- and thanks to several IPOs, opportunities are here.
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