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We exited two economically sensitive positions during a volatile week for the markets.
Apple is a "buy the dips" stock this fall -- and we just got a dip.
What do I do with Apple now? The name still does not report for two weeks.
AmEx and PayPal beat on both top and bottom lines.
This game is as much about sticking to one's designated set of disciplines as it is about having good ideas.
What do AmEx and PayPal earnings say about the strength of the U.S. consumer?
Jim Cramer says there's still too much greed and complacency, and not enough fear and panic.
The payments giant beat estimates, issued a healthy 2019 sales outlook and also offered upbeat comments on its recent efforts to monetize Venmo.
The chip giant's commentary about near-term demand is encouraging for Apple and its chip suppliers, but a little less so for the broader chip industry.
Stocks fall sharply on Thursday after a hawkish set of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting cements the case for near-term interest rate hikes.
Ever heard of the fourth industrial revolution? Jim Cramer breaks it down.
We are waiting to see the whites of the bear's eyes.
Apple will hold a press event on Oct. 30, at which it's expected to unveil the next generation of its hardware lineup.
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.
More than anything else, I think their operating and gross margins will be the focus when they report Q3.
It's time for the central bank to show the same level of concern for their misplaced aggression.
But this might be a good spot to add some shares in front of the holidays.
TSMC the world's biggest contract chipmaker and a leader supplier for iPhones, posted a modest decline in third quarter profits Thursday, but offered a cautiously optimistic outlook for the sector over the near-term and said the U.S.-China trade war would have only a "minimal" impact on its global business.
Jim Cramer evaluates the Federal Reserve's interest-rate moves and says it's right to stay focused on any form of inflation.
The FAANG companies never stop reinventing themselves.
In spite of tax reform, Apple has stuck to making smaller technology and talent-focused M&A deals this year.
Tesla has recently purchased a plot of land in Shanghai to begin construction of its Gigafactory 3 location.
This group of five is resilient because the companies behind the acronym never stop reinventing themselves.
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