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Jim Cramer says investors should turn this Turkey-induced selloff into a buying opportunity.
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Tesla isn't a car company. It's a tech company that makes cars.
There's more Trump risk than China worries when it comes to the Seattle-based colossus.
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You've got a green light to pay a much higher price for the stock without any China risk.
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Turkey's currency crisis is getting downright ugly, and that should be a worry to investors. Amazon's advertising business is poised to haul in some serious dough by 2021. All eyes on Tesla, of course.
It was another wild week -- from Turkey to Tesla to more tariff talk -- so we called in some experts to break it all down for you and your wallet.
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Tesla is either going to be one of the great business stories of the century or one of the biggest flops.
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Friday's declines were orderly and didn't do any technical damage.
U.S. stocks moved sharply lower on Friday as Turkey's economic woes sparked risk-off sentiment.
President Trump approved higher steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey, sending U.S. stocks and the Turkish Lira sharply lower.
U.S. stock futures tumble amid the ongoing collapse of the Turkish lira; investors will be watching closely data on U.S. consumer prices; Tesla's board is reportedly to meet with bankers next week.
This has put downward pressure on Turkish sovereign debt.
Will stocks rip to new highs? Who knows, but TheStreet's founder Jim Cramer likely will discuss just that on his latest monthly Action Alerts PLUS member call. Meanwhile, all eyes on Tesla two days after Elon's Musk's tweet about taking Tesla private.
Samsung's latest high-end phone is solid, but it's also expensive and lacks eye-popping new features.
Apple in particular is helping the bullish cause.
This year's big Unpacked event focused as much on a new smartwatch and smart speaker as it did on Samsung's flagship extra-sized smartphone.
Apple could transform your windshield into an augmented-reality wonderland.
Roku hit a record high Thursday after the device maker said second quarter sales topped analysts' forecasts and total streaming hours on its platform topped 5.5 billion. Watch Jim Cramer's reaction to it all.
August has been a very good month for the FAANG stocks so far.
Stocks are a stone's throw away from retesting the January 2018 highs.
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