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And why they should not have been broken.
Don't freak out. Actually, you should be happy, because market selloff's like this create buying opportunities.
In a worst-case scenario, Apple's fiscal 2020 earnings could fall by 11% from current expectations, according to one analyst.
Remember we are a domestic, service economy, not a big exporter, so it's not all that hard to find good stocks.
The weakening yuan was a mistake by the Chinese according to Jim Cramer.
We are taking a moment to provide price levels for nearly every position in the portfolio.
Outlooks from Samsung, Qualcomm and others point to weakening near-term demand for Android phones, particularly in China and on the high-end.
We initiated two new positions and exited another during a busy week of earnings.
These stocks and sectors are safe havens, and may even be opportunities.
Apple has a real problem if tariffs are enacted.
The trick is to look at your portfolio as a single asset and to manage your holdings in a way that keeps that portfolio near its highs.
Berkshire is so large and diversified that its prospects are tied to the economy as a whole, with the added benefit of being a defensive play in case of a market downturn.
While the trade war is clearly intensifying, we are viewing the market through a buyers' lens, waiting for pullbacks that improve our basis.
I like all of these, but one stands out today for a 'recovery' trade.
Samsung and Western Digital both suggest memory demand is improving following a very rough first half of the year. And Lam Research's outlook suggests industry supply growth is falling sharply.
President Trump tweets that the U.S. will put an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion of Chinese products and says figure could rise past 25%
The FTC will examine whether Facebook bought companies with the goal of eliminating competition, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Apple's pristine fiscal third-quarter results and strong outlook should boost investor sentiment, while rising valuations seem consistent with the company's successful shift to a higher-margin, recurring-revenue business model.
The strong growth seen by Apple's non-iPhone businesses last quarter offset fresh iPhone sales declines. A number of factors were at play.
Apple is on the verge of offering new products that could diversify its revenue stream even further.
Apple's wearables growth was 'well over 50%' in the June quarter, a notable surge in the midst of the Apple Watch's fourth product cycle. An analyst explains where the growth is coming from.
The market has qualms about Qualcomm's ability to carry shares higher.
The market's biggest problem right now is a lack of catalysts.
Jim Cramer tallies July's leaders and says the Fed may be just an afterthought when you look at why some stocks -- like Apple -- are winning.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Roku, Colgate-Palmolive, Amarin, Albemarle, Banco Santander, Simulations Plus and more.
As Samsung gears up to try things again with its $2,000 'Fold' phone, data shows that most consumers aren't moving to the priciest phone models.
Stocks finish sharply lower after Federal Reserve's Jay Powell says Wednesday's 0.25-point rate cut doesn't necessarily mean the central bank plans a series of rate reductions.
The issue now is whether this selling is going to gain some traction.
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