Recent Articles from TheStreet

Cirrus Logic Shares Take Off on Earnings, Revenue Beat

Cree, Cirrus Logic Lower After Bank of America Cuts to Underperform

Cree and Cirrus Logic fell after Bank of America cut its rating on the semiconductor makers to underperform from neutral.

Ford Lead

How Ford Can Rally More Than 20% in Q4

After months of languishing, Ford stock finally has some bullish momentum. Let's look at the charts to see where it could go in the next few months.

NYSE Trader Lead

U.S. Stocks Slide Amid Focus on Covid's Economic Impact

A 4-basis point jump in the 10-year Treasury note yield, which recently stood at 1.37%, pushed stocks lower too.

Jim Cramer on What to Expect From Ulta Beauty's Earnings

Ulta Beauty targets upgraded focus on customers

Cosmetics retailer's shares have been on a roll, as management pursues locations within Target stores.

Tesla Model Y Lead

Tesla Daily on the Tesla Bot and Why He's Excited for Q3 and Q4

Rob Maurer of Tesla Daily joined TheStreet to talk about the Tesla Bot, interviewing Elon Musk one day and why he's excited about Q3 and Q4.

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Facebook Stock Slips on Report User Comments Undermined Vaccine Effort

Facebook was lower after a report said anti-vaccine activists used the site to undermine the CEO's vaccine-promotion efforts.

Amazon Lead

Amazon Facing Teamsters Unionization Push in Canada

The Teamsters are pushing for unionization in at least nine facilities in Canada, according to a report.

Tesla Electric Power Lead

Can Tesla Break Out Over Resistance? Two Levels to Watch

Tesla stock is meeting resistance, which is preventing a breakout. Here's the level to watch (and the one after that).

Nvidia Lead

Nvidia, AMD, Marvell, KLAC Among Top Chip Picks at Bank of America

Bank of America named several top semiconductor picks, including Nvidia, AMD, Marvell and KLA.

Automobile Manufacturing Lead

Auto-Output Estimate Slashed at IHS Due to Chip Shortage

IHS Markit slashed its 2021 and 2022 forecasts for auto output due to the semiconductor shortage.