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The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended off by triple digits after U.S. retail sales in December saw their biggest decline since September 2009.
In honor of Valentine's Day, Jim Cramer has five stock picks for investors to love.
Investors should keep a close eye on Apple and Disney, both of which are poised to make major product announcements over the next two months.
The tech giant's new cloud chief promises his unit will invest heavily in 2019. Separately, a new report says that Google is prepping a cheaper Pixel phone.
Apple is cooking up a new subscription product to be launched soon, but content publishers are reportedly balking at the tech giant's proposed terms.
Much remains unknown about how the 3-tier WarnerMedia streaming service that AT&T plans to launch will be branded and priced.
Activision needs to post strong earnings before many investors eject.
Disney is getting ever closer to launching its Direct To Consumer platform. It could be huge, but investors are presently on the sidelines and skeptical.
Stocks ended lower Wednesday as investors found little in Donald Trump's State of the Union address to warrant extending recent market gains.
The media company posts stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings but cautions that its transition to broadcasting its own content on the Disney+ platform would hit its bottom line.
Among other things, the media giant signaled it wants to launch Hulu in more countries and provide discounts to consumers who sign up for multiple services.
This quarter has set DIS up nicely to deliver a real growth strategy at the April Investor Day and that will be the key driver of the stock.
Like it or not, Disney is embracing the capital-intensive Netflix strategy.
Disney is drawing mixed reactions as key catalysts remain out of first quarter view.
U.S. stock futures mixed as investors remain worried the U.S. and China could fail to reach a trade agreement following Donald Trump's State of the Union address; Walt Disney rises as earnings beat estimates but expenses could rise from the company's new digital offerings; Snap soars as losses narrow and its user growth stabilizes.
Among other things, this earnings season showed that cloud revenue and capex growth remain pretty high, and that demand trends outside of China mostly remain healthy.
The company reported a 7% jump in media network revenues.
No business can expand one segment forever, but a good business can use a solid balance sheet it has built over time to invest in the next thing.
I expect we'll see a 4% to 6% move over the next week and I'm playing it as such.
Now that these names are well off their highs, and the risks presented by their respective earnings reports are squarely in the rear-view mirror, let's look at the charts.
Viacom posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings Tuesday and said it would produce more shows with Netflix as it seeks to leverage its content in the face of intensifying streaming competition for viewers.
The studios is where the uneven comparison really is.
The selloff in Alphabet presents opportunity, and I think this cash machine is ripe for a small long position.
Apple has a huge cash balance of $130 billion, and many are urging Apple to start spending. Health care, gaming and smart speakers are among the areas where Apple could get a boost from M&A, according to analysts.
E-mini Nasdaq futures trading soared to new highs amid recent tech-stock volatility.
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