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Tariff Protection for Your Portfolio -- ICYMI

Tariff Protection for Your Portfolio -- ICYMI

Facebook, Google and Netflix have sold off since Trump initiated new tariffs. But should they have?

Alphabet Stock Is Just Too Cheap After Its Recent Selloff

Alphabet Stock Is Just Too Cheap After Its Recent Selloff

The tech giant remains an absolute cash cow with over $113 billion on the balance sheet and trades for a reasonable 25x forward earnings. The post-earnings selloff is overdone.

Sell Signals on The Trade Desk Call for a More Defensive Strategy

Sell Signals on The Trade Desk Call for a More Defensive Strategy

Let's check out the charts and indicators to round out our analysis.

Facebook Cambridge Analytica Settlement Could Put It Under Federal Oversight

Facebook Cambridge Analytica Settlement Could Put It Under Federal Oversight

Facebook settlement could supersede 2011 agreement which subjected company to 20 years of oversight as well.

What Is a Commission and How Does it Work?

What Is a Commission and How Does it Work?

A commission-based payment model can be a win-win for both employer and employee.

Shopify and Etsy Are Aiming at Different E-Commerce Targets

Shopify and Etsy Are Aiming at Different E-Commerce Targets

Valuation is one of the key similarities for the e-commerce companies, but the business models are starkly different.

Why an Etsy, Pinterest Partnership Makes Sense

Why an Etsy, Pinterest Partnership Makes Sense

If Pinterest is pinning its hopes of profitability on e-commerce, Etsy would be an excellent choice.

Etsy's Earnings Dip Could Be a Buying Opportunity

Etsy's Earnings Dip Could Be a Buying Opportunity

Is this a pound the table moment for investors?

How Much Could Netflix Make From Running Ads?

How Much Could Netflix Make From Running Ads?

The streaming giant could make billions of dollars per year by running ads, by some estimates. And it's delved into at least one form of advertising already.

There's No Rush to Buy, but No Urgency to Sell, Either

There's No Rush to Buy, but No Urgency to Sell, Either

Strong markets don't suddenly collapse and go straight down; if there really is a turning point developing, it will take time to do so.