'What's next?' appears to be the dominant question, but you might not like the answer.
The software giant's stock is trading at 30 times forward earnings estimates, which seems like a pretty rich valuation.
Companies hit hard by bad news have a habit of bouncing back.
Don't invest just because it's a hot stock; know what the company does.
This week's event wasn't about a $1000 phone; it was about a wide range of options.
Social media site badly lags Facebook and is at the mercy of Trump.
The indices may need a rest, but stock-pickers have an edge.
As consumers see their monthly streaming expenses steadily grow, it makes sense for content providers to launch service bundles providing some kind of discount.
Why you should trade GOOGL carefully.
Though much bigger than they were a few years ago, top cloud-only software vendors are still posting very strong sales growth.

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