David Butler, who hold a B.A. in economics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, has previously written for SeekingAlpha and InvestorPlace.com. Butler believes in earnings rather than charts, and he likes both value plays and equities that avoid debt.

Quarterly earnings beat guidance and user growth was strong.
The FANG stocks are leading the market right now in terms of performance.
Investors have waited a long time for Twitter to start producing earnings and now that's finally happened.
Boston Beer, the father of craft beer in America, has had a dramatic couple of years.
Car tariffs aren't Geely Auto's problem -- impending economic tailwinds are.
Snap has had a tough run lately after analysts lowered their price target to $9.
As the focal point of buyers has shifted to crossovers and SUVs, Fiat Chrysler has been perfectly positioned.
David Butler explains why Micron and U.S. chip makers will be just fine and why China can't do it alone.
The motorcycle legend has been suffering for years from sales issues.
Factors beyond pressure on Iranian oil exports should help Exxon Mobil and United States Oil Fund.

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