Valuing Alphabet solely based on its near-term earnings and cash flows serves to grant little value -- or in some cases, negative value -- to key assets such as Google Cloud, Waymo and Google Maps.
The chip giant just unveiled new CPUs for workstations and high-end desktops that are priced much more competitively than their predecessors. And it has reportedly begun giving cloud giants bigger discounts on server CPUs.
Let's check out the recent price action.
The White House has issued assurances that it is not about to delist Chinese companies from U.S. markets, but it wouldn't be a stretch to see state-owned enterprises come under fire.
Jeff Bezos' firm is reportedly planning to open a chain of low-cost grocery stores, as Walmart continues seeing strong growth for its grocery pickup services.
Despite the selloff in this name, if you believe in a rally, you can bet that MU will be a leader.
Those who are 'cognizant' of why CTSH shares are priced as they are, will know they can get in cheaply.
In addition to Telsa's deliveries, Wall Street is paying close attention to the company's margins and cash flows, as the reaction to its July earnings report drove home.
Here's a look at a few tech names whose selloffs are arguably overdone.
Restricting new IPOs as a negotiation tactic I can understand, but the delisting one is beyond me.