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There's a lot of confusion and leadership changes going on right now in tech and we need answers.
Unlike most of their peers, Electronic Arts, Zuora and Dropbox have gone on sale in recent weeks.
Announcement of cost-saving cloud infrastructure innovation flies under the radar amid COO drama.
Dropbox's paid user base is on a steady upward curve. How can it keep the trend going?
Dropbox shares' fallout after second-quarter earnings represents more evidence to me that investor sentiment is shifting to value plays.
Google, Amazon pose serious challenges to Dropbox as it strives for cloud dominance.
While Dropbox isn't doing well, I do like the action in Square.
iQIYI and Roku may offer some choice opportunities.
Lots going on this week! Stay tuned for earnings from Dropbox and Viacom, plus data on inflation. Here's what you need to look for. Watch now!
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Misplaced confidence, IPO mania and historically high valuations mean it's increasingly important for investors to recognize potential negatives on the investment horizon.
We have a poor open on the way, which usually brings in dip buyers.
Our GLUM Index stocks will be hit hard by this trade war.
As we gear into the final 90 minutes of market trading today, equities remain well in the red as trade and tariffs emanating primarily from China and the U.S weigh on investors. We've got 10 of the 11 S&P 500 sectors down, but most of the FAANG stoc...
It does feel strained to have such a limited number of stocks going higher. But this time I do beg to differ.
The first big question this morning is whether the trade war issue can gain some traction or whether the dip buyers get to work.
Traders are buying them just because the stocks are up, but that can quickly reverse.
Big cap names traded flat, but tech and momentum plays saw gains.
For today at least, it's all about companies that produce and deliver entertainment.
Dropbox shares skyrocketed on Thursday despite a lack of news. What's up?
The chipmaker's Epyc server CPU line continues to gain traction, as a new Cisco announcement shows. And going forward, Intel's manufacturing woes could help AMD add to its share gains.
The Nasdaq was the lone major index to close the day in negative territory.
When it comes to Dropbox and Spotify, their market positions in their respective businesses are enviable.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said newly public Dropbox DBX has real earnings and revenues.