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Despite the upbeat reaction to earnings the risk of more downside is increasing.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
Keeping accounts near highs when the indices are correcting makes outperformance very easy.
We did have volatility for most of January, but it was all in one direction.
Are you read for an earnings filled-Thursday? Alphabet, Amazon and Apple are on deck.
Who, out there in the health care sector, is safe?
Among other things, the company's latest production target changes for its Model 3 sedan up the odds of a major 2018 capital raise.
Look no further than the top 10 winners in the S&P 500 and you will see just what I mean.
If you thought the kids of the wealthiest of the wealthy have it easy, think again. These 5 billionaires have chosen to not leave their fortune to their kids.
Is this the sign of a top? Dow is doing us a disservice.
You call that an online sale? Singles' Day in China dwarves Cyber Monday, with China's largest e-commerce company doing more than double in one day what all U.S. retailers sell over the entire Thanksgiving weekend. Here are the stocks to own to capitalize on Asia's e-commerce boom.
Both businesses are battling Amazon and posting strong official growth rates. But their parents are also very selective about what they tell investors.
Dow and S&P 500 move slightly deeper into record territory on 30th anniversary of the 1987 crash.
Weak performances from eBay and Apple dragged on the entire tech sector.
I have been an active trader since the mid-1990s and I don't ever recall a market environment like we are in now.
You think we could avoid the collision, given that we hit all-time highs in the Dow and the S&P and the Nasdaq?
From Bitcoin to your personal wine storage unit, eBay has it all.
A parliamentary report has criticized the companies for not doing enough to prevent online fraud on their sites.
All the bearish arguments we have heard for weeks are still in place, but none of them are having any impact.
If eBay looks as if it will struggle to meet targets for next year, shares will see a haircut.
The company's reported move to satisfy EU complaints about its shopping search engine will cause some operational headaches, but shouldn't badly damage its search cash cow.
One-on-one with Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle.
Stop worrying about artificial intelligence.
The recent data breaches at the SEC and Equifax appear to be part of a growing trend.
In the near term, investors should take on a much more positive view of the stock.