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This year's estimated Thanksgiving weekend e-commerce growth rates aren't too different from last year's estimates. But there are some notable changes beneath the surface.
eBay's marketplace operations are seeing little to no revenue growth amid stiff competition from Amazon and others. And it's not clear when this will change.
Traders can learn from watching, as well as doing, and with the FOMC meeting landing, now's best time to practice the former.
Is there room for three names in the workplace communication sector?
Beware of broad internet search trends for the iPhone 11.
Charts see upside potential for Brooklyn, N.Y., marketplace for craft supplies and vintage goods.
World Wrestling Entertainment looks appealing for its breakout and option activity and Shopify, does too, for its secondary offering.
Most retailers do not, but here are a few that have the right story.
A subset of tech is expensive, as well as tech IPOs, but the majority of sectors are far from overvalued.
A quant downgrade and technical weakness are enough to get me to the sidelines.
In any other administration I'd avoid the idea, but this administration and this president love to get on social media and make a splash.
I'd either wait for a breakout or retracement because we're stuck in technical limbo after today's gap higher.
Although not completely immune to tariffs and Trade Wars, I could see LOW...escaping relatively unscathed.
While the gap down today kills short-term momentum, I believe the stock can find a trading range as long as it closes above $26.50.
Valuation is one of the key similarities for the e-commerce companies, but the business models are starkly different.
If Pinterest is pinning its hopes of profitability on e-commerce, Etsy would be an excellent choice.
Etsy's earnings report did nothing to call its long-term story into question. But investor expectations had risen above official analyst estimates following big 2019 gains.
Etsy has an active management working to constantly improve business rather than sitting back.
The Brooklyn-based company has a worldwide opportunity to match rabid sellers with rabid buyers.