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Ready for another wild week on Wall Street? Here's what you need to know.
How do we examine what might be attractive when the selling madness really abates?
A couple of midday observations: * GM has recently garnered a lot of Wall Street sponsorship (in the form of upgrades) in recent weeks. But, with an assist from poor guidance at Ford , the shares have noticeably underperformed. I have recently added...
Ford CFO Bob Shanks wants NAFTA to continue, but would like provisions added to prevent currency manipulations.
Mr. Market continued its uninterrupted 2018 advance today. In after hours, a recent long rental (sold for a small profit), Intel , prospered after a fine EPS report while one of my core investment shorts (held for several years), Starbucks fell (-$3...
Long-term and income holders probably won't like what I'm proposing.
The struggling automaker has the perfect model to follow.
The stock market is long overdue for a pullback. It now has good reason to do so. Ford, step up your game.
Ford chief financial officer Bob Shanks said the automaker is in the "third or fourth inning" of its fitness plan, which includes cost cuts and a pivot towards autonomous vehicles.
You making want to pair this a little extra caffeine; U.S. stock futures point higher on an increasingly weak dollar.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
Whether you're worried that the Apple iPhone X cash cow is drying out or you have your eye on the latest round of earnings, here's what you need to know Wednesday before the bell.
Folks can crow all they want about autonomous vehicles, but there's still a market for those who want to drive a car.
The company owns Bentley, Bugatti and other hot super-luxury auto brands.
David Solomon's personal assistant has been accused of bilking the Goldman Sachs exec.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Ford is lower on weak guidance given out late on Tuesday. I remain short General Motors based on the prospects of "Peak Autos."
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was mystified by Ford's 2018 guidance, which was impacted by higher commodity prices.
Bitcoin maintains its decline while U.S. stock futures suggest a rebound from yesterday's small loss. Are you ready for today's trading?
We got to spend time with Ford's president of global operations at #NAIAS and we talked about their autonomous driving strategy, how the economy affects truck sales and which Ford car he and his wife both drive.
Ferrari is getting into EVs and SUVs.
Alfa Romeo's Giulia was named Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year and did not disappoint at this year's Detroit auto show. Watch!
Why is Facebook changing its ways? You excited for Ford at the Detroit Auto Show?
The 2018 North American International Show in Detroit runs January 14-28 and it will not disappoint. From autonomous driving, connected cars, e-mobility, technology for sure will be in the driver's seat. Watch our preview now!
Meet the latest cryptoasset hitting the scene: Ripple. Watch our video to see if it will eclipse bitcoin.
Activision Blizzard is counting on people wanting to watch others play video games.
For the big automakers, it's all about self driving and electric cars. That has propelled Tesla shares. In April of 2017, Tesla's market cap eclipsed General Motors and Ford.
In Tuesday's Morning Jolt, TheStreet's Brian Sozzi and Scott Gamm have the latest from CES and the stock market.
Stretched consumers seem likely to repair rather than replace, as well as take longer to pay off car loans.
It's the biggest tech trade show- The Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas! Expect everything from AI to self-driving cars, gaming PCs, VR headsets and much else. Watch the video for more.