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Twilio bulls are feeling vindicated on Wednesday morning.
* Over the last two decades technology has out sped regulation but the social/economic pendulum is now moving towards (costly) regulation and possible restrictions to (non core) growth * Amazon's expansionary moves have disrupted numerous industrie...
Insiders buy for only one reason -- to make money.
Airbnb remains a formidable competitor to hotel giants like Marriott.
These are simply programs where some ETFs and handcrafted baskets are overwhelming both sides of the market.
"If you don't believe I'm all I say Come up and take my hand When I let you go you'll cry "Oh yes He's a sixty-minute man... There'll be 15 minutes of kissing Then you'll holler "please don't stop" (don't stop) There'll be 15 minutes of teasing And ...
* Unreasoned collateral damage is a definition of opportunity to me With the president taking a swipe at Facebook , Alphabet and Amazon (on antitrust grounds) in a wide ranging interview with Axios - Twitter could be pressured along with the FANGs t...
One of the more interesting aspects of the bounce was that small caps outperformed.
They are coining money selling phones and making even more - in terms of gross profit on the services stream.
Apple's quarterly results could be a pivot point for the market.
Apple will file what likely will be the most important earnings report of the season as it could dictate whether the market bounce continues.
All three companies reported seeing user growth pressures in North America for popular services.
Those that believe so are primarily relying on hope.
When the Russell has been the strongest index, markets have kept going.
Rarely in my scans do I find a company with this type of history.
SBUX is no longer the growth stock it once was but it is still often viewed as a value play.
Back in April I said that Facebook could be dead money for the rest of the year - and I have been intermittently short in the interim interval. This afternoon my pal Steve Cortes has some solid thoughts about FB - which I agree with:
Perhaps it is worth it to remember how fabulous these companies are so we can understand why they can come back.
The misery of October may be ending, but when the market action is as bad as it has been participants should not be too trusting
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
I don't share the market's optimism in the after hours (post Facebook ) -- more on that tomorrow. Facebook mentioned a number of headwinds and challenges which will be costly and will likely end up with slower sales, reduced profit and disappointing...
FB is acting like the worst has been priced in and that is what we need.
Facebook needs to show it can still drive engagement.
The big issue is whether all the bad news has already been discounted.
Despite the controversy, Facebook is still first in advertisers' minds.
The risk of another big-cap, FAANG selloff is still quite high, however.