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Here are a bunch reasons to sell -- even if I don't believe in most of them.
Holding a stock is always a function of (upside) reward relative to (downside) risk.
Apple is up 10 days in a row and the buying has been accelerating, despite any specific news catalyst.
* With reward about the same as risk I have pared down my large position in Goldman Sachs on strength * Over the longer term GS will likely prove to be a very profitable investment * My two year price target remains at $245/share - an upside of more...
The potential for so-so earnings results among the S&P 500 and an initial lackluster response to IPOs could cause investors to pause a bit after a strong first three months of 2019.
Should Intel be unable to handle Apple's 5G iPhone needs next year, as some recent reports suggest, count on Apple to find another supplier rather than ship 5G-free iPhones.
The end to the surge in Shopify shares could be near.
I have had to think long and hard about Lyft, the stock, not the ride-sharing company.
So Microsoft is considering selling e-commerce tools of it's own. At least that's what was reported earlier today at The Information. This would be in direct competition with Shopify . What Shopify does is help new businesses with the intent to run ...
Facebook is looking for quality content and is willing to pony up the dough to get it.
Considering the uproar in India, many more skeptical speculators will be anxiously watching elections as they unfold.
I tend to not invest where I have a poor opinion of management. That is most certainly the case here.
Zuckerberg is looking to get ahead of the criticism and keep the regulation headwind from obscuring the tailwinds many analysts and investors have built the bull case behind.
Zuckerberg's attempt to steer the regulation debate on his company satisfied pre-market players.
Starting with Lyft, individual stocks are going to make a comeback. I sense the excitement and the possibilities. But don't leave it to just the IPOs.
I am going to lay it all out for you so you understand what happened today and what will continue to happen now that we are in the IPO gauntlet.
The online ad firm has seen strong growth in a U.S. market where Google, Facebook and Amazon loom large. And it's now entering China.
A slew of major names are poised to go public this year. Here's how to trade stocks like this.
The company is still seeing strong revenue growth, and its cost structure gives it a clear path to profitability.
Here is how the current IPO lifecycle will play out, with stops for Lyft and Pinterest.
As the streaming giant hikes prices in the U.S., it's testing cheaper, mobile-only plans in India and other cost-sensitive markets.
Another pressing concern for FedEx is the margin compression in its U.S. business.
GOOGL's ambitious gaming has to answer questions before being called a true game changer.