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While top and bottom line exceeded expectations, investors will be disillusioned by 1Q and 2019 fiscal year guidance. For a stock that has risen from $51 to $78 - there was little room for such a disappointment - and I expect the shares to fall by a...
Raymond James has downgraded Square : We are downgrading shares of SQ to Underperform from Market Perform and establishing a fair value estimate of $56, implying 27% downside. In short, we believe organic growth peaked in 3Q18 and growth on the all-...
Deals that simply were unworkable four months ago because of price are now being done with alacrity.
* I have sold my long position in Square and I have taken the stock off of my Best Ideas List This morning's announcement that Fiserv will acquire First Data has buoyed the shares of payments companies (with whom First Data and Fiserv compete with) ...
Some groups that have been in horrendous bear market mode finally caught a bid.
These names are showing technical signs of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Tech giant Apple's earnings were all fine and dandy. But when you talk to some of the smallest publicly traded banks around, there are some worrying trends in the economy emerging.
Fresh off another strong quarter, TheStreet talks with First Data chairman and CEO Frank Bisignano about the company's outlook.
The crash of oil will only accelerate the move.
China dominates mobile payments in emerging markets, but there's room for rivals. Here are the U.S. firms to watch.
The idea that the tax changes have done nothing is, indeed, fanciful.
Let's review the latest charts and indicators to see if an upside reversal is getting underway.
A heavy load of economic data and earnings, led by Apple, dominated the week's business news.
This is not necessarily something to fear, but must be understood.
Payments processor offers 'the best value of any stock that we own right now.'
Colgate, First Data and Snap, among other stocks, could rise on these analyst actions, and here's why.
U.S. is behind the curve, but the opportunities are growing.
Despite talk of a downturn, I continue to stick to my routine and look for actionable ideas; and here are a few more for your consideration.
I am opportunistically looking to add exposure to strong themes.
Contrary to popular opinion, the so-called Fintech Revolution is not going to do away with traditional banking services.
Some pearls of wisdom from Lee Cooperman during his appearance on "Fast Money Halftime" today: Markets have been turned upside down. On investing and the evolving hedge fund cycle. Apple's best days may be behind it. Lee's specific investment mov...
Lots of energy names facing the potential for lower prices.
Graham Capital's Tropin: Investors aren't spooked but they aren't confident.