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The two greatest fears of TSLA bears are coming true.
No one wants a Kraft Heinz moment.
Cash is a lazy asset, but the genesis of Berkshire's underperformance has been choosing the wrong investments.
Investors had better be ready for new types of combinations between automotive and tech companies.
The race for AVs can be divided into two acronyms - ADAS and MaaS - and MaaS is an enormous potential market for global companies.
With weaker outlooks for growth in Europe and China, companies will look to the U.S. economy to remain buoyant.
What stocks to buy and what to avoid on the continual leaks coming out of the Kudlow-Mnuchin camp and the Lighthizer-Navarro camp.
The market can still go higher, but the time has come for the slope of price discovery to normalize a bit.
An $11 billion deal to buy cloud HR software firm Ultimate Software is the latest in a string of major software M&A transactions. More are likely on the way.
Waymo could be the biggest value driver on Google's books.
If you are investing in individual stocks you have to do individual research. It's that simple.
My only trade today was shorting at $160.30. In terms of the "action," banks (warming up for next week's fourth quarter EPS reports) pick up a bid and are relative outperformers, pot stocks still moving"higher." (I am not looking back at my taking p...
If Barra is willing to be as bold with the company's balance sheet as with its corporate strategy, GM shares could be the ultimate value play.
It is Chinese car manufacturers, not U.S. ones, that are suffering the most with Chinese sales.
If you wanted to do more to make things right with this economy than whatever the Fed is about to do, then we need more people in the workforce.
Ford CEO Hackett and VW CEO Diess confirmed discussions are underway.
It is dawning on major money managers that President Trump simply isn't serious enough to be considered dependable.
What to buy and what to trim on the 90-day extension on trade talks.
Now, though, we have the G-20 and this is a much tougher one.
It's time for Fed Chair Powell to put his regulatory hat on and stop this nonsense with firm enforcement.
From today's Wall Street Journal editorial page: "President Trump believes he can command markets like King Canute thought he could the tides. But General Motors has again exposed the inability of any politician to arrest the changes in technology a...
The outcome of this weekend will be binary, taking the markets sharply higher or lower.
If the Fed is less of a problem and China is less of a problem, the market can go higher. If both continue to be problems, we go lower.
GM CEO Mary Barra is an obvious winner, while domestic suppliers are sure to be among the losers.
Never confuse a bounce with a sustained move.
GM could show more strength in the short-run and maybe into year-end, but I would look for more basing and sideways price action before buying its shares.
As an example: After General Motors shares were halted pending news following a 2%+ jump after the open, Barra revealed that the company would shutter 7 plants (5 in North America and 2 international) after 2019, fire 15% of its salaried workforce ...