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Big technology stocks are underperforming the S&P 500 and investors are pulling money out of the sector, according to Nick Colas, Chief Market Strategist at Convergex.
DSW falls short of expectations while deals boost GoPro, Google and Netflix
Don't hang on to losers because you can't admit you made a mistake.
Despite John Sculley leaving as Apple's chief over twenty years ago, it's pretty clear that he is still very well-connected to what's happening at today's biggest tech companies.
The minutes from the Fed's April meeting make a June rate hike likely. Google showcases new products.
Tech giant Amazon could be sitting on quite the valuable asset in its Amazon Web Services cloud business.
This year's mix of Sohn speakers includes asset managers, a behavioral economist and two-time Super Bowl champ Eli Manning.
The famed investor is unlikely to present specific holdings at Sohn, but investors can expect a broad market outlook.
Stocks were weak Friday, but I don't see many good setups.
The company needs a partner to share future tech R&D spending, but is that reason enough to accept terms that other automakers have already rejected?
"I try not to kid myself. You know, I don't mind romancing someone else, but to fool yourself is pretty devastating and dangerous." -- Bill Veeck Move over Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos -- disruption first started with Bill Veeck, who over the cour...
Ad spending in the U.S. will benefit from this year's presidential campaign, according to WPP's CEO Sir Martin Sorrell.
There was something for both bulls and bears in today's session.
A week ago, in Fangs Look Toothless, I remarked that (T)FANG was beginning to show signs of breaking down. That trend has continued today, with all of the components lower on the day, in a good tape. The proximate cause? Growth is no longer growing...
After last week's losses, they are being reassessed on the fly.
The bears and the bulls are finely balanced heading into a busy period.
This is my most important take of the week: "Growth isn't growing"-- at least relative to expectations. Examples of this include Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL), EMC (EMC), IBM (IBM), Intel (INTC), Juniper Networks (JNPR), Microsoft (MSFT), Netflix (NFLX), Q...
A 'butterfly' put or call on GOOGL looks like the best option.
"Seventeen years later, Boca Biff's real-life speculative binges have continued. Though he remains undaunted and unrepentant, under normal conditions one would think Boca Biff is likely at or near the end of his speculative life. But if a cat has ni...
The list of potential bidders for all or parts of Yahoo! keeps growing, with the U.K.'s Daily Mail the latest company to express interest.
I started the day today by dissing the banks. Then, I unfriended Facebook (FB) by making it my Short Trade of the Week. Finally, I offered another critical post about auto stocks. Hey, at least I'm consistent! And at least I like Op...
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says keep an eye this week on speeches by Federal Reserve presidents and go stock shopping on any weakness.
It's seems that nearly every automaker is touting a future of self-driving cars.
Heading into the second quarter, TheStreet's Jim Cramer believes stocks might be a little bit cheaper than investors realize, including Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), IBM (IBM) and Alphabet (GOOG).
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says if you want aerospace stocks in your portfolio, buy Honeywell (HON), Alcoa (AA), United Technologies (UTX), or General Electric (GE).
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says if Rick Hill gets added to Yahoo's board, it's time to buy the stock.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says he thinks Visa will go up substantially, and that consumer products companies Kimberly Clark and Procter & Gamble are ‘screaming buys.'