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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is retiring as CEO after a 12 year tenure. President David Solomon will succeed Blankfein beginning October 1.
In the meantime the shrug off of Netflix's miss is out in full force.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
On a valuation basis the stock looks attractive.
Goldman Sachs blew Wall Street profit forecasts away on Tuesday. The market needs to show the stock some love.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is retiring. President David Solomon will become CEO on October 1.
Let's drill down to see if prices can strengthen further.
*And the return of the Orange Swan "Progress is cumulative in science and engineering, but cyclical in finance." -- James Grant, "Money of the Mind: Borrowing and Lending in America from the Civil War to Michael Milken" To state the obvious the mark...
My Netflix short was a big winner yesterday, but I am also long Amazon and Google, which were hit with pretty strong collateral damage.
This quarter Netflix is not going to be the star of earnings season.
It's another big week for earnings, but Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and GE could have implications for the broader markets this week.
Terms of the deal for Datorama were not disclosed, but Israeli media reported that the deal was worth more than $800 million.
There are no pockets of safety beyond the big banks and there is no interest in buying the weakness so far.
Just because the S&P 500 crossed 2,800 on Friday doesn't mean a retest of the January highs of 2,873 is guaranteed.
Happy Amazon Prime Day! These are the business stories to watch before you start shopping.
I have capital to put to work and if the sort of action we had this week continues, I'll be a buyer.
Lucky day? Try these 4 names as banks kick off earnings season in earnest.
JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup are all scheduled to report their quarterly earnings this week.
Cloud and defense are still looking good, but watch out for retail names.
From United Rentals to GE, they're still underpriced.
Technically speaking, Wells Fargo's chart is beginning to show improvement.
The financials sector has been a laggard so far this year, but stress test results, released on Thursday, could spark a rally in the sector.
* The market is broken in price and in structure * Over the near term the easy money may have been made on the short side * Over the intermediate term (the balance of 2018) the market outlook remains bearish * We may now be seeing the initiation of ...
And don't forget your target prices and panic points.
After yesterday's close, it was announced that Goldman Sachs barely passed the derivative test by the Feds. These popular shares (which so many are bottom fishing in) continue to founder and it will be interesting to see how the long list of bulls i...
We will hear next Thursday, in 'round two,' which banks have actually passed or failed on their capital plans.
Goldman Sachs , General Motors and Starbucks -- these are stocks that should could concern the Bullish Cabal. So too should the parabolic rise in FAANG -- Facebook , Amazon , Apple , Netflix and Alphabet -- and the (extreme) relative performance of ...
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer this regulation will help the bottom lines of banks, but acknowledges the lackluster performance recently of the financials sector.
The Fed Chair's problems are very different from anything his predecessors faced.