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While some growth stocks have been bid up to extreme valuations, others could look intriguing if markets see a meaningful downturn.
While the arrival of additional bad news could lead markets to fall further in the near-term, investor sentiment will likely turn before conditions on the ground see big improvements.
The following names have some risks attached. But they're also seeing strong growth and trading at relatively subdued valuations.
During a talk with TheStreet, CFO Glenn Schiffman talked about IAC's reasons for holding off on an ANGI Homeservices spinoff, as well as the differences between private and public valuations.
Prices are still in an uptrend, but the IAC's On-Balance-Volume line has been diverging from price for four months.
Let's see what the charts and indicators look like this morning.
Prices are now pulling back so we can get an opportunity to go long.
IAC/Interactive is focused intently on expanding the reach of video platform Vimeo in an era dominated by Facebook, YouTube and Netflix.
Shares of IAC Interactive have been on a roll this year. TheStreet talks with the company's CFO Glenn Schiffman about the outlook for the year ahead.
Other possible suitors include Alibaba, Alphabet and more.
It's every investor's dream to find a stock that goes up at least 1,000%; here are a few that did.
If you own these, seriously consider locking in gains before they become the next casualties of war.
Six formerly hot stocks that crashed and burned -- and three still too hot to touch.
IAC spins off Angie's List into a separate, publicly traded company that also includes HomeAdvisor. The media giant has also spunoff its Tinder and Match business, along with Expedia in recent years.
Wall Street couldn't extend a record-breaking steak into a third session following the weekend terror attack in London.
Though tech M&A activity has cooled a bit, it certainly hasn't evaporated. Here's a look at the buyout prospects for some companies whose names are in the M&A rumor mill.
Here are 4 potential solutions.
Crystal Moselle, director & producer of the forthcoming documentary 'The Wolfpack,' shares insight on how digital viewing platforms have helped independent films gain more viewership.
OKCupid is breaking up with Mozilla Firefox in protest of its new CEO Brendan Eich's bigoted past, urging users who access the site through a Firefox browser to use alternative software.