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When Netflix reports earnings tonight, what will likely matter above all else for now will be subscriber growth.
The reaction to earnings will tell us quite a bit about this market.
Nations will never abandon the debt super-cycle that they have created unless there is a public loss of faith in fiat.
Let's look at the top-five performing stocks in the Dow for the first quarter. They are incredibly illuminating.
Most Fortune 500 companies use his companies' products, and Dell Technologies is becoming the hardware backbone of the internet.
There are myriad ways to play what many consider a revolution in telecommunications.
A well-connected analyst just raised his 2019 estimates for Samsung's flagship phone line, citing better-than-expected demand in China and elsewhere.
Someone at Berkshire needs to step up and produce a mea culpa on Kraft Heinz.
These stocks have grown their dividend for years but the yield has now reached levels of attraction.
I have long been interested as well as invested in the business cloud, and Salesforce has long been one of my key names.
Let's see how this is playing out on the charts.
Selecting the creme de la creme of last year's top dividend dogs generated an average total return of 8.8%.
Alphabet's investors' call highlighted the challenges that the digital retail and tech giants are facing, right now. They can't seem to please anyone.
If you buy volatility today, be ready to pull the trigger intraday Tuesday.
Here's why these companies do well in a choppy environment.
I think we can all agree that there will be no increase made to the Fed Funds Rate today.
There is concern about missing out on further upside, but technically some sort of pullback is probable.
The one-day pops that could be fleeting might only be an appetizer to the entrée that is the nascent fourth industrial revolution that semiconductors will need to underwrite.
Replacing fear with pragmatism, that is our goal.
These themes are working despite the turmoil in Washington and slowing global growth.
The quarter was certainly one to remember, according to analysts.
Still, the bears didn't build much downside momentum despite the intraday reversal.
Stocks are ears of corn and they all pretty much look alike to these louts.
There's no upside to fighting Amazon, Alphabet, and Microsoft as cloud providers.
IBM's Red Hat grab and blockchain aspirations have some strong practical applications.
It doesn't matter how well corporate America does if the report card comes the same day as a breakdown in oil.
Earnings day buying action is certainly bullish, but can Big Blue keep up for the long term?