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There is no market cushion provided by short sellers. I recently wrote that short sellers are an endangered species. There are NO (except for permabears) emboldened bears out there now because their ranks have been diminished. As a result, there is ...
While the market waits for Friday's employment data we continue to look to buy the best and sell the worst. Here's a few of our favorites.
On the Nasdaq, the similarities to 2000 are obvious.
Carolyn Boroden of Fibonacciqueen.com reviews a countertrend buy setup in shares of Linkedin.
Facebook shares have the potential to surge as it looks for ways to monetize Instagram.
Today's Hot Topic updates Thursday's action and the flight to quality we saw in bonds and the yen. There's still a few names I'd consider buying, but if this trend continues we could see continued pressure in stocks.
I'm watching this area for a resumption of the longer-term rally.
Apple may not be bowing to Carl Icahn, but Tim Cook knows a deal when he sees one: he's bought $14 billion in Apple shares lately. Jon Marino covers this, and more, from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
Shares of LinkedIn are down over 10% in after hours trading after it posted fourth quarter earnings of 39 cents per share on revenue of $447 million.
TheStreet's investigation found more than 1,000 Twitter profiles for escorts and prostitutes prompting a congressman to pledge to summon company executives to testify on Capitol Hill
The chart reveals a bull channel that is supported by the stock's 20-week moving average.
Netflix's margins may be thin and its valuation may be high, but it remains the king of streaming video with first mover advantage, says Michael Robinson, Chief Technology Strategist at Money Map Press.
No matter what they say. By Ed Ponsi I just heard a technical analyst on CNBC say that LinkedIn's (LNKD) chart looks good. While the stock's bounce has been impressive over the past four days, the fact remains that LinkedIn reached a five-month low ...
It might be a mistake to focus only on Twitter's advertising revenue. By Ed Ponsi Cowen & Co. initiates Twitter (TWTR) with a sell rating. Apparently, only 5% of advertisers surveyed by Cowen believe that Twitter presents a good value and would pref...