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Uber's ride-sharing business continues seeing demand gradually improve from its March/April lows. But it's still far below pre-COVID levels.
Don't be dazed by star stocks like Tesla, and instead stop and think: What do you really get when you buy stock in a company?
These stay-at-home, newbie short-term investors are learning the hard way about gambling on 'bargains' bound to go belly up.
The firm will need a successful and sustainable reopening of the economy to be successful itself.
Disney's trajectory could provide a blueprint for the reopening of travel and leisure -- and how investors react.
Sutter Rock is a rare find worth checking out for dividend seekers -- and it's got a 13% dividend yield.
The economy and society suffer each day we stay closed, so let's look at the data on the Covid-19 crisis as well as on the economy to see what could be next.
Splitting one's bets between blue chips and a smaller basket of high-upside plays with more risk could work well over the long run.
Alphabet's self-driving arm is getting funding from several high-profile investors. But no automakers are on the list.
If you're an investor that is inclined to look at the intersection of what I call the Digital Lifestyle and food industry, you are more than likely looking at the food delivery industry, which has changed significantly in the last several years. Whi...
The stock's decline is likely due to the revenue guidance range for the full year.
This rally has been industry, not sector led, and it is all based on technology, whether or not market leaders reside within the Tech sector or not.
The ride sharing company is expected to report earnings on Tuesday after the market close.
Though Uber's Q4 adjusted EBITDA guidance was better than expected, the opposite was true of its full-year bookings and revenue guidance.
Lyft has been gradually taking share from Uber in the U.S., while China's DiDi has been gaining ground in Brazil and Mexico.
Here are two strategies to invest as UBER unloads its 'Eats' business in India, navigates California law and gets a lift by analysts.
I would look to continue riding UBER on the long side with no interest in a short position.
Despite the strength in equities in 2019, several high-profile initial public offerings landed with large thuds and have struggled since.
The following names have some risks attached. But they're also seeing strong growth and trading at relatively subdued valuations.
Since coming public, it's been Lyft delivering more of the good news than Uber, but you can't tell it from the price action.
UBER had a chance to go up, but then came the bad news out of London; now LYFT looks like the better of the two.
Though there are legitimate concerns about Uber's business that the company still needs to address, it's worth recalling how negative investors once were towards some tech giants at far lower levels.