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Emerging markets e-commerce and electronic payments should offer traders and investors some big winners.
Just because business conditions look good for a company today doesn't mean they'll stay that way forever. Especially if a major rival or supplier has a change-of-heart.
Many tech names were shaken Tuesday.
Give dip buyers the benefit of the doubt on Wednesday.
The transition from 'old economy' stocks to 'new economy' names like Alibaba and Mercadolibre has many more years to run.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer tackled viewer questions on the economy from the NYSE Wednesday. His first viewer question was from Henry Blodget, an investor and CEO of Business Insider.
Why do people buy troubled stocks? And what if The Donald wins?
The Emerging Markets Internet and E-Commerce ETF (EMQQ) helps investors get more exposure to the growth of online consumption in the developing world.
This stock has been a good short-term mover when the company reports.
These could get volatile after tonight's reports, so I'll use options to define my entries and exits.
An important piece if you are involved in MercadoLibre. Run, dont walk, to read Herb(ela) Greenberg's "Warning Bells at MercadoLibre." It is classic Herb, and an important read if you are involved in the name.
It was a gap-and-go to the upside today in the market as it built on yesterday's strength.
Recent Fridays have had big moves, and this one is already here.
It's become increasingly clear that the market won't meaningfully pull back until Apple flashes sell signals.
It is hard not to have doubts with these bulletproof stocks, but the trend is the trend.