|Day Low/High||772.78 / 835.32|
|52 Wk Low/High||640.00 / 1,970.13|
To the upside: - +94% (to be acquired by Apollo Funds for $20.00/shr in cash valued at $7.1B) - +20% (strength attributed to report received take over interest) - +15% (earnings, guidance) - +14% (earnings) - +10% (earnings) - +8.6% (earnings) - +7....
This year has probably created long-term changes in the adoption curves for things such as e-commerce and gaming.
This week's earnings reports and calls brought positive disclosures about online video and payments trends, and more mixed disclosures about online travel.
Let's review how our strategy has been working out.
Many industry players are still seeing strong growth, even if growth rates have slowed a bit from their Q2 highs.
Business is currently very good for many e-commerce and digital payments firms. But there are reasons to think that growth rates will cool later this year.
The exploding field of 'payments' is reshaping how both consumers and businesses do transactions.
These ARK Funds family funds are focused on new opportunities and investment themes.
Plan to launch cryptocurrency makes tech company more attractive, but at current price, buying the name again on dips makes sense.
After many years of trying to compete in China, Amazon is reportedly in talks to merge its Chinese operations with those of a bigger local player.
The glass maker is seeing strong optical fiber demand from telcos and data center owners, and is even growing its Gorilla Glass sales in the face of a weak smartphone market.
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.