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It's time to reconsider Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet/Google in the New Year.
This 'Accidental Champion' of market cap is there because the company is executing so well on so many fronts.
In short, Apple is one of the first admitted victims of the U.S.-China Trade War.
If 2018 was kind of a mini-2008, then I think 2019 could be a mini-2009.
The smart way to panic is to remove any trace of financial systemic risk from your portfolio.
Thursday's stock market rout is just another reminder that flat yield curves and equity investing do not mix.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell appears intent to reverse a near decade's worth of policy in just a couple of years.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison is adamant that his company will retain the lead on database technology against Amazon.
Oracle's tough 2018 could help it maintain value amid more volatility.
Oracle is back in the green for 2018 after a strong earnings release on Monday night.
Here are my predictions for the S&P 500, bank stocks, the Federal Reserve's move on interest rates and much more in the coming year.
The renewed investment accelerates the company's commitment to industrial internet of things technology.
Use it to your advantage or don't use it at all.
Top of mind for investors when considering Apple is the whipsaw relationship between the United States and China.
Recent earnings reports from several major software firms suggest business trends remain pretty good for the group.
What to buy and what to trim on the 90-day extension on trade talks.
As far as fiscal policy... yeah, that's still unsustainable. No change there.
This was not a suspension of the trade war, merely a suspension in the escalation of it.
Among other things, the software giant's performance in recent years drives home the importance of good leadership and the long-term value of "legacy" platforms.
Amazon Web Services has used this week's re:Invent conference to unveil dozens of new offerings. It has also taken shots at rivals along the way.
The way Apple is perceived says much more about an investor's investing approach than about Apple itself.
'Here's the story: If we don't make a deal, then I'm going to put the $200 -- and it's really $67 -- billion additional on at an interest rate [sic] between 10 and 25 depending.'
Shares of the Seattle-based e-commerce giant shot upward on Monday.
'Bottom line, AWS is likely to remain a bright spot within the broad Amazon product portfolio from both a revenue growth and profitability perspective during a cloud-first era.'
With 90% of global assets now in negative territory for the year, only a dovish Fed or some agreement on trade can bring back the bull run.