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If you own these, seriously consider locking in gains before they become the next casualties of war.
Six formerly hot stocks that crashed and burned -- and three still too hot to touch.
From a technical perspective, we're witnessing a solid breakout from a bullish flag formation.
IAC spins off Angie's List into a separate, publicly traded company that also includes HomeAdvisor. The media giant has also spunoff its Tinder and Match business, along with Expedia in recent years.
Match Group was started with an "overweight" rating and price target of $21 at Piper Jaffray on Tuesday.
Get your notepad out. Apple might not make it to $1 trillion.
Market players don't seem overly anxious to chase things higher.
Move to bring Spotify to the dating app has the stock breaking out.
Another busy day on the earnings calendar kept trading erratic again on Thursday, though the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to clinch slight gains by the end of the session.
Financial engineering by central banks has corrupted the way contrary sentiment works.
Conditions are still overbought, staying stubbornly sticky to the upside.
Waiting for a pullback hasn’t worked, but it is hard to find rational entry points when so many stocks are parabolic.
U.S. markets fell to session lows on Wednesday after the U.S. services sector slowed to its weakest pace in two years.
Will the Fed hike? Will Square issue more shares? Will Dallas win?
Stocks ended the Thursday trading day little changed after a surge in tech names balanced out a selloff in health care.
Online dating company Match Group (MTCH) made its debut on the Nasdaq Thursday under the ticker MTCH.
Unicorns are being hunted these days! From Jones Trading, citing information from The Wall Street Journal (log-in required): "Square (SQ) is planning to price shares at $9 each -- a 40 percent drop from the level paid by investors in its private fun...
Square (SQ), the mobile payment processing company, has fallen short on pricing its IPO.