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This year has probably created long-term changes in the adoption curves for things such as e-commerce and gaming.
For the longest time the 'market' traded pretty much in unison. No more. That doesn't happen.
The lion's share of App Store revenue appears to be unaffected by Apple's policy change, which follows a lawsuit from Epic Games and multiple antitrust probes.
What DIS does best is sell entertainment and leisure to mass audiences, and we're in an era where there are no mass audiences.
One stock is more favorable than the other, but both could make nice plays after recent pullbacks.
Trading volume was low enough Wednesday to indicate a lack of conviction, or conviction that did not spread across enough managers to truly change the narrative.
What the Nasdaq experienced Monday is known not just as an 'Outside Day,' but an 'Outside Reversal,' and these can be dangerous.
Two of these stocks look great, one is a push, and two are overvalued.
Plus, the rising possibility that the Senate may not remain in Republican control should give investors pause.
The average declined in October, but it was less than that hit took by the major indexes.
We were cautious with NFLX in October. Here's what the charts show now.
While earnings season has mostly yielded good news from tech companies, markets are clearly starting to become more uneasy about high valuations and macro risks.
Thumbing through some earnings conference call transcripts, I noticed that Comcast now has more streaming customers than cable-TV subscribers! It seems some 22 million folks have signed up for its Peacock streaming service while it's cable TV busine...
This edition of 'dividend derby' has a grab bag of options -- and we pick the sweetest.
TSLA has now posted five consecutive quarters of profitability while rapidly increasing productivity as well as margin.
The stock of the movie theater operator doesn't have anything going for it from either a technical or fundamental perspective.
The big issue looming over the market isn't earnings or stimulus but whether the election is going to be as chaotic as many fear.
Just take the three most obvious letters in FAANG -- Facebook, Apple, and Netflix -- they were all ideas from my children.
There has been a steady diet of "good" stocks, although they can shift quickly and require vigilance.
There is a presidential debate on Thursday. The market is being forced to adjust for renewed potential uncertainty.
A lot to discuss -- the markets' reasonably large drop from the day's highs, Netflix's very weak subscriber adds (and $32/share drop in the after hours), Snap's good usage numbers (and its salutary impact on Twitter's shares after the close (up $3/...
But there was some good news under the mess.
ROKU is up about eight-fold from its late 2018 low around $30.
There are bearish technical signals that indicate prospective buyers might want to wait for a pullback in the shares of the streaming giant.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
The market remains skeptical about the potential for a deal and that makes it dangerous to chase momentum right now.
Monday showed some signs of not just profit-taking, but some risk-off behavior by professional managers. What gives? Why now?