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Phones will get cheaper and margins will shrink, so consider data providers and component makers.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, holds his head over RIM.
We are entering a world where there's a chicken in every pot and an iPad in every hand.
Price points come under pressure simultaneously with increases in marketing and subsidy spending.
Whitman paid lip service to the need to innovate, but what does she know about innovation?
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, arches a brow at Apple.
Intuitive Surgical has done better than Apple in the past six months -- but many investors are still skeptical.
The time to short technology might be soon at hand. "What the wise man does in the beginning, the fool does in the end." -- Warren Buffett Last night on "Fast Money," with Mel, Dan, Guy, Karen and Joe, I raised concerns regarding the Nasdaq market, ...
Both stocks are creeping back up, but neither has a good plan to take on Apple.
Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg reviews Allot Communications' recently reported fourth quarter results and explains why he believes the stock continues to be a good investment.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, slams Sprint coverage.
Exec shuffles can make stocks cheaper, but be sure new management is making headway.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, lays down angles on Apple.
Contributor Gary Krakow investigates the Pantech Burst smartphone. It's not perfect but it is blazingly fas. And priced just right.
I sold out of my position in the name. Housekeeping item: I have sold my Nokia (NOK) common and calls at a small loss this morning.
BMC was mentioned in this weekend's Barron's as a possible takeover target. As I speculated on Friday, Barron's Roundtable member Fred Hickey did indeed mention BMC Software (BMC) in this weekend's magazine as a possible takeover target. He did not,...
Contributor Gary Krakow has been dazzled by the battery life of Motorola's newly updated Droid RAZR MAXX LTE superphone.
I also reinitiated long trades in BMC and Nokia. Today I added to the following long positions: Procter & Gamble (PG), PepsiCo (PEP), MGIC Investment (MTG), Lincoln National (LNC), Legg Mason (LM), Kellogg (K), General Motors (GM) and Ford (F). In a...
We could see a selloff here on the dismal corporate news over there.
Yahoo! and Research In Motion have made big moves lately, but I fear it's too little, too late.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, warns Microsoft traders to tamp their enthusiasm. Plus, the week's performance review.
A heads up. Those who are still long BMC Software (BMC) and Nokia (NOK) will perhaps receive a kiss from Barron's Roundtable member Fred Hickey in tomorrow's issue (though I am not certain that he will be in this issue, maybe the following week). A ...
A run-up in the TV display maker's shares to start the year is now an opportunity to book gains.
Apple's disclosure of its suppliers offers a trading opportunity in many companies on the list -- and some that aren't.
The January $5 calls have nearly doubled since Friday. Nokia's (NOK) January $5 calls have nearly doubled from Friday. Obviously this position should be on a short leash because it expires in three more trading days. I am now scaling out of the bala...
I sold half my calls. On Friday I suggested a cheap call purchase in Nokia (NOK) -- namely, $5 calls expiring on Friday. I have sold half on today's gap higher.