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Oracle has joined its brethren: These 4 tech powerhouses are back, and they are buys.
The stock's recovery from a big post-earnings selloff has now lasted four weeks.
Wearables, the iPhone 7, virtual reality, cybersecurity spending and Twitter each confounded expert predictions this year. What should investors take away from all this?
I expected flames today and instead got lames.
Optiv and Presidio are being taken public by PE firms that appear hungry to profit from a strong tech IPO environment, but investors might want to tread cautiously.
There are some good ones today, but for different reasons.
It will be interesting to see if investors are in a forgiving mood today, given the seasonality.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average could cross 19,000 today for the first time ever.
Options indicate a $11 per share move in either direction after tonight's report.
Here are a few trade possibilities to consider going into and after the company's earnings.
Jim Cramer expects to see consolidation among enterprise companies focused on cyber security.
Sometimes an earnings release can be a coin-toss and sometimes it can be about positions.
During the shortened trading week of November 21, investors will be parsing remarks from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
Third-quarter earnings beat expectations, and I anticipate the same next quarter, at least with technology companies.
Just sit in a quiet room, imagine the year 2056 and visualize the products and services needed then.
Investor enthusiasm for many security tech stocks has died down since last year. While earnings season could bring more volatility, some contrarian plays arguably exist.
Fortinet reveals weakness in what has been a strong sector.
The stock is near its 2016 high, but breaking through won't be easy.
Still, an anemic rally saved the market from what at one point looked like a pretty darned nasty day.
The Santa Clara-based cyber-security firm was trading down Wednesday on weak earnings guidance.
Jim Cramer says cyber security stocks are in a rough patch.
Ulta and Palo Alto didn't have the numbers to match the high multiples.
U.S. stocks moved slightly lower early Wednesday, despite a better-than-expected reading on private payrolls.