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While some growth stocks have been bid up to extreme valuations, others could look intriguing if markets see a meaningful downturn.
News out about Microsoft Edge's integration with PINS has helped spur another trade in the name.
Amid the Covid-19 environment, people are looking for other income ideas, drawing them to sites such as Pinterest.
This comes across as one where you are only going to bring in a solid profit if you are willing to risk direction.
Feeling anxiety about actually stepping foot into stores once that becomes 'available' may be enough to spur a push into SFIX.
The eye-catcher isn't the price action but the sheer number of call contracts we are seeing trade.
Splitting one's bets between blue chips and a smaller basket of high-upside plays with more risk could work well over the long run.
Valuations look appealing for some U.S. Internet companies that have joined equity markets in selling off over the last week.
I think PINS is going to have a nice earnings win streak, and here's how I'm playing it.
UBER and PINS make me feel that they have pivoted from unicorn status and are now about showing Wall Street that they can make a lot of money if they want to.
Pinterest isn't exactly known for its conservative moves around earnings.
This move by Beijing comes on top of massive injections of liquidity into that nation's financial system earlier this week.
Despite the strength in equities in 2019, several high-profile initial public offerings landed with large thuds and have struggled since.
The following names have some risks attached. But they're also seeing strong growth and trading at relatively subdued valuations.
Despite some awful quarters, I see hope for the name, so here's how to play it with May 18 puts.
My 8 bullet points show there are very few things that have changed in the past 6 months.
With near-term expectations high, a disappointing Q4 sales outlook is overshadowing Roku's strong account and usage growth figures.
Most of these names are smoke and mirrors, with the elusive profit objective often years away.
If you are looking for the pain in this exuberant market it is in the names classified as technology plays with market caps between $5 billion and $100 billion.
A good third quarter is overshadowed by ugly guidance for the fourth quarter and beyond.
I do think that this Fed Chair has learned to be cautious, in reflection of the policy errors made in late 2018.
In the market cap bracket between $5 billion and $100 billion sit some of the most egregiously overvalued, economically inefficient bubble stocks in this peaking market.
More than four-fifths of U.S. teens still report owning an iPhone, and more than a third now say that YouTube is the video service they watch the most.
No one ever thought when we created a stock market that there would only be buyers of stocks in an index.
Here's a look at a few tech names whose selloffs are arguably overdone.