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Bitcoin, the most famous of all crypto-currencies, has enjoyed something of a rebound of late.
PayPal's Venmo unit is reportedly planning to launch a credit card. That's just one of several ways it can monetize its young and highly engaged core user base.
The company is facing increasing competition from a host of mobile apps for its core business.
The end to the surge in Shopify shares could be near.
In a Dickensian twist, both AAPL and GS could get a big boost from analysts' Low Expectations on the Apple Card.
Apple hasn't answered all of its critics after Monday's presentation.
In this day and age, companies must be 'disruptors' or get left in the dust.
This is hope, not fact -- don't pay more for the same old thing.
However, the RMPIA did not see as much improvement last month as some other market indices.
The RMPIA rose 10.5% during the first half of the current quarter.
Among other things, Apple is now looking to hire wireless engineering talent in Qualcomm's hometown of San Diego.
Buy weak names, and hold falling names that were up a lot going into earnings, as they won't be down for long.
Let's take a look at the cornucopia of earnings reports that are coming our way after the close. Of the several dozen, which ones are likely to move the market? My guess is it will be some of these: Facebook Microsoft Mondelez International PayPal Q...
PayPal and its various solutions, like Venmo, has been a beast of a stock since last May but it also has had its ups and down. For those looking to see what's next, at least from a technical perspective be sure to check out what Bob Lang says to Kev...
I think we can all agree that there will be no increase made to the Fed Funds Rate today.
It sure felt like that after listening to Citigroup's robust conference call this morning.
If 2018 was kind of a mini-2008, then I think 2019 could be a mini-2009.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell appears intent to reverse a near decade's worth of policy in just a couple of years.
Buoying RMPIA during the first half of December were shares of Broadcom, Facebook and PayPal.
The Menlo Park, California-based social media giant slid 1.58% on the day to $137.42 per share, far below the company's near $220 highs less than five months ago.
As we have seen across other categories, industry leaders are not usually willing to be supplanted.
The problems within the company's ranks could be just as damning as data breaches.
Shorts aren't shying away from the cannabis industry even after a series of squeezes.
eBay targets are getting slashed but the market is staying positive.