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We're considering all three stocks after recent pullbacks.
Some pandemic beneficiaries are seeing growth slow down. But secular and/or cyclical trends remain strong for many other tech names.
The constituent companies included in the top heavy large tech exposure of the Nasdaq have recently and clearly exhibited a demand pull forward that makes revenue and earnings expectations a challenge in the quarters ahead. The market is littered w...
I think that Roku has an excellent chance to best it's own expectations for the third quarter.
The Delta virus has more power to control both fiscal and monetary policy than does the data or do any of our leaders individually.
They are all chasing the same people, the millennials.
There were positive earnings call takeaways for AWS, YouTube and Microsoft Dynamics, among other businesses.
This week will tax your brain. Your ability to focus on what really matters will be tested.
While names like Facebook and Roku run higher, the action isn't so great for aggressive traders.
Let's see what makes an 'aisle' of stocks hot and what makes another messy -- and what I'd suggest you put in your cart.
There are still reasons to be optimistic about the long-term adoption of Bitcoin, Ethereum and certain other cryptos. But the selloff following a leverage-fueled speculative mania like the one we just saw rarely ends quickly.
While we favor the upside in ROKU, FUBO looks okay for a trade too.
Here's a lesson I learned decades ago at Goldman Sachs about how stocks can move in times like this.
The stock is investible as long as the investor understands that there's clearly an element of speculation to making that choice.
* Here's why ARK Invest's holdings are impacting the Nasdaq * ARKK weakness - and the attendant sales of its largest positions - may augur poorly for the Nasdaq in the weeks ahead "Just a small town girl Livin' in a lonely world She took the midnig...
Among other things, results revealed that quite a few firms are now facing a higher bar, and that reopenings have begun affecting consumer behavior in a number of ways.
My thinking is that if there is going to be a valuation shock to this name, it is not imminent.
A trader needs to go where they have comfort, especially if buying shares.
The fund is at a key spot technically, and there is real fear that if this spot cracks, what looks like a stretch of rough rapids could become a waterfall.
Bring back the gold standard? Whatever nation that did so would instantly have the most highly desired currency on the planet.
The worst example? Netflix. Competition has ended the Golden Years for this streamer.
Perhaps the most interesting result of an inflationary but not frightening CPI was visible in U.S. Treasury security markets.
It may seem ridiculous, but you can distill the market down to these two names because they stand for palpable themes.