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Outside of the very short-term, the plan's earnings targets are much easier to achieve than its revenue targets.
Markets took a dive following comments from new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell
Facebook's stock continues to plunge as it deals with the fallout from Cambridge Analytica. Meanwhile, Amazon is worth more than Alphabet and Tesla's stock is crashing.
Patriarch Partners founder Lynn Tilton is a business renegade and entrepreneur. She has been described as fearless, brash and even controversial. In a featured podcast for Women's History Month, TheStreet talks to Tilton about how she takes companies from times of despair and loss to times of prosperity. She also tells us how she has taken apart a Tesla! Look out Elon Musk.
When things are this controversial you aren't going to find people willing to step up to the plate.
Tesla bulls can't avoid the company's existential problem.
Facebook's stock seems to be the only big-cap tech name not on fire. Tesla may be having some internal issues.
My top-3 contenders, including a dark horse absolutely no one is talking about.
I'll be watching for entry points to develop this afternoon.
I have no dog in the Tesla hunt, but Barron's Roundtable member and my old acquaintance George Noble sent me an email with his "analysis":
Amazon's Jeff Bezos is dead-set on exploring space. Tesla's Elon Musk is readying a space vehicle for Mars. Investors in each company should be worried. Stock prices continue to melt up, meanwhile.
Self-driving cars are coming, and here's how to position your portfolio.
Are you ready for today's trading? Here's what you need to watch Thursday.
Prominent names that were merely 'avoids' have become out-and-out shorts in light of recent events.
Macy's has given investors several reasons to buy its stock following fourth quarter earnings.
The 'dash 1000' is the largest Airbus A350 the company has every produced.
Welcome back from the long weekend, Wall Street. Here's what you must know.
The trading action Thursday and the third hour of Friday shows me the markets really are running on fear, opposed to greed.
The cars may be great, but the numbers are terrifying.
Hate the term. When I see a talking head on a financial channel using the term "Dead Cat Bounce", I think what he or she is really saying is "I have absolutely no idea what the market is rebounding, and I have not really thought about it." That said...
Good Morning, Just Who Is This Guy? My name is Stephen Guilfoyle, an Irish kid from Queens, NY. I am one of the columnists at Real Money Pro. I also co-manage TheStreet's "Stocks Under $10" with Chris Versace. Folks in the business usually call me ...
Some of the recent money that just piled into equities in January has already headed for the exits.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk must think harder before he says things to Wall Street. How about that wild Dow?
As investors decide what to do after a volatile three days, here are the business stories you need to know.
'Let's talk about Tesla', says TheStreet's Jim Cramer. The response from Marc Chaikin of Chaikin Analytics: 'You Really Want to Know?' Watch the video for more.
Oh Snap, did you see those earnings reports? Here's everything you must know before the bell.