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With the U.S. restaurant-delivery market still seeing intense competition and discounting, GrubHub is reportedly exploring its options.
Let's dissect these two concepts that explain why we're rallying like we are now.
Expand your search for some of the end of the year 2019 names that were down and out that could benefit from renewed 2020 optimism.
Despite the strength in equities in 2019, several high-profile initial public offerings landed with large thuds and have struggled since.
The stock is performing better, despite the backdrop of a negative story -- here's what the charts are suggesting now.
The following names have some risks attached. But they're also seeing strong growth and trading at relatively subdued valuations.
Expect the new to be old, and the bad to be good -- and Apple and Tesla to be real snoozers -- this year.
Since coming public, it's been Lyft delivering more of the good news than Uber, but you can't tell it from the price action.
RBC analysts expect Alibaba and Salesforce to continue posting strong double-digit sales growth, and remain fans of Constellation's M&A-driven growth strategy.
This has been a name I've traded quite a bit over the past six months. The volatility makes it possible and the active options market doesn't hurt either.
RealMoney's Eric Jhonsa offers some predictions for what the tech world will witness in the new year.
RealMoney's Eric Jhonsa reviews which of his 2019 tech predictions did and didn't pan out.
These are the 10 reasons why we keep going up, despite all the bad news.
Here's a salute to our best and brightest, who keep this nation's economy -- and our livelihoods -- going strong.
We're seeing lots of companies snapping up their peers, and the market is applauding.
UBER had a chance to go up, but then came the bad news out of London; now LYFT looks like the better of the two.
Though there are legitimate concerns about Uber's business that the company still needs to address, it's worth recalling how negative investors once were towards some tech giants at far lower levels.
Despite the possibility of getting booted from London, Uber's overhang is behind it, and it can go higher from here -- especially if it tosses its food service.
Ride hailing-company has been stripped of its license to operate in London for the second time in two years.
My 8 bullet points show there are very few things that have changed in the past 6 months.
Let's review the long-term bullish case for this FANG stock.
When stocks like UBER stop going down on bad news, traders need to pay attention -- here are the options for playing it now.
Here's why much-hyped Workday just doesn't look like a good investment (hint, it's never shown positive cash flow or profitable quarters).
I'm all in favor of mergers and acquisitions -- the more we get, the higher the stock market goes -- but I am not in favor of making conclusions based on tips about deals.
When things look the easiest, the hardest trade can often be best.