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We're in the middle of earnings season, and that means big moves for individual names. All the following companies are on the move prior to today's opening bell: Nvidia is the big story today after reporting strong earnings after the close. The stoc...
The shares still don't have price, momentum or volume triggering buy signals ... yet.
Investors with vision have been accumulating these stocks.
3 Top Off-the-Radar Consumer Stocks for 2017: Zeltiq Aesthetics, Yelp and LendingTree.
I would not be surprised to see YELP trading in the $50-$60 range sometime in the first half of the year.
Worries over the presidential election and a slump in crude prices pulled the S&P 500 lower for its seventh session in a row.
On Wednesday, November 2, the Federal Reserve's November statement is released, along with quarterly results from China-based ecommerce giant Alibaba.
Facebook has other growth drivers besides ad load, and those will help its continued ascension.
We checked out a trio of good performers on Monday; now for a look at three bad calls.
Ambarella, Pandora and Yelp are among the trades that are performing well.
We also look at the charts of GoPro, Ambarella and Bed, Bath and Beyond.
Jim Cramer says Twitter is not shutting down, despite rumors.
Yelp was viewed as a takeover target for a long time, but the most recent quarter proved it has the skills and management to survive and thrive, says Jim Cramer.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average surrendered slight gains as crude oil reversed direction to drop below $43 a barrel again.
Yelp's stock jumps on strong quarter, while Michael Kors sees larger-than-anticipated drop in comparable-store sales.
Shares are priced for perfection and profitability seems a long time in coming for the company.
On Tuesday, August 9, investors will keep an eye on quarterly results from Disney and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Yelp reports its second quarter results this week, but the company should really be focusing on M&A, says Jim Cramer.
For the week of August 8, the markets await Disney's earnings and July retail sales figures.
Most tech companies have reported positive earnings surprises so far.
Slow economic growth in Europe is making U.S. technology firms more attractive as takeout plays.
U.S. stocks moved higher on Wednesday, building on Tuesday's record closing levels in the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average.