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TheStreet's Jim Cramer calls Opentable one of the most exciting companies he covers.
Here are a few reasons why these volatile names are once again on the upswing.
Some high-octane names are beginning to fade. The high-octane, high-beta market leaders have had a sharp run after previous weakness. Today, Priceline (PCLN), Twitter (TWTR), Yelp (YELP), LinkedIn (LNKD), Baidu (BIDU), Tableau Software (DATA) and th...
Away from the techs and the biotechs, you will find an astounding uniformity among stocks.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says he's had a downside target of $29 since Twitter went public, and now that the stock has hit this target, he no longer thinks it's a good short.
After these share declines, they look bound to become imminent takeover targets.
Old-line firms are getting a pass, but highfliers are getting crushed.
The transaction fueled the bubbly action in the market leaders early in 2014.
The transaction fueled the bubbly action in the market leaders early in 2014. Worshiping at the altar of price works -- until it doesn't. New tech and social media companies are nothing more than information aggregators driven by advertising that ha...
Suffice it to say that I find it as easy to be a Nasdaq bear now as I did in April 2000.
Today's post-earnings action could reveal a lot about the whole spectrum of these kinds of stocks.
Many investors don't give much thought to where their money goes.
Yelp's report causes automated trading programs to swing into action.
A couple of these have finally arrived. But it's a totally 'stay-tuned' situation.
If you're looking for an upside play, consider these two ratio call spreads.
History rhymes. Signs of a market topping process abound: As at previous market tops, signs of bubbles and excess speculation are ubiquitous. Market leadership is changing, consistent with two other periods that presaged market corrections (1972-197...
"Just one more thing." -- Lt. Columbo This morning I pointed to evidence of speculative excesses and emerging bubbles in "Bubblicious." In looking at the reaction to Twitter's (TWTR) results today and the destruction of social media stocks over the ...
Inside sellers are mesmerized by two events that really started the shift.
The jobs report, and several consumer names, will be top of mind.
Set for next week, its earnings report is looming large in investors' minds.
It could signal rapid growth or a major takeover in the Internet space.