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Brittany Umar and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Quite a few pummeled tech stocks could see a decent recovery in the short term.
Both stocks have been hit hard over the past month, but Facebook's upcoming IPO could actually give them a boost.
News of Youku's and Tuduo's merger has sparked interest in other Chinese names that may join forces.
Conflict of terms, right? Well, playing the Youku/Tudou deal may be more trouble than it's worth.
PWR and STMP are on my bearish radar, while YOKU and UTIW are on my list for bulls.
A number of other names in the China tech space are looking solid, as well.
Its earnings and guidance disappointed, but many investors want to believe in the long-term story.
Tudou's lackluster IPO belies the fact that, operationally, it's in a place that's quite similar to Youku.
Most Chinese names in the sector popped on Friday, but Yahoo! did not benefit.
I'm leaning bearish under 1308, neutral between 1308 and 1311.50, and bullish above 1311.50.
This is a stock pickers market and a good time to detect relative strength and weakness plays.
The Chinese streaming video provider's shares soar on a content deal with Fox Entertainment.
My three winners and three losers for 2011 yield three lessons going forward.
Youku is trying to build a business model that is a combination YouTube, Hulu Plus and HBO by 2015.
The Chinese online video company struggles to control costs as it competes with a bigger rival.
Some wonder if Ctrip's disappointing results are a bad sign for China's leading video website.
There selloff of momentum names today tells us that big players are in trouble and more liquidations are likely after the quarter ends.
Here are seven suggestions for investors who are wondering if investing in this market is worth the risk.
China's second-largest online video service is sinking fresh off its U.S. debut. Sharks are circling.
U.S. futures are pointed to a higher open after Tuesday's broad selloff.