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"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 ...
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.
Most are pricing in bottom end of their ranges and not getting much of a pop upon trading. The markets are slightly down to start the last trading day before the long holiday weekend. Baker Hughes (BHI) is up more than 3% on the day on better-than-e...
Until these overpriced stocks come down enough to attract acquirers, I think they'll cause real problems for the market.
There is no market cushion provided by short sellers. I recently wrote that short sellers are an endangered species. There are NO (except for permabears) emboldened bears out there now because their ranks have been diminished. As a result, there is ...
For these kinds of growth stocks, you have no choice but to wait.
Here are some specific stocks working as parables right now.
Zillow is destined to go lower because the real estate Web site's shares are way overvalued at 19 times sales, plus it has growing insider sales, says Brad Lamensdorf of the AdvisorShares Ranger Equity Bear ETF.
It's sardonic, corroded commentary designed to keep your pole in the boat.
In an exclusive interview, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's plans for 2014, as the company ramps up spending and marketing to make Zillow a household name.
Zillow Q4 earnings blew past Wall Street forecasts as revenue surged 70%. CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's earnings in an exclusive interview with TheStreet.
Shares of TripAdvisor tripped in early trading after the online booking company beat estimates, but it also revealed it switched its auditor.
I will be looking at 11 names that are still due to report earnings and working on their charts.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer thinks Microsoft needs to start buying internet companies instead of trying to invent new technologies.
Move is the leader in online real estate and operator of the Move Network of real estate web site for consumers and real estate professionals.
As I'll be at the dentist tomorrow, I have put some of my trades on hold.