|Day Low/High||126.10 / 126.26|
|52 Wk Low/High||82.00 / 147.38|
Selling had little or nothing to do with tax plan.
"It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose." -- Blondie, " The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" No "Takeaways" today as I have to prepare for my Tulane trip. So let's move to the abbreviated Monarc...
Don't allow yourself to be thrown off kilter by the emotional rantings of folks on Twitter or in the media.
One in three tech stocks are on track for a triple-digit rally in 2017 -- but not all trades are created equal.
Launching Google Play in China would let the search giant take part in a booming local app store market, and provide a means of distributing its apps.
A new report suggests revenue from mobile app stores grew faster in 2016 than in 2015. Apple, aided by soaring Chinese sales, drove a large chunk of it.
Automakers used to spending billions on R&D want to develop their own self-driving systems. Tech giants will have to work hard to convince them to change their minds.
The GPU leader's results and guidance indicate a very strong debut for its latest chips, as well as swelling interest in 4K gaming and AI projects.
Emerging market stocks are on a tear in 2016 and that momentum could extend into 2017, especially in countries like China and Russia.
The company's creation of a new media unit and entertainment fund show its seriousness about becoming a video powerhouse as Chinese e-commerce growth slows.
My inclination here is to be long volatility in some format tomorrow.
For the week of October 24, investors await quarterly results from a slew of major companies, including Apple, along with the first estimate of third quarter GDP.
It's been a nasty decline, but if we rally, these three have best charts.
Amid JPMogran's underweight rating on shares of Baidu BIDU, Jim Cramer said he's fond of Alibaba BABA.
Apple is scheduled to release its earnings results after the closing bell, but expectations are low due to flagging smartphone sales.
Apple and other tech giants will report, while the FOMC also meets.
Unless we see a strong reversal to the upside, we'd recommend a bearish stance on the provider of Internet search services.
The true test of traders is how they react when they are wrong.
The Chinese search giant faces several hurdles as it tries to cope with lowered projections in health care ad sales, analysts say.
U.S. stocks slipped on Tuesday, as investors moved into safe-haven assets, pushing the 10-Year German bund yield into negative territory for the first time ever.
Stocks were falling slightly in premarket trading Tuesday as oil continued its six-day descent.
Weekly closes below $140 and $135 would turn most traders bearish on BIDU.
Shares of Baidu are currently sagging due to the Chinese government's pressure on its healthcare advertising business.
U.S. stocks shook off the dour end to April to spring higher on the first trading day of the new month.