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After a five-year hiatus I'm ready to start throwing whammies in several directions.
What happens when the buyers fueling the IPO fervor run out of steam?
The story of the much-vaunted electric carmaker is beginning to unravel, which makes buying the big dip in its shares a dicey proposition.
Walmart is signaling its ready to compete for convenience-focused consumers with Amazon.
There is a firm belief that something has to be done, something, and at least Trump has a plan, however flawed, it's a plan.
The rest of the automakers just don't get it -- the sharing economy is a revolution.
As we have seen so far, in terms of market reaction, there is great reward at the point of sale in beating expectations.
When you see that money pouring out of the market it is going to be looking for a home. The home will most likely want some economic sensitivity.
The U.S. economy is doing okay, but not great, and you can see that in a number of sectors.
Look at the entirety of your portfolio and make sure there are no earnings blow-ups coming from the companies that you own.
CarMax report serves as warning for new auto sales, but potential good news for car-sharing companies.
GM and Ford have identical business models, but they are different stocks.
No one wants a Kraft Heinz moment.
What makes Nio interesting is its huge potential, likelihood of favorable attention from the Chinese government, and its influential investors.
Investors had better be ready for new types of combinations between automotive and tech companies.
The race for AVs can be divided into two acronyms - ADAS and MaaS - and MaaS is an enormous potential market for global companies.
With weaker outlooks for growth in Europe and China, companies will look to the U.S. economy to remain buoyant.
What stocks to buy and what to avoid on the continual leaks coming out of the Kudlow-Mnuchin camp and the Lighthizer-Navarro camp.
Many analysts are urging investors to ignore the short term noise and look to the company's efforts to monetize its massive user base.
Those playing this market should remain grounded in the real, not digital world.
'This is not the beginning of the end, but it may be the end of the beginning.'
Ford posted a quarterly loss in every segment outside of North America.
The quarter was certainly one to remember, according to analysts.
IBM's Red Hat grab and blockchain aspirations have some strong practical applications.