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The great thing about Google? Unlike IBM? It isn't trumpeting anything. It's just talking about algorithms, let the eyes glaze over.
IBM has been frustrating as a turnaround name, but it's now pressing the right buttons -- and has a high yield.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger are dismissive of the Robinhood types, but they shouldn't be.
Don't fear the taxman, view this one as an opportunity, not a penalty.
Always, always, always stick to your rules. Always. This is why we have targets, pivots and panics.
While KO has no snack business it should still do well as restaurants reopen.
The marketplace responded well to the first week of earnings season, or should we say what we saw beyond the banks that dominated.
It's easy to be caught on the wrong side of the rotations if you aren't careful.
The chip giant is clearly thinking big under new CEO Pat Gelsinger. But a turnaround will take time to pull off.
Plus, a hat tip to Nvidia and CEO Jensen Huang for the company's new cryptocurrency mining processors.
For those who have not gone the extra mile of investing in bitcoin directly, investing in TSLA could be a semi-covert way of doing so.
Big Blue is among the 2021 inductees to the select group of S&P 500 companies that have increased their dividends for at least 25 consecutive years.
I can't say when the market's B-movie will matter, but here's what I can tell you based on the indicators.
With few exceptions, there isn't a stock that could bring down this market.
Let's check out the charts after its fourth-quarter earnings.
There is too much action under the surface to characterize this market by looking simply at the major indices.
Bears may fuss over the routine consolidation combined with rotational action, but here's how I look at the moves.
This action indicates that the institutional and big money is afraid of missing out.
No news can explain the action -- whether the bears believe it or not.
Professional investors may bemoan the aggressive trading of cheaper stocks, but it is where the action is right now.
I think investors deserve much better than to say that there's no opportunity for income in this market.
Two intriguing names are my choices for the year ahead.
I think the enthusiasm of the indefatigable wave of these buyers is equal to or superior to the disdain the S&P mimicking pros have.
RealMoney's Eric Jhonsa reviews which of his 2020 tech predictions did and didn't pan out.
If you don't know Lisa Su by now I am tempted to say don't embarrass yourself, she may be the foremost executive of our time.
While a lot of cloud-related enterprise tech spending still looks healthy, on-premise hardware and software spend is getting stung by both secular trends and macro pressures.