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Don't focus on the big tech, there is still value in the technology sector.
There has been a lot of discussion on Overstock in our Comments Section recently. If you are involved (I would not and have no intention of being involved), you should listen to my old acquaintance Marc Cohodes in this podcast.
We will hear next Thursday, in 'round two,' which banks have actually passed or failed on their capital plans.
Overstock looks ready to rally and the reward compared to the risk is compelling.
The Supreme Court case could expand when online retailers must collect state sales taxes.
Online retailer has already given up half its recent gains.
We sat down with tech guru Mark Douglas, CEO of Steelhouse to talk about the death of the big ad agencies, connected tv, the Comcast Sky deal and why Nielsen ratings are no longer relevant.
The Nordstrom family is reportedly close to a deal to take the company private. Here's the hottest story Friday afternoon.
Overreaction seems to be what markets are good at in this 'golden age of electronic trading.'
Now that cryptocurrencies have gone through one major boom-and-bust cycle it is a good time to sort out some of the better plays from the junk.
There's a new exchange traded fund tracking companies involved in the blockchain space, the sizzling hot technology behind bitcoin.
These three topics are being talked about with passion by speculators out there.
This market is badly in need of some resets as it has been nearly straight up the first week of the year.
Bitcoin belongs in only one area of your portfolio -- if that.
Apple has not confirmed the reports, but they could have a big impact on the market if selling pressure on Apple persists.
Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne is now focused on shaking up how Wall Street does business.
Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne has made headlines lately for trying to sell his company to invest in blockchain. He talks with TheStreet about the move.
Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne was an early adopter of bitcoin. Here is what he thinks about the crypto's plunge from recent highs.
Many experts are predicting that the bitcoin-related frenzy will die an ugly death, but there are a couple things they are missing.
Trading highly volatile stocks is speculation just like buying a stock that barely moves is speculation.
Markets were higher "from flagpole to that's all" today. The Russell Index, which has been lagging, led the markets to the upside. Bond yields were considerably higher (by about four basis points) - and a possible yield breakout and price breakdown...
Don't underestimate how the action in the stocks of blockchain and cryptocurrency plays impacts the overall market mood.
Markets celebrate as tax bill passage looks more likely.
Traders are in a good mood as small caps outperform and the crazy action in the blockchain group continues.
I have my eyes on Twitter, Noah, and Alibaba among others.
Market action saw sharp swings as Fed raised rates.
The republican loss in the Alabama special election for U.S. senate had only a brief imapct on stock futures.