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Either the name is going to rally or the dividend is going to get dropped.
Kraft Heinz, Macy's and Renault have all recently been downgraded, and now the question must be asked: Is this the start of something bigger?
The mattress maker's dismal IPO should discourage other money-losing unicorns from going public and should promote a more disciplined environment.
At least days like today, when we're told the coronavirus has 'peaked,' show us exactly where the coiled springs really are.
In the long run, the deal could be bad news for U.S. wireless pricing and competition, but good news for the U.S. broadband market.
If one is long the stock, it's time for a victory lap for hanging on for so long.
A federal judge rules in favor of Sprint's merger with T-Mobile US and sends Sprint's stock climbing, but it will take time to see where it settles out.
We can't know exactly how the China-U.S. trade talks or our political battles will play out, but we can see the big ideas that will likely push companies higher.
Some news on the long festering merger between T-Mobile USA and Sprint -- the transaction has received its third "yes" vote at the FCC and that puts the matter into motion for a formal review as soon as next week. My take on the T-Mobile-Sprint merg...
The Wall Street Journal is running an article that showcases how AT&T's new activist investor - Elliot Management Corp. - wants the company to be more like Verizon and focus on building out its 5G network and cut costs. While I agree with Elliot tha...
Shares of the cell tower REIT could use some time to digest their gains in 2019.
Here we go folks, a sampling of this morning's upgrades, downgrades and initiations. I'll be back with some thought on these after I get another cup of my morning fuel (coffee). Upgrades Sprint by UBS from Neutral to Buy with a $10 price target Res...
Another strong day from U.S. equities. Of course one might not know by looking at the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as the blue-chip index only realized a gain of 0.2%. Dow Inc. and 3M Co. weighed on performance. It was yet again, the Russell 2000 (...
It's being reported that next week we could see some forward progress on the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile that would make the combined entity the third largest player in the domestic mobile service market. Let's remember, though, that it's...
These names offer a high degree of safety and income in an uncertain market, and should get a boost from the Fed's dovish stance on interest rates.
Should a T-Mobile/Sprint deal be cleared in return for asset sales, there could be major long-term implications for both wireless and home broadband competition.
The endless rally needs fuel, and without it, you end up with what you got Tuesday, a soggy session that was hit from the cloud, Beyond Meat's chill, and big merger uncertainties.
If it's willing to make the large investments needed, Jeff Bezos' firm could use a wireless network to not only strengthen Prime, but also its ad business and AWS.
There are ways to invest in the basket of companies that have increased their dividends for years on end that go beyond ETFs; here are a couple of them.
Is the temporary license granted for U.S. exports to Huawei part of the ongoing attempt to reach a trade deal -- or is it early stages of what might end up as a protracted cold war?
If you can survive this hell week you can pretty much survive anything.
The tech giant showed off new Google Search and Assistant features at its annual developer conference, as well as cheaper Pixel phones and a new smart display.
China reported positive data, bolstering markets. Netflix had a beat on earnings, but faces fierce competition ahead. CSX is a thing of beauty.
The Snapchat parent's stock is up strongly following a Q4 beat. However, user growth remained elusive and cash burn continued.
The firm forecasts growth in revenue of 3.3% in the year through March 2019, and a 9.7% increase in operating profit.
In a bear market the same pieces of news, perhaps weaker sales or perhaps tariffs, keep taking it down.
Infrastructure and health care are likely to be in the political spotlight.