Of course, as Elon Musk is a finite resource, Twitter's loss is Tesla's gain.
The FOMC flat out tells us here that they are willing to damage the economy in order to get a handle on and tamp down consumer-level inflation.
Keep in mind that no matter how much a stock has fallen, it can always go lower, and it appears these four stocks could prove that point.
The first half of this year has been ugly. But we could have seen what would happen to Netflix, Tesla and Meta...
With a CEO change in the mix, shares hit, and a social media under watch, let's see whether PINS could move the needle.
In past years the Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio has performed pretty darn well versus the broad indexes; that isn't the case this year.
Poor market conditions and the uncertain status of Chinese tech listings cause the podcast market leader to put off its Hong Kong IPO.
Traders would do well to avoid Facebook's parent based on its broken chart.
The Swiss National Bank owns big chunks of this quartet of mega-cap companies and could unload a bunch of its holdings as it fights inflation.
Stabilization in the holdings of Cathie Wood's ARK Innovation ETF would be a positive in this trader's view.