As Brexit, China trade and other big headlines continue, it's time to look at the fundamentals of Blackberry, Nike and others who report this week.
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Income investors are far better compensated in dividend stocks like this, as the S&P 500 Index on average yields less than 2%.
Since 1960, the week following the third Friday of September has produced the most negative results of any week of the entire year.
As cloud giants digest some of their past investments in hardware and chips, they're still investing heavily in growing their data center capacity. That's ultimately a positive for data center REITs and chip suppliers with cloud exposure.
Cathay parent Swire starts 'reverse vending machines' that reward plastic recycling.
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Roku could be the scariest name in trading for Halloween.
Trading volume has been shrinking from late June, and this is not the picture technical analysts like to see.
This market is ready for another bout of volatility as we head into October, a month notorious for its routs.
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Merck has had a very busy week -- and investment dollars have followed.
Flat markets tend to produce favorable technical setups, but this one may put us to sleep while we wait for further developments.
Beware of broad internet search trends for the iPhone 11.
Here's a rare chance to buy into a restaurant chain that's investing heavily for the future.
Our latest look at the charts and data of major stock indices.
Charts see upside potential for Brooklyn, N.Y., marketplace for craft supplies and vintage goods.
Many retailers take their shareholders on roller coaster rides these days, which is why queasy investors might do well to stay out of the names.
Beazer Homes USA, Taylor Morrison Home Corp. and Hooker Furniture is a trio to consider.
It doesn't pay to fight the trend in AAPL shares.
There appears to be more aggressive buying of the online travel giant's shares in recent months.
Plus, defense contractors remain stocks to own as geopolitical risk isn't going away.
A lack of movement in the market is making for very difficult trading.
Antipathy between the U.S. and Chinese governments doesn't extend to the Chinese people, who have stepped up their American buying just when you would expect a politically gendered collapse of demand.
This stock is currently overvalued, don't buy at what may be a 'should have sold' moment.
The leaders have faltered, leaving markets to spin their wheels.
This big oil giant pumps out big dividends.
What has been most notable about the market is the lack of movement despite several high-profile news events.
Stocks can go down too fast but that does not necessarily make them a buy.
I could list dozens of opportunities to buy high-quality stocks that are expensive. In each case it's easy to say what the Bernstein analyst said about Costco.