Alphabet (GOOGL) doesn't seem like your typical growth stock, considering it opened at $1,030.99 this morning (Oct. 27, 2017). But Wall Street is overlooking the explosive potential our tech guru sees…
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Since Under Armour (UAA) is down over 75% from its highs, this stock has attracted many bargain hunters at Seeking Alpha who've been trying to determine if it's worth jumping into. This is my 15th Under Armour article and I've not once recommended the stock (and I still don't). There have been ~
As Wall Street celebrates the eighth anniversary of the cyclical bull market on Thursday, two things stand out: a knock in oil prices amid a supply glut and high levels of pessimism that appear at odds with near-record levels of stock-market indexes.
Just when traders became comfortable, a jump in U.S. crude supplies knocked oil prices ....More>>>
Small cap fitnessdevice stockFitbit Inc (NYSE: FIT) reportedQ2 2017 earnings after the market closed Wednesday ascompetition in the fitness device and wearables market meansthe Company still has elevated short interest of 27.86% according to Highshortinterest.com. Revenue was $353.3 million versus $586.5 million (the third straight quarterly decline) asUS revenue contracted 55% to $199....More>>>
March has brought madness to airline stocks, including United Continental Holdings (UAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL), and American Airlines (AAL). But the recent pullbacks aren’t a buying opportunity, say Imperial Michael Derchin and Adam Hackel.
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I recommended United Continental on Nov. 19, the week that Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway....More>>>
The stock market has spent much of the early summer months “melting higher” as investors have been hesitant to push their cash into a market that refuses to budge from all-time highs. Of course, we know there are always quality stocks to buy out there, regardless of what the market is doing.
Breakout stocks, comeback stocks, you name it....More>>>
I think growth stocks, which really haven’t done too much since mid-2014, could get a spark in 2017 as economic growth accelerates, suggests Mike Cintolo, Cabot Top Ten Trader.
My Top Pick for growth investors in 2017 is Arista Networks (ANET), which in many ways looks like the next Cisco (CSCO) — the company was built from the ground up to deal with the realities of the new....More>>>
None of us like to make mistakes, even though theyre frequently part of the learning process. Still, if you could avoid making mistakes, especially with your money, youd probably prefer to do so rather than wasting your hard-earned dollars on bad decision making.
If thats you, take heed. Heres your chance to learn from others and avoid their mistakes.
After the market closed yesterday, small cap camera stock and new media companyGoPro Inc (NASDAQ: GPRO) surprised investorsby reporting higher first quartersales than expected and a smaller-than-expected quarterly lossas a cost-cutting plan starts to stem declines. Revenue rose 19.1%, its second straight quarterly rise, to $218.6 million while the net loss widened to $111.2 million in the....More>>>
Walt Disney Will Survive, The ESPN Problem is Overblown
Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) stock has been one of the more notable laggards this year, trailing the Consumer Discret Sel Sect SPDR ETF (NYSEMKT:XLY) and the broader market by a wide margin of more than 10-percentage points. DIS stock has a YTD return of -4.87% compared to a gain of 5.33% by XLY and 7.87% by the S&P 500, respectively.....More>>>
The words family and budget are not often seen together. As parents, you may have questions about how much you should get your children involved in family finances. I feel strongly about using your home as an incubator for real
According to Collectors Universe's (NASDAQ:CLCT) companys description, We provide authentication and grading services to dealers and collectors of coins, trading cards, event tickets, autographs and historical and sports memorabilia (collectibles). We believe that our authent
The biggest online platforms have unveiled their latest attempt to fight fake news.
Facebook (FB, Tech30), Google (GOOGL, Tech30) and Twitter (TWTR, Tech30) said Thursday they have committed to using new "trust indicators" to help users better vet the reliability of the publications and journal