The allure of the largest U.S. technology companies is understandable given significant returns last year, but their sheer size is the reason for their eventual downfall and long-term stock underperformance, according to Rob Arnott, founder of Research Affiliates.
Google parent Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG) reports first-quarter earnings after the closing bell on Monday, Apr. 23.
Monday’s release will look a little different than previous ones as a result of GOOGL’s recently announced changes to how it’ll report. Those changes include moving Nest, its division that produces smart home appliances, from the “Other....More>>>
With the IPO of Dropbox (DBX) last week, Box (BOX) saw an initial dip due to competitive fears and probably some traders using the stock as a source of funds for the hot new stock. Despite competitive threats, the fears appear unnecessary as the market isn’t applying the same logic to Box as the hot IPO.
March 27, 2018: Markets opened higher again Tuesday but none of the major indexes could hold onto the gains. The Conference Board reported a slight dip in consumer confidence this morning and that may have taken some of the steam out of investors who pushed stocks sharply higher Monday. Tech stocks were hit particularly hard in Tuesday’s trading.
On Monday, our Elite Opportunity Pronewsletter once again suggested small cap communications and networking stock Sierra Wireless, Inc (NASDAQ: SWIR) as a long idea in part due to its Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) devices solutions:
The bottom line is when it comes to M2M, as it relates to IoT, along with robotics, which Google has now become a clear leader....More>>>
The NASDAQ Composite keeps on going from strength to strength. Recently, we saw the big three — Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL), and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) — report very strong earnings, which resulted in strong spikes in their respective share prices. Over time, this should only add to the returns of the NASDAQ going forward. Why? Because it looks as if the sustained....More>>>
When 3G and Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) got together to merge Kraft with Heinz to form Kraft Heinz (KHC), they argued that they could cut expenses to create a more efficient business. But if today’s earnings–which appeared, at least on the surface, to be pretty good–demonstrated anything, it’s that Kraft Heinz might be running out of synergies to juice....More>>>
Expectations are low for HCM software vendor Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ:CSOD). After having missed two earnings in the past twelve months (3Q16 and 2Q17), investors aren’t expecting great things from a company whose growth has decelerated to 10% in the most recent quarter.
At some point in every cloud company’s life, the growth engine will begin to slow down –....More>>>
When buying a home, the most important numbers for mortgage lenders are the buyer’s credit score and the buyer’s debt-to-income ratio. The first is a summary of how the buyer has been managing debt and the second indicates whether the lender can reasonably expect the borrower to be
Enbridge Energy, Limited Partnership (NYSE:EEP) had its target price lowered by Barclays from $16.00 to $11.00 in a research report sent to investors on Tuesday morning, Marketbeat reports. The brokerage currently has an equal weight rating on the pipeline company’s stock.