Month: November 2019

Investors looking for stocks to buy ahead of third-quarter earnings season likely did well for themselves. U.S. equities have rallied nicely on the back of strong results, and there has been no shortage of earnings winners. Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) are among the widely-held names that rallied nicely after strong earnings reports. Big banks,
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Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) reported third-quarter numbers that missed estimates across the board, and Twitter stock tanked in late October. Source: Worawee Meepian / Shutterstock.com Revenues came in lower than expected, and revenue growth slowed dramatically quarter-over-quarter. Margins missed the mark, leading to a miss on profits, too. The guide came in much weaker than expected, especially
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U.S. stock futures are trading higher this morning as buyers take control for a holiday-shortened week. Ahead of the bell, futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average are up 0.23%  and S&P 500 futures are higher by 0.27%. Nasdaq Composite futures have added 0.4%. Source: Shutterstock In the options pits, calls outpaced puts by their
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Thursday is a day of deals, with a bevy of various mergers, acquisitions, closures and negotiations making their way around Wall Street. Unfortunately, a trade deal isn’t one of them, but that didn’t weigh on equities too much in the stock market today. Instead, most indices finished near flat in what was a choppy but
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Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) has been on the mend lately, rallying to new 2019 highs. The price action has been mixed since the company reported its earnings on Nov. 14. Initially, it looked like Nvidia stock was going to pull back after the results. It’s held up since then, though, and it’s got investors wondering what could
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Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) unveiled its pickup truck on Nov. 21 in Los Angeles. The newest car from the electric vehicle manufacturer could go a long way to Tesla stock finally hitting $400. Source: Hadrian / Shutterstock.com Is a third time the charm? I think so. Here’s why.  Ford and GM Running Scared The three major Detroit
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Despite the challenge of a mature smartphone market, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock continues to be on a tear in 2019. Apple stock closed down yesterday and is little changed today, but AAPL stock is still up a whopping 67% this year. Some analysts believe that Apple stock can still rise further. On Wednesday, Morgan Stanley set
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Cannabis stocks received a much needed bump this week on news that a congressional committee approved a bill to end federal marijuana prohibition – for the first time in history. “The vote was mostly symbolic and is just the first step toward full legalization,” says Jason Wilson, banking and cannabis expert at ETFMG Alternative Harvest
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