Watch that money-flow. Ignore the short-term price swings.
BTW...I'm think of doubling that on Monday.
Because it's Cramer top pick in the sector. Cramer was pumping QCOM instead of Apple, but as you can see,
QCOM taking a good beating today. And Apple just keeps marching higher.
I like BABA, but think VIPS is the better choice. They do not sell counterfeit goods and their offers
and customers are increasing at a nice rate. For that reason, the government is not cracking down on them.
What are they suppose to do to show their interest? Issue a press release that says, " we are pondering buying Twitter?"
Guidance is to spend a lot more money to achieve growth rate like FEYE.
I predict FireEye will do much better on earnings. After all, they've focused on quality and high growth from day one.Checkpoint is up over 2% on earnings, but I think some of that increase has to do with share buybacks.
Because they do their analysis based on hard numbers -- not emotion or bias, the kind of
analysis that Cramer regularly offers.
Dummies sell in after-hours. FB is already up signifcantly from the low.
And they had a blowout quarter and raised guidance. This bodes extremely well for Twitter.
Up over 5%, much better than Facebook's astonishing quarter.
Heard on CNBC: "Small-caps are less exposed to currency volatility than larger multinational large-caps," Eric Marshall, co-portfolio manager of the Morningstar five-star rated Hodges Small-Cap Fund told CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Wednesday. One of Marshall's top picks is network security solutions provider Fortinet.
The company "has very good long-term secular growth regardless of what is going on in other facets of the economy," Marshall said.