Kyndryl, the gigantic provider of managed IT services, might see only a modest valuation after its spinoff from IBM is completed next week.
Futures rose with omicron Covid variant news in focus after Friday's sell-off. Tesla rival Li Auto is on tap. Here's what to do.
The newly emerged omicron coronavirus variant sent shockwaves through U.S. stock markets last Friday. Omicron has the world on edge because of its unique combination of mutations that might significantly reduce the effectiveness of first-generation COVID-19 vaccines. While there simply isn't enough data to draw any firm conclusions about the seriousness of the omicron variant yet, politicians across the world were quick to react by imposing travel bans and restrictions on several African nations over the weekend.
The fast-spreading strain of coronavirus roiled markets on Black Friday, raising concerns about how the economy and Wall Street may perform next week.
The technology powering virtual reality (VR) experiences has significantly improved in recent years. This technology is powering real-world applications like virtual walkthroughs of buildings and products still on the drawing board, or collaborations with colleagues in a virtual meeting room. Facebook has made a big splash into this new "metaverse" by changing its name to Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: FB), but that's not the only way to play this trend as an investor.
The global semiconductor shortage is wreaking havoc on Big Tech and the automotive industry, but chipmakers are raking in the dough
The prediction is actually less wild than the one she made for Tesla — and that came true.
The wealthiest dynasties have seen many bitter battles over power and inheritance.
The company’s artificial intelligence platform, known as Watson, went on Jeopardy! “I, for one, welcome our new computer overlords,” Jennings, who once won 74 Jeopardy! The stunt turned Watson into a household name, and raised expectations for the societal and financial impact of IBM’s AI business.
Although it's been a dud of a performer in 2021, telehealth platform Teladoc Health (NYSE: TDOC) is a holding I fully expect to deliver 10X (or greater) returns by the time I'm ready to enjoy retirement. While some folks would opine that Teladoc was lucky to be in the right place at the right time when the pandemic struck, I'd contend that they're not looking at the bigger picture. For instance, in the six years leading up to the pandemic, Teladoc's average annual sales grew by 74%.
These stocks could still provide amazing returns for the next decade, despite their already-impressive growth.
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Electric vehicle sales are skyrocketing, and companies that produce charging infrastructure are scrambling to meet the soaring demand
Generation Investment Management, chaired by former Vice President Al Gore, doubled down on Intel stock and bought more Alibaba shares in the third quarter. It also halved its position in Texas Instruments.
Here’s some really good news: More Americans have a cool $1 million or more in their retirement accounts than ever before. The Boston-based investment giant says the number of 401(k) accounts with seven-figure balances swelled 84% in the 12 months ended June 30 to 412,000, while the number of seven-figure IRAs jumped more than 64% to 341,600.
A tougher macroeconomic environment heading into 2022 seems to have investors spooked about growth stocks.
Shares of sports-betting company DraftKings have slipped to 52-week lows, and three directors recently bought $2.6 million of shares.
U.S. stock futures rose late Sunday, following a steep selloff Friday sparked by fears of the global economic impact of a worrisome new strain of COVID-19.
The S&P 500 is still up almost 5% over the past seven weeks. That’s one reason a small dip isn’t concerning some strategists—yet.
These two companies possess strong franchises and are latching on to sustainable trends to grow their business.
Bank of America Corporation ( NYSE:BAC ) is about to trade ex-dividend in the next 4 days. Typically, the ex-dividend...