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This recent IPO isn't getting the attention it deserves from investors, but that may not last forever.
He also predicts a ‘more significant pullback’ if this one thing happens.
Zuckerberg's chilling message to Meta Platforms Inc. employees: The company faces one of the "worst downturns that we've seen in recent history" that will necessitate a scaling back in hires and resources.
Don't feed the bear market, prepare for the next bull run. Tesla deliveries fell sharply in Q2 with BYD on tap.
Kate Hudson's snap garnered plenty of positive reactions from stars including Selma Blair and Janelle Monae
Tesla released its Q2 production and delivery figures, which came roughly inline with street estimates. Tesla produced 258,580 vehicles and delivered 254,695 vehicles in Q2. Deliveries, which the industry looks at closely as a proxy for sales, were expected to be in the 250K range, after estimates had been knocked down by Wall Street analysts over the past few weeks over concerns from COVID shutdowns in China.
Schiff publicly predicted the great financial crash of 2008. Will he be right again?
In this article, we discuss 10 best bargain stocks to buy right now. If you want to see more stocks in this selection, click 5 Best Bargain Stocks To Buy Right Now. Oaktree Capital’s co-founder and hedge fund manager, Howard Marks, announced on June 26 that the market is hot to invest in “bargains” amid […]
Investors are likely getting out their hamburger buns—and putting away their stock trading apps—on Monday for Independence Day.
Over $300,000 was raised for a Burger King employee who never missed work in 27 years and got a backpack, movie ticket, and Starbucks cup as a gift.
NIO Inc. ( NYSE:NIO ) shareholders might be concerned after seeing the share price drop 11% in the last week. But that...
Tesla stock vs. BYD stock: Tesla deliveries fell sharply in Q2 while BYD sales boomed, seizing the EV crown. BYD stock is in a buy zone.
Bitcoin might have cemented its status as “digital gold,” but one other widely touted purpose has yet to properly play out. The daddy of crypto is supposed to be a hedge against inflation but recent times have shown that soaring inflation has not provided a tailwind. In fact, Bitcoin's performance has followed the lead of the equity market, and mirroring the wide downturn in 2022, bitcoin’s price has tumbled over 70% since peaking last November. That said, the “death of bitcoin” has been announc
An estimated 6.1% of homes for sale during the four weeks leading to June 19.
Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) posted its third-quarter earnings report on June 30. Micron's growth rates were stable, but its guidance was grim. For the fourth quarter, it expects its revenue to decline 13% year over year and its adjusted earnings per share (EPS) to tumble 33%.
Amazon and Kohl's already work together and the online retailer could use the department store to grow its clothing brands.
The Biden administration may trim mortgage costs for new and low-income homebuyers in a move to make homebuying more accessible.
'Minions: The Rise of Gru' brought in an estimated $108.5 million in ticket sales this weekend, Comcast's Universal Pictures says.
The stock market has gotten off to a brutal start in the first half of 2022. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite index has slid a staggering 29% during that stretch. With a decline of roughly 7% this year, Berkshire Hathaway stock has held up significantly better than the market at large, but Warren Buffett's company has stocks in its portfolio that have recorded dramatic losses amid current market pressures.
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