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Jim Cramer has never been shy to use buzzers and bells to make the occasionally esoteric world of finance more interesting.
It's not something investors like to think about, but stock market crashes and corrections are a normal part of the investing cycle and the price long-term investors pay for admission to one of the world's greatest wealth creators. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite has entered correction territory, while the benchmark S&P 500 is contending with its worst slide in more than a year. While stock market corrections can be unnerving, they're also, historically, the perfect time to put money to work in the market -- especially if your average holding period is measured in years.
Caterpillar shares were lower even after the company reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter numbers on Friday. It managed to deal with supply-chain issues and inflation admirably, but investors don’t care about 2021 — they want to hear more about 2022. Caterpillar (ticker: CAT) shares fell about 1% in premarket trading.
Certainly you’ve been watching the stock market over the past few days. The recent stock market volatility, following years of up markets, is nevertheless the most widely forecast financial reversal in recent history. For them I offer a fundamental insight, one which can escape even seasoned investors.
Dow futures fell even as Apple rallied on earnings. The market reversed lower Thursday as Tesla plunged on its product roadmap.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk raised eyebrows on Wednesday during the electric vehicle maker's quarterly earnings call when he touted the development of the Optimus humanoid robot.
Stock futures traded mixed Friday morning as investors took in earnings results from some major tech companies at the end of another volatile week.
Shares of several big-name electric vehicle (EV) stocks were trading down at midday on Thursday, after category leader Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) gave weak guidance for 2022. Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID) was down about 9.3%. Nio (NYSE: NIO) was down about 4%.
Moor Insights & Strategy CEO Patrick Moorhead joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss Intel's fourth quarter earnings, the company's recent stock dip, and the impact of supply shortages.
Investors appear to be concerned about Pfizer's and BioNTech's head start in developing an omicron-specific vaccine.
CVX stock: Chevron earnings fell short of views though revenue topped, offering a first look into oil majors' Q4 results.
HOUSTON (Reuters) -Chevron Corp on Friday reported a fourth quarter profit that missed Wall Street estimates despite sharply higher oil and gas prices. The first of the major oil companies to report quarterly results posted adjusted earnings of $5.1 billion, or $2.65 a share, on profits from pumping oil that soared about five times the pandemic-depressed results of a year ago. Investors this week pushed Chevron shares to an all-time high on expectations high oil prices will continue to drive earnings.
Two ARK ETFs purchased a combined 33,482 shares of Tesla on Thursday, a day when the shares fell 11.6%.
The stock price decline comes despite Teradyne reporting better-than-expected fourth-quarter results. Here's what investors should know.
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Shares of Nvidia Corp. tops a list of tech shares that would be expected to bounce back strongly over the next month, according to an artificial-intelligence screening platform.
Apple beat analysts' expectations on strong performance from its iPhone and services segments.
"Dampening" reservations means analyst predictions of a return to profits this year could be all wet.