For those overweight in tech heavy NASDAQ shares, Tuesday began, like Monday, as yet another adventure in investing Hell.
The ghostly reappearance Sunday of the beleaguered Parler site seemed a like that old image of Kilroy that popped up in unexpected places.
Monday market stats might be a bit skewed on this partial Federal holiday. Otherwise, it’s a Happy Columbus Day for the bulls.
President Trump is back in action, prodding Congress to come up with a stimulus bill prior to the start of his 4th term. Apple has news.
There was some, but not much, excitement among investors Tuesday, as Apple prepared to announce its new products, like a new Apple Watch.
US factory orders exceeded expectations in July, so we're watching stocks jump. In other key news, we learned that Nancy Pelosi broke the law.
Investors enjoyed a mostly robust August. But Monday's rejuggled Dow Jones Industrial average is confusing some investors.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ is up 0.52% Friday, mainly on the wings of Apple (trading symbol: (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN). Coronavirus bonus?
It’s another week and another likely wild ride on Wall Street for US stocks, as tech CEOs face Congress on censorship.
US stocks stumbled badly in a dubious celebration of May Day 2020. Is more market pain on tap for the first full week in the Merry Month of May?
Earlier this April, Apple unveiled its long-expected successor to the company's inexpensive, original iPhone SE: The all-new inexpensive iPhone SE.
The “Genius,” then spent another half an hour diagnosing the problem. Its a glitch in the update. Suggesting a new Apple iPhone 6?
Both Coke and United Technologies have been laggards. Their positive earnings kicked their share prices up 5.7 percent (Coke
Alphabet (GOOGL) is cutting Huawei off from its Google Android OS tech. It's the only smartphone OS the Chinese company currently uses. Tech stocks plunge.
The tech-heavy NASDAQ is getting clobbered in Tuesday trading action. The surprise villain in this Big Tech massacre is Google, aka Alphabet.
The reason for today’s jump in Apple shares is the company’s introduction of its new and improved iPad Air and iPad mini.
Wednesday's Fed remarks appeared to back off from the bank's previous “shock and awe” approach to interest rates. The Apple rally also helped drive markets.
Some traders and investors bet on the Super Bowl Indicator every year. While it isn’t a perfect market indicator, it’s worked somewhat more often than not.
Wednesday, Apple execs revealed the company’s latest iPhone and Apple Watch models in a live presentation held at the company’s state-of-the-art Steve Jobs Theater.
It’s that element of the Turkish crisis – the fast-declining Turkish lira – that’s got traders and investors spooked. And it’s not just occurring in U.S. and Turkish markets. The ongoing Turkish crisis is rattling markets all over the world.