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Beware these risky tech stocks in your portfolio, strategist Parker warns

As investors cycle back into growth stocks, one market strategist warns against certain technology names he believes are high risk. Growth stocks are shares of companies expected to grow at a faster rate than the rest of the market. However, these names are typically riskier and more volatile than the average stock.
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Apple, Amazon Stocks Outshine S&P 500 In Action-Packed Week

Apple (AAPL) - Get Report and Amazon (AMZN) - Get Report shares had a solid week, one that was dominated by chatter around monetary policy. The Cupertino company finished the Friday trading session above $130, higher by 2% in the past five days. The Seattle-based company, on the other hand, gained 4%, now trading at $3,487. The S&P 500 was down 2%.

Jim Cramer Lauds Jay Powell - ‘The People’s Fed Chief’

I know lately to some I've been sounding a little bit like a Marxist and not just because I took seven classes of Marxism while I studied political science in college or because I have called for a tiny surtax on the hidden income of billionaires who are otherwise paying no taxes when most of us just have it come right out of our paychecks before we get it.
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PayPal, Microsoft Among 5 Long-Term Leaders You Can Buy Now

PayPal (PYPL), Microsoft (MSFT), Google-parent Alphabet (GOOGL), Entegris (ENTG) and Pool Corp. (POOL) are your stocks to watch this week. What connects these five stocks? All five are IBD Long-Term Leaders. PayPal stock is in range of an early buy point, while the other four are close to breaking out. But they're also hovering near their 50-day lines.

Lone Pine Swipes Stake In Marqeta As Company Hits The Market

The fintech company went public earlier this month. The company's revenue more than doubled in 2020. Lone Pine Capital, the hedge fund founded by Steve Mandel (Trades, Portfolio) in 1997, revealed a stake in Marqeta Inc. (MQ, Financial) earlier this week. The Greenwich, Connecticut-based firm picks stocks using a long-short...

Why Jim Cramer Picked FAANG and Stands Behind It

The Nasdaq toyed with all-time highs premarket before giving in to the broader selloff Friday as investors increasingly shifted from industrial and value names back into high-growth tech stocks. In a recent column on Real Money, Jim Cramer noted that for right or wrong, the latest FOMC rates decision and...

Momentum Is Cool for Now, but This New ETF Could Be Heating Up

High beta and value stocks are outperforming the S&P 500 this year while momentum names are being left behind. For patient investors, that scenario could prove inviting when it comes to evaluating the newly minted Proshares Nasdaq-100 Dorsey Wright Momentum ETF (QQQA). QQQA debuted last month as the first factor-driven spin on the widely followed Nasdaq-100 Index (NDX).

Buy Tech, But Not the Big Boys, and Use Private Equity, UBS Says

Tech stocks are regaining a bit of the old momentum, with a 7.6% bounce off their most recent slump, since early May. But UBS cautions investors not to be sucked back into these shares. It’s better, the bank advised, to invest in tech through private equity (PE), which means not...

Dow falls 1% after Fed’s Bullard statements

Jun 18 (.) – The Dow Jones fell 1% on Friday after a senior Federal Reserve official said inflation was stronger than they had anticipated and that the central bank would take several meetings to decipher. how to reduce your massive bond purchases. * The Dow and the benchmark S&P...
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Unrivaled Digital Shift Fanning The Flames For Hot Covid Stocks

As Covid-19 pushed half the world into lockdown last year, the sudden shift to working from home brought dramatic changes in how businesses run and consumers live. But a massive new digital wave may be on the way for tech stocks. Clampdowns on business and social activities are finally lifting....
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Dow Jones Dives 400 Points As Stocks Sell Off, Breaks Key Support For First Time In Months

Stocks were lower across the board Friday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled nearly 400 points and fell below a key weekly support line. The Dow Jones industrials sank 1.2%, the S&P 500 shed nearly 0.9% and the Nasdaq fell 0.6% in the stock market today. Small caps tracked by the Russell 2000 lost 1.3%. Volume was higher on both major exchanges vs. the same time Thursday.