Category: Investing

Instagram e-commerce feature a $10 billion opportunity

Facebook added a feature to make its Instagram platform a more efficient place for social media users to shop and buy, which Deutsche Bank believes “can drive...

Democrats are seeking higher taxes on capital gains

John Delaney understands investing. Before entering politics, he made a fortune by founding finance companies that raised $20 billion in capital for businesses. Which...

Cramer Remix: Apple could decline, no matter what new products it announces on Monday

Jim Cramer explains why the Apple bears could come out of hibernation after its big announcement on Monday Source link

Tesla shares are about to take a turn for the worse: Piper Jaffray

Tesla shares have taken a wrong turn. The stock has tumbled more than 17 percent this year with losses accelerating last week following a mediocre reception to its Model...

These two sectors just quietly set records

Two of the sectors that get the least attention are getting a lot of investor love. Utilities and REITs, which are outperforming the broader market during the past week,...

Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank CEOs reportedly resume talks over potential merger

Kai Pfaffenbach | Reuters Banners of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are pictured in front of the German share price index, DAX board, at the stock exchange in Frankfurt,...

Cramer Remix: This stock was left for dead

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday said Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has caught his attention as a top performer with strong guidance in 2019. The “Mad...

I like Foot Locker, but stay out the malls

Deutsche Bank: “You need a recovery in Europe. I was over in Europe last week, I’ve gotta tell you you’re not going to see that as long as China is not...

US momentum can hold the cycle for a ‘few more quarters’

The market has been rising since it hit “rock bottom” in December and there’s enough momentum in the United States economy alone to carry the cycle as...

Cramer Remix: This single statement by Nvidia speaks volumes

Jim Cramer seconds Nvidia's call for more computing and explains why investors have reason to believe in the stock's bottom. Source link