|Bid||1,036.15 x 200|
|Ask||1,037.64 x 200|
|Day's Range||1,032.52 - 1,042.05|
|52 Week Range||770.41 - 1,062.38|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.66|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,100.86|
The heavyweight bout between Alphabet Inc.-owned Google and Amazon.com Inc. shot into public view this week, as Google pulled its YouTube streaming service from some Amazon devices, but that isn’t the ...
Donald Trump’s election as president in 2016 turned a bull with a midlife crisis into a high-powered charger, as investors cheered the Republicans’ pro-growth agenda and bid up anything that might benefit. The S&P 500 could gain about 7%, mirroring similar gains in corporate profits, according to the consensus forecast of 10 investment strategists at major U.S. investment banks and money-management firms surveyed by Barron’s each December. The outlook isn’t entirely rosy: Interest rates are headed higher, stocks are expensive, and a tax overhaul could still stall or fail.
It had all the makings of a long-overdue coming-out party for augmented reality. In June, Apple (AAPL) unfurled a new technology, called ARKit, for its developers to create AR apps for hundreds of millions of Apple’s mobile devices. “Simply put, we believe augmented reality is going to change the way we use technology forever,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call last month.
As a result, we have leaned toward winners that still have plenty of room to rise in picking Barron’s 10 favorite stocks for 2018. The other six companies are Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD), Applied Materials (AMAT), Enterprise Products Partners (EPD), Ally Financial (ALLY), Anthem (ANTM), and US Foods Holding (USFD). Alphabet offers one of the best combinations of growth and valuation among megacap companies.
Without a doubt, investors are eagerly awaiting an Uber IPO. Thanks to its structure--a unique combination of transportation company, mobile Internet company, and real-world engineering--the company has been touted as one of the best future market debuts. But can it live up to the hype?
Google is reportedly picking a fight with Apple, Pandora and Spotify with a new music streaming service right after squaring off with Amazon.
Microsoft and Google are among companies that have privately contacted Qualcomm to express their concerns about a potential sale to Broadcom
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While Alphabet’s (GOOG) Google and social-media giant Facebook (FB) currently hog most of the US digital ad revenues, this situation could change soon.
The new MarketWatch Corporate Tax Calculator shows tax rates for all S&P 500 companies and sectors.
The Blue Oval shared more details about its plan for a new vehicle, and business, enabled by self-driving technology.
The members of FANG—Facebook (FB), Amazon.com (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Alphabet (GOOGL)—often compete in the same markets, duking it out for the same corporations and consumers alike, and directly influencing the revenue of one another—for good or ill. Standout performers in 2017, each is expected to continue their rollicking rides in 2018 – particularly in streaming/content, e-commerce, online ad and cloud computing, GBH Insights analyst Daniel Ives concludes in a research report issued today. Despite potential risks on the regulatory landscape, corporate tax changes and technology segments, Ives is convinced underlying fundamentals, spending trends and the consumer/enterprise are “very healthy.” Gazing into his crystal ball, Ives maintains Highly Attractive ratings for each of the stocks into 2018.
As YouTube pulls its video service from Amazon's streaming devices, people are slamming them for hypocrisy because of their net neutrality stance
The FANG four are among the top-performing tech companies, with shares of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google showing double-digit growth,
In this week's wrap-up, protesters gather in front of Verizon stores to raise awareness of net neutrality's potential doom. Meanwhile, Google plays hardball with Amazon.