The stock market’s start-of-year surge is fueling concerns among some chart-watchers about a looming pullback. The S&P 500 gained 2.7% in its first five days, marking its best start to the year in more than a decade. That’s been aided by …
Netflix wants to make its red-hot stock more affordable. It won't be quite as cheap as its monthly subscription, but Netflix shares will soon cost a lot less than $690. The streaming giant announced Tuesday that it's carrying out a seven-for …
Hot dog! Since CNNMoney first wrote about Nathan's Famous in 2006, the stock has soared 300%. It clearly cuts the mustard. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Paul R. La Monica. Other than Time Warner, …
Normally, when certain stock market sectors are flying high, it’s not a good idea to buy in. Tried and true investing wisdom generally holds that hot stocks probably won’t be hot for long. That’s because of the statistical principle of reversion to ...
The fate of the red-hot tech stocks dominating the US stock market could rest in the hands of the Federal Reserve. The so-called FAANG group — consisting of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google — has traded inversely to 10-year …
With the markets trading at near record levels, everyone is looking for stocks that have both performed well in recent months, and have the potential to build on their recent gains moving forward. Valuations are becoming a concern for …
Among the companies with shares expected to actively trade in Wednesday's session are Priceline.com Inc. (>> Priceline.com Inc), Dean Foods Co. (>> Dean Foods Company) and Ralph Lauren Corp (>> Ralph Lauren Corp). …
With a minimum market capitalization of $546 billion among them (Facebook), these stocks have a good chance of shaking up the market this week. Ahead of their earnings reports, here's a look at each company. Facebook did what it …
It's beginning to feel a lot like 1968. Back then, the economy was barreling along, nearing the end of what was to be the longest period without a recession in American history. Individual Americans had more of their money in stocks than …