It’s been a long year for Twitter Inc TWTR 1.73% shareholders, and the stock has started off 2016 by plummeting to new all-time lows. Unfortunately, Global Equities Research’s Trip Chowdhry predicts that the worst is not over for the battered social media giant.
In a new report, Nomura analyst Steven Chubak suggested two potential financial pair trades for investors who want to hedge against market weakness in 2016.
Shareholders of Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd (NASDAQ: MPEL) have had a bumpy ride over the past couple of years, but a recent call by Atlanta hedge fund Pareto Capital Management suggests that things could get a lot worse from here. In fact, analyst Stanley Wang explained his prediction that MPEL’s stock is headed below $1…
There’s no question that the last two years have been horrible for shareholders of Wynn Resorts, Limited (WYNN). At this point, the stock is down more than 75% from its all-time highs in early 2014.
More than 20 years into the global Internet revolution, the explosive growth of the World Wide Web is showing no signs of slowing down. Leaders in Internet technology are constantly finding innovative ways to disrupt the business world with new digital services. And while high-speed Internet connectivity may be old news to Americans, the Internet…
In a new report, Morgan Stanley analyst Ellen Zentner discussed the chances that the United States is on the verge of a recession. According to Zentner, market fears that a recession is imminent might be overblown.
Starbucks Corporation SBUX 2.47% is down 1.0 percent this week after the company reported mostly in-line earnings but gave relatively weak 2016 guidance. Here’s a look at what several top firms have to say about the stock now.
American Express Company AXP 0.07% stock was down more than 10 percent in early Friday trading after the company reported Q4 EPS that beat consensus expectations, but revenue that fell well short of what the market was looking for. Does the market have this one wrong, or does American Express deserve the punishment? Here’s what…
International Business Machines Corp. IBM 0.34% shares are down more than 80 percent this week after reporting a slight Q4 EPS beat on a modest Q4 revenue miss.
In a new report, Deutsche Bank analyst Rod Lache explains why he believes the market is much too bearish on Mobileye NV MBLY 5.39%. According to Lache, active safety, autonomous technology and Mobileye have strong momentum heading into 2016.