Starbucks Corporation (Nasdaq: SBUX) stock has been on quite a run since its last earnings report in October. Expectations are high ahead of the coffee giant’s fiscal first quarter earnings report expected Jan, 25, but analysts say Starbucks will deliver solid numbers and even more upside for investors.
Tesla Inc (TSLA) shares traded higher on Tuesday after CEO Elon Musk tied his paycheck directly to the long-term performance of Tesla stock.
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) followed a 3 percent gain on Monday with another 1 percent gain Tuesday morning after the company reported a fourth-quarter revenue beat and said tax reform could add up to $4 billion to its operating cash flow this year.
Bitcoin investors are excited about the potential disruptive force that cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology be in the global payments industry. Unfortunately, that disruptive potential doesn’t necessarily make bitcoin a safe bet for long-term investors.
One of the biggest questions of 2018 for Amazon.com, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) and its investors is where the company will choose to locate its second headquarters. Last week, Amazon narrowed down its list of possible locations to just 20 cities, but GBH Insights head of technology research Daniel Ives says Atlanta is at the top of the list.
Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) may not need to outperform Home Depot (HD) to generate some impressive long-term gains for investors. On Monday, Bernstein upgraded Lowe’s stock from “underperform” to “outperform,” and analyst Brandon Fletcher says tax cuts, new activist board members and a strong home improvement market are a winning combination for Lowe’s.
Facebook, Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) is making efforts this year prevent manipulation of its platform by nation states, but the company says that it can’t guarantee that social media is not harmful to democracy.
If the preliminary earnings estimates Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) are any indication, Ford investors have very little to look forward to when the company officially reports its fourth-quarter earnings on Jan. 24.
Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) showed signs the struggling company may finally be getting on track in 2017, but not everyone is convinced the Twitter will find its way. As the company’s user growth continues to slow, monetizing that user base could become increasingly difficult.
After gaining yet another 18 percent in the opening weeks of 2018, it seems as if nothing can slow down Nvidia Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA). Despite the incredible run-up in recent years, a Bank of America analyst says there are still plenty of positive catalysts for Nvidia stock on the horizon.