Stocks to buy

It’s important not to confuse Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) with Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). The seemingly unstoppable tech darling reported disappointing second quarter numbers, stock dropped roughly 10% and brought the other FANG companies with them. As of this writing, Amazon stock is down just under a percent. But here’s the thing: besides being lumped into the same acronym and both
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In mid-June, Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) was making new all-time highs above $210 as investors were focused on the company’s hyper-growth prospects through the booming Southeast Asian consumer markets. But then escalating trade tensions stung the stock. Investors stopped focusing on big growth in under-penetrated Southeast Asia. Instead, they focused on what tariffs could mean for BABA
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Shares of Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) sunk on Monday following a Friday report from The Washington Post that the social media company had suspended millions of accounts. Yet, Twitter quickly assured people that most of the removed accounts aren’t included in its metrics. Source: Shutterstock Plus J.P. Morgan (NYSE:JPM) thinks yesterday’s slip represents a solid buying opportunity. And that’s just the
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U.S. equities are driving higher on Monday as we enter the heart of the second-quarter earnings season, refusing to give into the selling pressure affecting foreign markets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has climbed back up over the 25,000 level. As such, sentiment is off the charts, with investors bulled up over earnings. As a
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Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) stock has gone nowhere since its last disappointing earnings report in May, but in a rising market, hope springs eternal. The shares have yet to recover from a dour forecast and light services revenue. But analysts are now pounding the table for a new concept, unified communications, where Cisco is expected to
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Warren Buffett’s grandson Howard is a Columbia University professor. He’s also a big believer in businesses creating social value by collaborating rather than competing with each other. Socially responsible investments, suggests the younger Buffett, are the way of the future. “Truly, business interests and societal interests can be one and the same,” Howard Buffett wrote
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Esports is going mainstream. And its path toward mainstream distribution goes through Disney (NYSE:DIS). Disney and Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) signed an exclusive multi-year broadcasting deal that brings Activision’s ultra-popular Overwatch League to Disney’s suite of broadcasting networks, including ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 and Disney XD. Specifically, the deal gives Disney exclusive broadcasting rights for the Overwatch League
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