Gundlach Sees a 25% Upside in Bitcoin, Still Advises to Get Out

Jeffrey Gundlach correctly called Bitcoin's (BTC) crash after the cryptocurrency's peak in December 2017.

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Jeffrey Gundlach: How to Survive the Market Zigzags in 2019

Jeffrey Gundlach expects 2019 to continue to be a volatile year. The last quarter of 2018 was quite volatile after a prolonged calm in the markets.

Walmart Has Looked Strong after Buffett’s Exit

While General Electric and IBM have fallen from the levels when Buffett exited his stake, Walmart is actually higher.

Rumors: NVIDIA Plans Turing-Based GTX GPU without Ray Tracing

NVIDIA (NVDA) CEO Jensen Huang stated that almost the entire Pascal GPU inventory has been sold off.

Why Overstock Rose 16.3% in the Last Trading Session

On January 25, Overstock (OSTK) stock rose 16.3%. The company announced that the secondary market went live for tZERO security tokens.

How are Bitcoins Created

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GPU Headwinds to Impact AMD’s Q1 Computing and Graphics Revenue

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has been the talk of the town since the start of the year.

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PayPal to Benefit from Bitcoin without Handling It

PayPal has (PYPL) has mostly given cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin a wide berth, unlike its competitor Square (SQ).

A Closer Look at Square’s Marketing Spending

In the third quarter of 2018, Square spent 15.4% of its revenue on product development and 13.2% on sales and marketing activities.

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Tencent to Share its Technologies with Hong Kong STP

Tencent's agreement with Hong Kong STP On January 29, Chinese technology (QQQ) major Tencent Holdings (TCEHY) signed a memorandum of understanding with HKSTP (Hong Kong Science and...

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Why Are Analysts Positive on NVIDIA despite Its Disappointing Q4?

Despite NVIDIA's (NVDA) fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter underperformance, 26 out of the 38 analysts covering it have recommended "buys" on its stock.

Why Is NVIDIA’s Gross Margin Contracting?

In the fourth quarter, NVIDIA reported a gross margin of 56%, down 610 basis points from the previous year's 62.1%.

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A Closer Look at Square’s Marketing Spending

In the third quarter of 2018, Square spent 15.4% of its revenue on product development and 13.2% on sales and marketing activities.

AMD Could Take Some Time to Recover from Its Technical Weakness

AMD, NVIDIA, and Intel saw their stocks rise 4.8%, 6.6%, and 3.1%, respectively, in the first ten days of January 2019.

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Can Square Secure Bank Licensing This Time Around?

Square (SQ) is again seeking bank licensing. The company is interested in operating an industrial bank, which would allow it to expand its operations targeted at businesses.

Will NVIDIA’s Revenue Growth Continue to Slow in 2020?

NVIDIA (NVDA) reported better-than-expected revenue of $2.21 billion in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2019 after the market bell on February 14.

GPU Headwinds to Impact AMD’s Q1 Computing and Graphics Revenue

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Despite NVIDIA's (NVDA) fiscal 2019 fourth-quarter underperformance, 26 out of the 38 analysts covering it have recommended "buys" on its stock.

Could AMD’s Fourth-Quarter Earnings Disappoint Investors?

This year started off strongly for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock, which rose 8% in the first 11 days of January.

Cloud Services Could Boost Global IT Spending

Sentiment toward technology stocks has soured, causing the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite to fall ~13% since October.

Why NVIDIA’s Revised Q4 2019 Guidance Shocked Investors

NVIDIA (NVDA) lowered its revenue guidance for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2019 by $500 million to $2.2 billion from $2.7 billion.

How Should Investors Interpret AMD’s Price Ratios?

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) emerged from years of losses to profits and is now on track to achieve its long-term financial target in 2019 by expanding in the high-margin server processor market.

IBM’s Cognitive Solutions Segment Grew in Q4

IBM's Cognitive Solutions segment's revenues were flat YoY in the fourth quarter. On a currency adjusted basis, the segment's revenues grew 2%.