Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) stock perked up in early August after the social-media platform’s CFO, Ned Segal, talked up the company’s potential subscription service. Segal’s statement came only weeks after CEO Jack Dorsey said on a conference call with analysts that we will likely see “some [subscription] tests this year.” Source: Worawee Meepian / Shutterstock.com Naturally, investors
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I’ll admit it. As far as stocks go, Wayfair (NYSE:W) is not one of my favorites. DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU), on the other hand, has the makings of a 10-bagger. That’s why I recently included DocuSign stock amongst a group of 7 Hot Stocks to Stay Hot for Years to Come.     Source: David Tran Photo /
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Keith Cunningham from South Carolina shops for Walt Disney apparel at the Bargain World gift shop located near Walt Disney World where its conducting a phased reopening from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, July 11, 2020. Octavio Jones | Reuters Retail sales rose to a record level in July, recovering what
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Technicians work on machinery at the Applied Materials facility in Santa Clara, California. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Applied Materials — Shares of Applied Materials rose 1.2% in after-hours trading on the back of fiscal third-quarter results that beat analyst expectations. The
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There’s been one relatively consistent rule in the market over the past few years. Winning stocks generally have stayed stocks to buy, while losing stocks have stayed stocks to sell. That trend is part of a “growth versus value” split in which high-growth, high-priced stocks have significantly outperformed the rest of the market. There have
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With the difficulties new college graduates face repaying student loan debt–now a cumulative $1.5 trillion in the United States–many are questioning whether the cost of higher education is worth the potential reward of higher income. After all, two of the richest men in America, Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, do not hold college degrees. While
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Investors who are not too risk-averse and looking to bet on electric trucks should buy a small amount of Ayro (NASDAQ:AYRO) stock. Source: Alexandru Nika / Shutterstock.com That’s because the electric-truck maker has found a niche in which it can be successful, and it has already recruited a great partner. And importantly, at this point,
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer  is worried President Donald Trump‘s administration will keep applying pressure to China into the election, creating a headwind for the market.  “I think that the president is keeping the heat on. I expect more negatives about China,” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” Cramer’s remarks Thursday come as the relationship between
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