The question now is whether this latest flurry of news will benefit automakers, or is it time to park auto sector investments and look elsewhere?
Homebuyers are rushing to take advantage of easy money while they can. But as the easy money dries up, so too will demand.
Tesla plunged more than 5.5% after opinionated CEO Elon Musk’s conference call with analysts. That said, you should be buying Tesla for the long term.
There is a sense that the major semiconductor stocks are nearing a crucial tipping point. To confirm my suspicions, I turned to technical charts for three of them.
President Donald Trump has attacked Amazon from multiple angles: what it pays in state and local taxes, its U.S. Postal Service deal and antitrust allegations.
From work productivity to entertainment, from graphic design to database management, the world runs on American software.
All in all, everything looks rosy for the chips sector. There is one caveat, however, for investors in one extremely popular semiconductor name.
Solar energy is abundant, free and available practically everywhere. What’s more, global demand for solar energy and solar panel installations is surging.