• Motley Fool

    Wall Street Can't Keep Up With This Surging E-Commerce Stock. Time to Buy?

    One e-commerce stock just blew through every Wall Street analyst target. The reasons behind Carvana's plunge were many. After telling investors that it would report adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) of at least $50 million in the second quarter, the stock surged 56% on Thursday, passing even the most bullish Wall Street target along the way.

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    NIO Inc. (NYSE:NIO) Q1 2023 Earnings Call Transcript

    NIO Inc. (NYSE:NIO) Q1 2023 Earnings Call Transcript June 9, 2023 NIO Inc. beats earnings expectations. Reported EPS is $-0.18, expectations were $-0.33. Operator: Hello, ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by, and welcome to the NIO Incorporated First Quarter 2023 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. […]

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    Tesla Stock: Headed to $300?

    Shares of electric-car maker Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) have been surging higher recently. Applauding Tesla's recent win with General Motors (NYSE: GM) to share its supercharging network with the larger automaker, Ives said the deal highlights the value in Tesla's overall electric vehicle ecosystem. Specifically, General Motors said that its vehicles will get access to Tesla's supercharger network starting this year.

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    Tesla Stock Is on a Historic Run. Will It Continue?

    In this week's video, I cover everything you need to know about news related to Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) during the week of June 5. Today's video will focus on Nio's first-quarter earnings, Tesla's sales numbers in Europe and China, and possible new factory locations.

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    Nvidia Stock: Time to Take Some Profits Off the Table?

    With graphics chip-maker Nvidia's (NASDAQ: NVDA) stock more than doubling year to date, has the stock gotten to the point that it is grossly overvalued? To gauge whether or not NVIDIA shareholders should take some profits off the table today, let's take a look at two things: the overall market and NVIDIA stock specifically. Signs of underlying froth in tech could pose a risk to Nvidia's stock price performance over the long haul.

  • Yahoo Finance

    Most investors don't want to know more about abortion risks that companies face

    Shareholders are voting down proposals demanding companies explain what risks they face now that women no longer have the constitutional right to an abortion.

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    Dow Jones Futures: Bullish Market Trend, But Fed Meeting Looms; Here's What To Do Right Now

    A broader market rally is a reason to be bullish long term, but the Fed meeting is one reason to be cautious now. Biogen jumped late Friday. Watch Tesla and Nvidia.

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    5 Brand-New Items at Dollar Tree That Cost Way More at Target

    Families in rural areas often struggle with finding affordable food. A recent study reported by GOBankingRates found that dollar stores have become the fastest growing retail segment for grocery...

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    12 Most Litigious Companies in America

    In this article, we take a look at the 12 most litigious companies in America. You can skip our detailed analysis of the corporate litigation dynamics in the US and go directly to the 5 Most Litigious Companies in America. Legal battles have become an expensive and often unavoidable part of the business world, where […]

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    10 Stocks That Could Be the Next Apple or Amazon

    It's no surprise that when companies dominate their industries, their stock prices tend to have long-term success. How To Buy ChatGPT Stock: Your 2023 Guide to AI InvestingMore: 3 Things You Must Do...

  • Bloomberg

    GameStop Needs Ryan Cohen More Than Ever to Maintain Meme Status

    (Bloomberg) -- GameStop Corp.’s revolving leadership door and an unclear strategy to compete in the video-game retail industry has puzzled Wall Street analysts. For its legions of retail traders, however, what matters most is Ryan Cohen.Most Read from BloombergJeff Bezos Has Gained $10 on Mystery Purchase of One Amazon ShareAmericans Are Leaving Portugal as Golden Visa Honeymoon EndsCrypto Markets Slump as SEC Regulatory Crackdown Spooks InvestorsTrump Tried to Hide Documents, Share Secrets, Ind

  • Motley Fool

    3 AI Stocks to Buy Now and Hold Forever

    Market researchers at PwC estimate that the greatest economic gains from artificial intelligence (AI) will take place in China and North America, and this could equate to over $10 trillion in economic value. Many companies across different industries will be beneficiaries of this technology, but a team of Motley Fool contributors sees a particularly bright future for JD.com (NASDAQ: JD), Walmart (NYSE: WMT), and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). John Ballard (JD.com): JD is one of the leading e-commerce platforms in China with over $150 billion in trailing-12-month revenue.

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    Is AI Taking Tech to the Top?

    Why the market might be missing the greatness in CrowdStrike's earnings. How Marc Benioff found religion when it comes to cutting costs at Salesforce. Motley Fool senior analyst Jason Moser explains how the financial times keep changing and what it means for fintech.

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    Up 44% This Year, Is Netflix Stock a Buy, Sell, or Hold?

    One of them is Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX). The streaming services stock has skyrocketed higher, earning shareholders a 44% gain year to date. While Netflix investors are likely happy with the year-to-date gain, such a big move prompts an important question.

  • Barrons.com

    Being a Utility Executive Is Getting Harder. Tesla Is to Blame.

    Forget investing in infrastructure and earning a regulated rate of return. The utility business is getting more complicated, which creates opportunities.

  • Motley Fool

    Entertainment, Guilds, Streaming, and AI

    Whether Apple can take headsets out of its gaming niche. A simple pack of casino playing cards leads Motley Fool producer Ricky Mulvey and senior analyst Asit Sharma on an exploration of how old products can become new again. To catch full episodes of all The Motley Fool's free podcasts, check out our podcast center.

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    Is SoFi Technologies Stock a Buy?

    Its impressive performance can be attributed to positive catalysts fueling its business, particularly the recent end of the student loan moratorium. In this article, we'll delve into SoFi's business, which aims to be a one-stop shop for financial services, and see if this stock is right for you. When SoFi was founded in 2011, the company focused on helping people refinance student loans at lower interest rates.

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    Here Is Why AMD Believes it can Continue to Beat Intel

    In a recent conference, Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) discussed how it would continue to be a competitive threat against Intel (NASDAQ: INTC). Check out the short video to learn more, consider subscribing, and click the special offer link below.

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    Artificial Intelligence Is Changing This Industry Forever

    Graphic design has been dominated by Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) for decades, but AI threatened that lead. The company's most recent AI announcements show it's here to stay, and that's what Travis Hoium and Jon Quast discuss in this video.

  • Motley Fool

    2 Things to Know About Carvana's Improved Outlook

    Shares of online used car seller Carvana (NYSE: CVNA) rocketed higher last week after the company updated its outlook for the second quarter. Carvana now expects to report adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) of at least $50 million, compared to a previous outlook calling for positive adjusted EBITDA. The company also sees its non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) total gross profit per unit metric exceeding $6,000, which would be a new record and up 63% year over year.

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    DocuSign Beat Expectations Again. Time to Buy?

    Shares of cloud-based agreement-service provider, DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) briefly surged in response to a quarterly report that, in some ways, was better than expected. Now, DocuSign shares are around 82% below the all-time high they set in 2021. The latest quarter wasn't the first time that Docusign beat analyst expectations.

  • Financial Times

    Microsoft to move top AI experts from China to new lab in Canada

    Microsoft is moving some of its best artificial intelligence researchers from China to Canada in a move that threatens to gut an essential training ground for the Asian country’s tech talent. The Beijing-based Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) has begun seeking visas to move top AI experts from China’s capital to its institute in Vancouver, said four people with knowledge of the plans. A person close to Microsoft said fewer Chinese staff will move to Canada this year, where the US tech giant is creating a new lab staffed by experts from around the world.

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    3 Best Ways to Invest for Retirement

    Every investor works toward being in a position to leave the workforce and live with financial security. There are any number of investing strategies to pursue that goal, and some will only add to people's stress levels as they play out. Owning a diverse group of foundational stocks is key to long-term investing success.

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    This Company Stands to Benefit From Nvidia's AI Boom the Most

    Nvidia shocked the investment world when discussing its future revenue guidance thanks to the massive demand for generative artificial intelligence (AI). This will allow Nvidia to sell more graphics processing units (GPUs), the hardware used to train AI models. Instead of buying Nvidia, a grossly overvalued stock, investors should look one step down the value chain at its suppliers.

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    3 Things Apple Can Learn From Meta Platforms About Virtual Reality and the Metaverse

    Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is the creator of the iPhone, iPad, and Mac line of computers and notebooks, to name just a few of its iconic products. It enters an arena dominated by Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META), which became synonymous with virtual reality when the company changed its name from Facebook in 2021. The social media giant has been focused heavily on developing virtual worlds, often referred to as metaverses.