Hey, when was the last time that admitting to “prioritizing growth over profitability” bitten a tech IPO in the ass?
You guys want to see the new "Who's on first?" routine, but about the slow death of the global economy?
The contrarian investor gives passive index funds a thorough tongue-lashing -- and sees opportunity in small-cap stocks (that he happens to own).
Rising costs on goods might be bad for consumers AND manufacturers, muses everyone.
They were with China...do YOU know anyone in China?
So even the White House doesn't know who's running Wells Fargo.
Is it harder to keep swallowing the algo headline bullshit with an inverted yield curve?
It's almost like Jim Cramer is broken and spouting nonsense.
This financial statement is a sign of life.
Errybody got a streaming service now.
Tesla really is a hell of a thing.
Can you spot on the ticker where everyone realized that the Knicks will suck forever?
Would your broker eat this banana?
Don't watch, Uber, or Lyft, or Snap, or et al.
After Uber IPO disappoints, SoftBank looking to make it all back on the can't miss WeWork IPO.
The market is teaching Uber a very hard lesson about how dynamic pricing really works.
Hard to feel bullish on a company that just lost its only client...and also how no one really needs stamps anymore.
No one wants to hold equities today but everyone wants to hold Uber on Thursday, claims Uber.
After Lyft's nightmare, Uber is at a Ken Griffin level of not f@cking around.
The stagecoach stopped rolling online and everyone beat it like a dead horse (we lost this metaphor).