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GM, Ford stocks should surge at least 25%: Barron’s

stocks of popular cars and Ford Motor ought to rise as a minimum 25 percent within the subsequent yr, with U.S. automobile sales possibly to are available in stronger than many traders fear, in step with a fileon Sunday in Barron’s financial newspaper. both agencies‘ stocks look reasonably-priced, Barron’s said. Ford and popular automobiles exchange at 6.6 times and five.6 ... Read More »

Reddit’s plan to become a actual business should crumble quite effortlessly

The promise of Reddit’s business has continually been that it brings in millions and millions of eyeballs, hosts content material that other web sites use for themselves and has a particularly engaged communitythat advertisers would like to reach. Now Reddit says it has strengthened its sales personnel and placed its power toward certainly making money from virtual advertisements. moreover, it ... Read More »

Tired of rising rent? Maybe you should consider becoming a landlord

The stock market is looking wobbly. Bonds are paying you about what you’re losing to inflation. And the rest of the investment landscape is about as reliable as the latest presidential candidate poll. So if you’re wondering how to get ahead, let alone keep up with your rising monthly rent payment, take a look at where some investors are generating ... Read More »

Should you be worried about Activision?

Activision-Blizzard broke an incredible streak Thursday when it reported its disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter results. For the first time in 10 years, it missed its revenue guidance, said Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities. And if it hadn’t been for a congressional decision in December to reinstate investment tax credits for increasing research spending, it would have missed its earnings per share ... Read More »

VR just got serious and you should be paying attention

If you haven’t been paying much attention to virtual reality, now might be a good time to start. In a series of announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, some of the biggest names in smartphones, consumer electronics and social media have given the technology a major boost. It’s too early to tell whether the new cameras, smartphones, ... Read More »

ARM’s new Cortex-A32 chip should boost battery life in Android Wear gadgets

Android Wear devices could get more capabilities and longer battery life thanks to a new chip design from ARM called the Cortex-A32. Most Android Wear smartwatches run on ARM processors, and they’re also used insmartphones and tablets. ARM designs the chips, which are licensed and manufactured by companies like Samsung and Qualcomm. The Cortex-A32 will provide a rich user experience for ... Read More »

Apple posts record quarterly figures for first quarter of 2016

A top tech analyst thinks that if Yahoo gets a bid, it should sell itself. BGC Partners senior technology analyst Colin Gillis, who has a $39 price target on the stock, told CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” that the tech company should settle its affairs out of the limelight. “Yahoo is a turnaround play that has shown very little turnaround … the ... Read More »

10 stupid smartphone accessories nobody should buy

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These Dow stocks should rally if yen plunges

The dollar was surging against the yen as the Bank of Japan took the stunning step Friday of adopting negative interest rates in a bid to revive the country’s economy and protect against deflation. What do you buy if this big devaluation by Japan sparks a sustained rally higher in the dollar? The yen was down about 2 percent versus ... Read More »

Should you be worried about Activision?

Activision-Blizzard broke an incredible streak Thursday when it reported its disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter results. For the first time in 10 years, it missed its revenue guidance, said Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities. And if it hadn’t been for a congressional decision in December to reinstate investment tax credits for increasing research spending, it would have missed its earnings per share ... Read More »