Today’s Apple event may usher in a new era for the tech giant. CFRA’s Angelo Zino gives insight about his positive outlook for the iPhone maker.
Uber and Lyft were arguably the two most highly anticipated unicorns to go public in 2019. However, investors are already losing patience and want to see a profit sooner rather than later.
Apple's CEO met with President Trump to discuss the ongoing trade war. While the company is concerned it will be hit by tariffs, there's little it can do in the long run.
Investors are concerned with collapsing growth expectations across the globe. While cashing out is very tempting, Kim Forrest of Bokeh Capital, explains why that's a terrible idea.
Apple topped third-quarter earnings expectations thanks in part to growth in China, but is continued growth in the country possible or will the road get even harder for the tech giant?
Tesla's stock has been extremely volatile over the last year. With so many issues over the company's future, many wonder if Elon Musk is the right person to be leading the company.
Medicare for all may not be just a Democratic talking point as the 2020 campaign kicks into high gear. It could also “dramatically” increase access to medical marijuana, according to Nicholas Vita, CEO of cannabis company Columbia Care.
The Big Three automakers are still under mounting pressure as more questions than answers linger over the tariff threats between the United States and Mexico.
Millions of people are ready to kick back and relax for Memorial Day Weekend. While most of us hope to take it easy, all of us need to be careful of a very serious threat.
Disney delivered more of its magic last quarter. However, Trip Miller at Gullane Capital Partners and Disney shareholder, sees enormous potential for the company to still grow.
Earth’s mightiest heroes are bruised and broken after Disney’s (DIS) “Avengers: Infinity War.” While Marvel’s heroes are limping going into the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) latest installment of “Avengers: Endgame,” the film’s sales are expected to be a cinematic powerhouse.
"Captain Marvel" is expected to generate $120 to $150 million dollars this opening weekend. That’s well above the $103 million dollars its DC counterpart "Wonder Woman" brought in.