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Top 5 China Stocks For 2019

Iran has cut its reliance on the dollar by selling oil for euros and other currencies, but that doesn’t offer much protection after Donald Trump pulled the U.S. from the nuclear deal.

The U.S. president announced his decision this week, the culmination of years of criticism during which Trump derided the 2015 Obama-era agreement as “a disgrace” and “insane.”....More>>>

Strong Quarter Affirms the Bull Thesis for Tencent Holdings Stock

Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings/ADR (OTCMKTS:TCEHY) just reported first quarter numbers, and they were much better than expected. Revenue growth remained robust, while earnings came in well above expectations, easing concerns surrounding persistent margin-compression headwinds. As a result, Tencent stock traded more than 6% higher to just over $53.

But Tecent earnings are....More>>>

How Netflix, Inc. Uses Big Data to Grow Sales and Shareholder Value

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock has doubled in the last 12 months, climbing steadily from $160 per share to $328.19 per share as of Wednesday’s close. In recent years, the company has been spending more and more money on content development — a reality that’s left NFLX with over $15 million in liabilities in 2017 compared to a third of that total in 2014.

That trend is....More>>>

Eros International: An Undervalued Stock Primed For Growth

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Eros International (NYSE:EROS) is a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry,....More>>>

So Soon After Its IPO, Is iQiyi a Buy?

On this episode of Industry Focus: Tech, host Dylan Lewis is joined by Fool.com contributor Danny Vena to discuss how iQiyi’s(NASDAQ:IQ) connection to Baidu(NASDAQ:BIDU) may give investors an advantage compared to a traditional start-up.

A full transcript follows the video.

This video was recorded on May 11, 2018.

Dylan Lewis: I have gone on the record in the past in talking....More>>>

So Soon After Its IPO, Is iQiyi a Buy?

On this episode of Industry Focus: Tech, host Dylan Lewis is joined by Fool.com contributor Danny Vena to discuss how iQiyi’s(NASDAQ:IQ) connection to Baidu(NASDAQ:BIDU) may give investors an advantage compared to a traditional start-up.

A full transcript follows the video.

This video was recorded on May 11, 2018.

Dylan Lewis: I have gone on the record in the past in talking....More>>>

If Netflix Can Raise Prices, So Can Amazon Prime

Consumers never like to pay more, so it wasn’t surprising thatAmazon(NASDAQ:AMZN) Prime’s price increase, from $99/year to $119/year, was greeted with a collective groan. Some critics accused the company of backing away from its historical promise to keep prices low for consumers, while surveys showed Prime users balking at the price increase.

One poll fromDealnews found that....More>>>

Top 5 Warren Buffett Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Warren Buffett is taking a big bite of Apple. Very big.

The CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) told CNBC on Friday that his company bought about 75 million shares of Apple (AAPL) stock during the first three months of the year. That adds to 165 million shares that Berkshire had at the end of last year.

Buffett called Apple an “unbelievable company,” and pointed out that....More>>>

2 Tech Stocks Up 100% Over The Past Year

The stock market has been a bit volatile this year, but there are some sectors that are still experiencing significant share price gains. For example, the Nasdaq 100 Technology Sector is up about 22% over the past 12 months. Those gains are pretty impressive, but a handful of tech stocks, including Square (NYSE:SQ) and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), have seen their share prices jump about five times as....More>>>

If Netflix Can Raise Prices, So Can Amazon Prime

Consumers never like to pay more, so it wasn’t surprising thatAmazon(NASDAQ:AMZN) Prime’s price increase, from $99/year to $119/year, was greeted with a collective groan. Some critics accused the company of backing away from its historical promise to keep prices low for consumers, while surveys showed Prime users balking at the price increase.

One poll fromDealnews found that....More>>>

3 Vital Earnings Reports to Watch This Week

A few weeks back, Wall Street was talking about how a robust earnings season was going to save the market. The theory was that really strong quarterly earnings would offset the macro headwinds which have weighed on stocks, and that the market would head higher as a result.

Earnings season is now here. The numbers have been very good, as expected. First-quarter earnings growth has run at 24%....More>>>

Top 10 Safest Stocks To Invest In Right Now

In a junior sector that has become quite a stock-picker’s market over the past nine months, I find some of the safest and lowest risk opportunities come when a company is undergoing a major change. Atlantic Gold (OTCPK:SPVEF) was one such idea I highlighted last year, as the company was set to transform itself into Canada’s newest junior gold producer. The stock has since moved from....More>>>

3 Reasons YouTube Red Still Cant Compete With Netflix

In 2015, Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google launched YouTube Red, a paid ad-free subscription service aimed at challenging Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). However, YouTube Red never gained much ground against its entrenched rival.

In a recent interview withIndieWire, Susanne Daniels, YouTube’s chief of original content, admitted that Netflix was “too far ahead”....More>>>

Top Low Price Stocks To Buy Right Now

EMM & QNX will be the growth drivers going forward. But the risks in BlackBerry stock continue to remain elevated.

BlackBerry(NSDQ:BBRY)stock is a very volatile stock. When the company announced its latest set of earnings on the 20th of December, the share price rose to around $8 a share, but since then has plummeted back down to the $7 level. Blackberry is unique in that it is a low....More>>>

Can PayPal Holdings Inc Overcome Its Sophomore Slump?

Currently, PayPal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL) is a walking contradiction. Last year, PayPal stock nearly gained a massive 83% in the markets, quickly silencing its critics. However, this year, the critics are back and for good reason. Year-to-date, PYPL has moved up only a little over 1%. With the performance it just delivered, this is the very definition of pedestrian.

In my most recent write-up....More>>>