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It might be time for savvy tech investors to start thinking outside the FAANG box. Matt McCall, founder and president of Penn Financial Group, says Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX) and Google (GOOG) are all good bets

COMPARED with equity investing, bond investing can seem stuck in the dark ages. As hedge funds and asset managers use whizzy algorithms to trade shares automatically, bond-fund managers still often call traders by phone. So when new investing strategies do

Zillow is the site people visit to see how much their home (or their neighbor’s) is worth. But the company is not content only serving real estate voyeurs. It wants a bigger piece of the housing market pie. Investors, however,

A knock against stocks is this: that the pervasiveness of gains since 2009 has made overvaluation a chronic problem across a broader-than-usual swath of the market. There’s nowhere to hide, the theory holds. A valuation lens that tamps down the

The turnaround at SeaWorld might be real. The theme park owner reported that visitors to SeaWorld (SEAS) grew 5% for the quarter, the second consecutive quarter that attendance rose. Sales and attendance figures topped forecasts, and shares surged more than

Having too much money in the bank is a problem that millions of Americans would love to have. But those fortunate enough to be in that position may be making a big financial mistake with their cash. A new survey

Wednesday wasn’t just a good day for Apple. The company, whose shares jumped nearly 6%, also earned Warren Buffett a nice payday. The billionaire philanthropist’s Berkshire Hathaway (brk-b) reportedly owns 239.6 million shares of Apple as of the end of

  Booted. New York’s top utility regulator voted on Friday to revoke its approval of Charter Cable‘s 2016 acquisition of Time Warner Cable. Part of a $ 57 billion merger, the deal gave Charter, under it Spectrum brand name, 2

The number of people using Twitter fell during the three months ending in June as it worked to clean up the platform and comply with new privacy regulations. The social network said Friday that it had 335 million monthly users

Facebook’s share price fell more than 20% in after-hours trading yesterday. Why? The company announced revenues and daily active user numbers that fell short of analyst estimates ($ 13.04 billion vs. $ 13.32 billion for the quarter, and 1.47 billion