If the price war with Google keeps driving cloud prices lower, investors can forget about Amazon's promise of “profits someday,” says MoneyShow's Jim Jubak.
It seems the markets are more focused on prospects for GDP growth than the Chinese credit/debt bubble, but MoneyShow's Jim Jubak believes that one day the Beijing government will say something to spark a renewal of worries.
Bond buyers are showing nervousness about junk bonds and debt from emerging market countries, but MoneyShow's Jim Jubak questions if the trend is a risk off move in reaction to global tension or the sign of a temporary peak.
Since this drug company’s acquisition bid fell through, coupled with the fact that he’s got a good replacement up his sleeve, MoneyShow's Jim Jubak has decided to sell his shares of this pharmaceutical giant as of today, July 18.…
Despite disappointing guidance, shares of this Internet auction powerhouse gained 0.6% to $51 a share at today's close, but stiff competition in a crowded and ever growing sector still has MoneyShow's Jim Jubak cutting his target price as of today,…
It may be an eerie coincidence that today's report of China's second quarter 7.5% growth rate perfectly matches the government's target growth rate of 7.5% for 2014, but despite his skepticism, MoneyShow's Jim Jubak still thinks the number's important.…
The acquisition deal announced today has a lot to do with the popularity and ever-growing demand for lithium batteries and MoneyShow's Jim Jubak thinks it will make one of his holdings turn out to be a very attractive buy.
Why does this search engine goliath seem to be stepping on this online shopping giant's toes, according to MoneyShow's Jim Jubak, for the same reason it's also going after Android TV, it wants to reach everyone, everywhere.
Many traders may be eager to jump at the chance to profit from the recent price move in copper, but MoneyShow's Jim Jubak sees this mentality as a common misconception of where we currently stand.
MoneyShow's Jim Jubak thinks the prevailing market psychology/strategy/wishful thinking is that asset prices are headed upward until the Fed signals that interest rate increases are six months away.