Tag: Google

Top News Stories November 28 2017

28/11/2017

The day’s top news stories from stocks on the GuerillaStockTrading watch list. Apple Inc. (AAPL) Apple was the target of a large increase in short interest during the month of November. As of November 15th, there was short interest totalling 42,832,149 shares, an increase of 27.9% from the October 31st total of 33,490,296 shares. Based on Read More »

Top News Stories For November 23 2017

23/11/2017

The day’s top news stories from stocks on the GuerillaStockTrading watch list. Apple Inc. (AAPL) (11/23) Apple supplier stops students’ illegal overtime at iPhone X factory – Apple supplier Foxconn has stopped students from working illegal overtime at a factory in China. (11/22) Apple says illegal student labor discovered at iPhone X plant Read More »

Top Weekend News Stories November 19 2017

19/11/2017

The top news stories this weekend that could impact stocks on the GuerillaStockTrading watch list. Apple Inc. (AAPL) (11/18) NewsWatch: Here’s how Apple gets to a $2 trillion market value – Apple’s strongest growth will come from services and Asia, writes Tim Mullaney. (11/19) iPhone X Vs. Google Pixel 2 XL Review: OLED Display Champ Read More »

Supply and demand chart showing that Google's oligopoly on advertising reduces the quantity of advertising available from different firms causing advertising prices to rise.

Oligopolies and Monopolies

15/11/2017

The Trump Administration is following the playbook of Reaganomics. As part of its Reaganomics program, the Reagan Administration cut back sharply on the regulation of everything from monopoly and oligopoly to pollution and product safety, important elements that likewise effect the aggregate supply curve. Let’s review the microeconomics of monopolies and oligopolies. Adam Smith’s Perfect Read More »

Top Weekend News Stories November 11 – 12, 2017

12/11/2017

The top news stories this weekend from stocks on the GuerillaStockTrading watch list. Apple Inc. (AAPL) (11/12) Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Valeant’s earnings games | Tesla’s junk | How Apple stashes cash – Here are MarketWatch articles to read this weekend. (11/11) 3 Things I Like About the Apple iPhone Read More »

Alphabet stock did a gap up open breakout after the company reported an earnings and revenue beat.

Google Beats On Earnings, Revenue, Gets Price Target Hike

27/10/2017

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US Set To Take Tech Jobs Back From EU

9/10/2017

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Swing Long Trade Setup In Google Stock On Rising Large Players Volume

5/10/2017

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Establishment Media Trying To Push The Stock Market Down

20/08/2017

MarketWatch is REALLY trying to push the stock market down and Google has given them a prominent position in their search engine results to do just that. Check out what the search “stock market news” outputs from Google search: Whatever happened to the “fake news” filter Google was going to start using? Google features this Read More »

Tech Stocks To Buy, So Juicy After Recent Pullback

4/07/2017

What are the best tech stocks to buy right now? I can’t find a technology stock that doesn’t look like a good buy right now. Technology stocks are reverting to the mean because they got a little too hot last month. Tech Stocks To Buy Large players are not stepping in yet and the Twiggs Read More »

S&P 500 Measures Concentration of Wealth More than Economic Growth

22/06/2017

Monopolies are sucking up everything in their vortex as the concentration of wealth continues. Examples of monopolies are Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook. Amazon is destroying retail and it’s expanding into the food industry now. Amazon brings in automation technologies which will keep adding pressure on other low wage sectors. When Amazon announced the buyout Read More »

What The Trump Win Means For Multinational Corporations

13/11/2016

I predict that a Trump win means down for the economy at first, then upward as the US consumer strengthens from domestic job growth. The down first move in the economy will come from inefficiencies caused by forcing multinational corporations to bring domestic production facilities back to the US or face steep tariffs. Several traders Read More »