10 Stocks Getting Crushed After Earnings

It has been a wild and volatile week in the stock market. Reactions to trade war news, interest rate scares and even earnings have all played their part in creating ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, AIG, CareDx, Coca-Cola, General Dynamics, Harvard Bio, LogMeIn, TrueCar, WorkDay and More

Stocks were indicated to open marginally higher again on Friday, but the Dow Jones industrial average is up over 2,700 points from its lows seen at the start of January. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AT&T, Charter Communications, Comcast, Darden Restaurants, Spotify, Wingstop and More

The futures traded higher again Thursday morning as investors continue to digest not only some sparkling economic data but the possibility for perhaps a breakthrough with China on trade talks. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Booking Holdings, Borg Warner, Delphi, Pandora, Ralph Lauren, Southwest Airlines and More

The futures looked decidedly lower Thursday morning as the market digested the newest increase in the federal funds rate, which was announced Wednesday afternoon. While many feel that the Federal ...
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Why TrueCar Is Tuesday’s Biggest Earnings Loser

When TrueCar Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) reported its third-quarter financial results late on Monday, the company said that it had $0.02 in earnings per share (EPS) and $82.4 million in revenue. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AbbVie, Baker Hughes, CSX, Micron, Nucor, PepsiCo, Western Digital and More

Stocks were indicated to open higher on Monday after hitting all-time highs the prior week. The one trend that has been proven time after time in this eight-year bull market ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Best Buy, Groupon, Snap, Starbucks, Weatherford, Alphabet, CIT, Match, Wix and Many More

Stocks were indicated lower on Monday in the wake of Friday's sell-off after the GOP health care plan failed to materialize. Now many of the pro-growth policies that were used ...
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Consumer Reports Gets Into Car Sales Business

Consumer Reports claims it is financially independent from the products and services it evaluates. Its relationship with the car industry has become very close, however. The nonprofit has set up ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Colgate-Palmolive, Gilead, Navistar, Occidental, Pandora, Wal-Mart and More

Stocks were marginally lower, but that is tracking Europe lower after U.S. markets were slammed lower on Friday. It is important to realize that it had been almost two months ...
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April New Car Sales Forecast Calls for Record-Setting Annual Rate

Total new car sales for the month of April are expected to reach 1.51 million units sold, the highest April total ever according to analysts at Kelley Blue Book (KBB). ...
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TrueCar Slips Despite Rising Sales

TrueCar Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) saw its shares drop in Friday’s regular trading session despite rising new vehicle sales. The company posted its 27th consecutive month of year-over-year revenue expansion. In ...
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Why Analysts Are Frowning on TrueCar After Earnings

TrueCar Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) released its fourth-quarter earnings report on Friday. Unfortunately this report pushed the company nearly to 52-week lows. Needless to say analysts did not take kindly to ...
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4 Companies That Destroyed Shareholders Last Week

Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 have felt a huge downward push, even though it has only been just over a month into the new year, and ...
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TrueCar Stuns Investors With Weak Guidance and Earnings

TrueCar Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) reported its fourth quarter financial results after the markets closed on Thursday. The company had a net loss of $0.06 per share on $63.6 million in ...
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AutoNation Dumps TrueCar

Depending on the point of view of each company, either AutoNation Inc. (NYSE: AN) dumped TrueCar Inc. (NASDAQ: TRUE) or the other way around. Each company claims its relationship with ...
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