“This was perhaps the biggest screw-up we’ve seen with a high profile stock in ages,” Cramer said.
If $600/share is a little rich for your wallet, the Fast pros say there are other ways to trade Apple’s blow out earnings.
The technology giant reported quarterly profits that beat Wall Street's expectations on Tuesday, sending shares higher.
Apple posted quarterly results that blew past expectations Tuesday, making investors wonder how Wall Street could have been so wrong on the tech giant.
Apple stock is down more than 10% from its 2012 and has been declining into earnings. That's unusual.
An international trade on the smartphone space ahead of Apple's earnings, with Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management.
I have recently found myself secretly admiring the recent performance of one of Cisco’s chief rivals in F5 Networks, a company that I continue to consider grossly expensive by many standards — not the least of which stems from its price-to-earnings ratio of 42.
The software giant's earnings and revenue beat expectations. Analysts were particularly impressed with the 4-percent growth in the Windows business.
A long position in Qualcomm looked like a hot trade but all it did was burn Guy Adami. What’s the trade now?
Shares of chipmaker Qualcomm are down 4% today after the company reported disappointing economic reports. Discussing whether there is still quality in the company, with Glen Yeung, Citi Investment Research managing director.
The FMHR traders explain why they are trading Family Dollar, Yum! Brands and Southwest Airlines. Stephen Weiss, Short Hills Capital, also breaks down why he says investors should buy Qualcomm.
Chip giant Qualcomm continues to affirm exactly why I think it has one of the best businesses not only among the semiconductors, but in the entire market.
Kozlov is CEO of Moonshark, a new start-up set to release its first titles in the summer. His firm is being incubated at CAA, best-known for its muscle in getting huge paydays for its A-list talent roster in movies, TV shows, music and sports.
Take a look at some of Thursday’s morning movers:
A rush of corporate earnings news should help steer stocks Thursday, but Europe’s sovereign debt crisis could come back into play, depending on the outcome of Spanish bond auctions.
After the bell, the Fast Money pros said buy the pullback in Qualcomm; don’t wig out over guidance.
The chip maker delivered quarterly results that beat Wall Street's expectations but its shares fell in after-hours trading as the company's third-quarter guidance trailed expectations.
Stocks accelerated their losses in the final minutes of trading to close near lows Wednesday, pressured by a handful of lackluster tech earnings and amid renewed concerns over the euro zone.
Track companies making headlines after-the-bell Wednesday:
Despite earnings disappointments and some wobbling by Apple, technology stocks remain the market's bedrock and likely safety valve should a summer swoon hit.