Accelerating sales from Microsoft's key Office business and strength in the company's cloud business should lead to double-digit returns in the next 12 months, Cowen & Co. said Tuesday.
A measure comparing riskier tech stocks to safer utilities is triggering memories of what happened just before the dot-com bubble wrecked the market 18 years ago.
Bad news for Facebook may have sparked Monday's market meltdown, but analysts see plenty of reasons for selling to continue.
Bitcoin is behaving a lot like how the Nasdaq did around the dot-com bubble but 15 times faster, said Morgan Stanley.
Markets expect a hike from the Fed when its committee meets this week. Anything beyond that could cause a tantrum.