HiNounou uses to robots to helps seniors with home wellness and chronic diseases, explains founder and CEO Charles Bark.
Competition in the retail sector is impacting the likes of Amazon and Alphabet, explains Jason Moser of The Motley Fool.
Nicholas Consonery of Rhodium Group says many nations are "starting to really push back" against China's trade and industrial policies.
Margaret Patel of Wells Fargo Asset Management says some segments of tech will still be rising "faster than other sectors" even when growth moderates.
Mick Farrell of ResMed says ageing populations have contributed to the growth of the company's two "core markets."
Politics in Australia have caused many decisions to be put on hold, and it's now time to "get on with things," says Jennifer Westacott of the Business Council Australia.
Khoon Goh of ANZ Bank says given ongoing uncertainties in Europe and Japan, the U.S. Federal Reserve has been the only major central bank to be in "tightening mode."
Tesla reported a surprise profit for the third-quarter on better-than-expected car sales. Garrett Nelson of CFRA weighs in.
Junheng Li of JL Warren Capital says she hasn't seen a strong recovery in the VIP segment, which accounts for about half of the total gaming revenue generated by Macau's casino operators.
Keith Fitz-Gerald of MoneyMorning.com says the U.S. Federal Reserve is keeping monetary policy "way too tight" at a time when trade tensions threaten to slow down the economy.
Andrew Hay of Knight Frank says Australia is "offering a set of circumstances which are hard to find" anywhere else in the world.
Peter Dragicevich of Suncorp says the euro could slide to around 1.12 in "the next three weeks or so."
Andrew Wood of WorleyParsons says its acquisition of Jacobs Engineering's energy, chemicals and resources business will allow it to sell a "complete and high quality offering right across the value chain."
Tom Essaye of The Sevens Report says the guidance in the ongoing U.S. earnings season so far "hasn't been great."
Turkish President Erdogan is expected to reveal more details surrounding the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Ali Cinar of the Turkish Heritage Organization weighs in.
Garry Laurence of Perpetual Investments says there are some "really attractive opportunities" now in both the A-share market and Hong Kong.
Sonja Gibbs of the Institute of International Finance says the disagreement between the European Union and the new Italian government on the country's budget largely stems from the need for a "responsible fiscal stance."
Sandip Bhagat of Whittier Trust says the flatness of the yield curve in the U.S. "has really spooked" the country's banking sector.
In the oil sector, the "reputation for stability has always rested" with Saudi Arabia, says Azlin Ahmad of Argus Media.
Isaac Poole of Oreana Financial Services says the "very significant decline" in the Chinese markets "doesn't reflect the underlying fundamentals" in the country.