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Money Morning Director of Technology & Venture Capital Research Michael A. Robinson recommended Bitcoin for the first time in summer 2013, at $90.
As of today, the digital currency is worth more than $6,500 - showing gains of more than 7,100%.
Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson appeared on CNBC World Tuesday night, presenting a comprehensive case for why Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) skeptics are wrong about the company's prospects through the end of the year.
"There's a lot of scared money out there," he said. "I think this is a classic Wall Street overreaction."
Apple is trading in the $130 range. But activist investor Carl Icahn recently declared the shares were worth $240. He's basing that on two very big assumptions - big even for Icahn.
With Avengers: Age of Ultron tearing up the box office, Disney's Marvel cinematic properties have raked in more than $7.2 billion so far.
McDonald's Plan Is Long on Jargon, Short on "Red Meat" Investors were cool to McDonald's vaunted turnaround plan, which was intended to chart the fast food giant's course to outperformance over the next several months.
Teva is a 114-year old maker of pharmaceutical generics, and they've generated lots of cash along the way. They've been coy about their intention to purchase Mylan, but now there's a healthy number on the table, and share prices are on the way up...
During an appearance on CNBC's Closing Bell, Michael said this is just the beginning of the Apple Watch's success. He predicts sales of 10 million watches, worth $4 billion, in the first year. Moreover, he says the Apple Watch has the momentum to disrupt the entire consumer technology market.
AAPL stock kicks off its first day of trading as part of the Dow Jones today (Thursday).
There's one question on investors' minds - how will the Dow affect the most valuable tech company in the world?
Last week, CEO Tim Cook promised the new Apple TV streaming service will "reinvent the way you watch television."
But with a company as large as Apple, the service poses a huge question - can it move Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock?
The arrival of the Apple Watch poses one huge question - will it make Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) the first $1 trillion company?
Sales of the Apple Watch could make or break AAPL's growth targets.
When the Apple stock price broke past $120.28 earlier this month, it gave the tech giant a valuation of more than $700 billion.
That promptly set off speculation of if or when Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) could reach a market cap of $1 trillion, which would require an AAPL stock price of a little over $170 a share.
Money Morning Defense & Tech Strategist Michael Robinson believes the Apple stock price will hit that target - and should.
Tech stocks today helped lower the Dow Jones - but a couple of them are still "buys."
Two tech giants, including Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), are good picks while one construction equipment company should be avoided.
Apple stock (Nasdaq: AAPL) enjoyed an incredible 45% run over the last 12 months. But can its bullish trend continue in 2015?
Money Morning Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson - who has followed tech markets for more than 30 years - made strong Apple stock predictions in a Jan. 13 appearance on FOX Business' "Varney & Co."
Mixed data has made "should I buy Amazon stock (Nasdaq: AMZN)" a popular question these days...
The world's top online retailer announced Jan. 5 it sold a record-setting 2 billion-plus items worldwide in 2014. On the other hand, AMZN stock lost 22% in 2014.
Tech stocks will lead the bull in 2015. That's why our Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." on Jan. 6 to give away his picks for the three best tech stocks to buy today.
Each plays on the hottest tech subsectors like mobile and robotics. Even better, all three are discounted right now...
There are winners and losers on every "Tech Stocks 2015" list.
Apple stock (Nasdaq: AAPL) gained an impressive 40% in 2014, but it’s not finished yet… not even close.
You see, AAPL is perfectly situated to ride this monster trillion-dollar wave in the New Year.
The Tesla stock price opened at $212.38 today (Thursday), meaning the stock has fallen 27.1% since the all-time it hit in September.
TSLA stock's dip has coincided with the plummet in crude oil prices. At this week's five-year low of $53.60 a barrel, WTI crude oil is now down 47.7% in the last six months. Brent oil trades just above $61 a barrel today. The global benchmark priced over $110 a barrel this summer.
MCD stock has plummeted more than 5% this week - and it's only Wednesday.
Tesla stock is down 22% in the last 3 months - on a similar downtrend with Brent crude.