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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%.
Alphabet's newest line of gadgets is out, including the Pixel 2 smartphone.
It doesn't have the same hype behind it as the top phones from Apple and Samsung, but it doesn't need to.
The Dow Jones news today will focus on political developments in Washington, as President Trump nominates a new FBI director ahead of former FBI Director James Comey's testimony tomorrow.
In other stock market news, the United Kingdom will hold parliamentary elections tomorrow, which could affect the speed of Brexit.
Apple announced its next big product this week. The HomePod is a smart speaker that Apple hopes will drive more users to its Apple Music service.
From weak sales growth to massive job cuts, a lot's been happening with Cisco recently. And it's starting a restructuring effort, but Michael Robinson is not really optimistic.
Adobe stock is the Money Morning Pick of the Week.
One of Silicon Valley's legends, Adobe Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: ADBE) stock has surged in recent years, doubling from mid-2013 to the end of 2015. But a new strategy is feeding a fresh wave of growth, says Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson. He believes ADBE stock still has a ton of upside.
Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson has lowered his Apple stock price target in the wake of less than stellar earnings yesterday (Tuesday), but nevertheless sees significant gains ahead.
Robinson remains bullish on the stock with an AAPL price target of $130 - about 35% higher than where it currently trades.
The FB stock price is down to start 4% to start 2016, but it doesn't have anything to do with Facebook's performance.
You see, investors are cautious entering the new year because of concerns over China's stock market and turmoil between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
The Facebook stock price today is down because investors are dropping stocks from their portfolios and aren't adding any new positions before 2016.
The Facebook stock price may be down today, but that isn't the story investors need to focus on.
The S&P 500 declined around 1% in 2015, but the tech-centric Nasdaq Composite is up more than 5.5%. Plenty of my favorite tech stocks have performed spectacularly, in fact, dominating the market this year.
And 2016 already promises to be even better for this entire sector, as the new concepts that were on the drawing board in 2015 move to market reality to pack on bottom line profits in the new year.
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."
Many investors are asking, "Should I buy Intel stock?" after a Q2 earnings beat Wednesday that ran against a sea of concerns about the world's largest chipmaker.
The numbers showed that Intel's transition away from its historic PC business to new growth areas is working. But with revenue down is the change happening quickly enough? Is INTC stock a buy?
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?
The DJIA today slipped 128 points. The cause? Investor jitters about interest rates as the FOMC meeting gets underway, coupled with falling oil prices and new concerns about the U.S. economy.
Nine of the 10 industry sectors of the S&P 500 Index dropped. Shares of Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) were the biggest drag on the S&P 500 today, falling roughly 1.3%.