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Why the Walt Disney Stock Price Is Down (NYSE: DIS)

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."

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Uber IPO: The Biggest Mistake the $50 Billion Company Has Made

Uber Technologies Inc. is now valued at more than $50 billion and is expected to bring in roughly $2 billion in revenue this year.

But when it comes to the Uber IPO, the company has already made one major mistake.

China

Why Manipulation Won't Help China's Stock Market

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani joined "Making Money with Charles Payne" on FOX Business Monday, offering his views on China's ongoing stock market collapse.

Gilani outlined several lessons that both investors and policy makers can draw from this unfolding event, including his view that this is an economic phenomenon, not just a market event.

Apple

Why the Apple Stock Sell-Off After Earnings Is "Ridiculous"

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." yesterday (Wednesday) to discuss Apple Inc.'s (Nasdaq: AAPL) initial post-earnings drop.

Shah explained that the investor sentiment of disappointment was "ridiculous" and called the post-earnings AAPL price dip an opportunity for smart investors to jump in.

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Greek Vote Could Mean Short-Term Chaos

Yesterday Keith sat down on FOX News while the markets roiled and distilled a very simple message about what's going wrong in Greece.

It's not primarily a political problem; it's a mathematical one. And until Greece - and an alarming number of Western governments, including the U.S. - realize that, the chaos will only continue.

Restaurant stocks

Why Shake Shack Stock (NYSE: SHAK) Is Not a Buy

Shake Shack stock (NYSE: SHAK) is way over-hyped. In fact, it reminds us of another far-too-anticipated stock that met an unfortunate end not long ago.

The particular stock of which we're thinking died off because of a diet fad.

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Are Venture Capitalists Pumping Air Into a Social Media Tech Bubble?

When asked on Varney & Co if we're looking at a tech bubble, Shah makes an important distinction between privately-held social media valuations and technology in general when responding...
Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs Calls for a "Flat" S&P 500

Goldman's recent forecast calls for basically no gains on the S&P 500 over the next 12 months. That's got some investors spooked and looking for the exits.
Apple

Michael: Icahn's $240 Apple Claim "Speculative"

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.

GE Financial Operations

Shah: GE Is "Losing Muscle"

We've watched GE shed financial operations at a quick clip in 2015. The American juggernaut wants to be all-industrial to "clean up its act" with investors, but its move to unload a $5 billion Japanese commercial credit division is like throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
Salesforce

Microsoft Could Be Preparing for a $49 Billion Meal

Perennial takeover target Salesforce has been the subject of buyout rumors for years. And those whispers have been intensifying lately. Now that Satya Nadella is at the helm in Redmond, it's far more likely they'll make a bid for the "cloud" powerhouse. Shah's got the story... Watch the Video
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Disney Is Hitting Best-Ever Highs

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.

 
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McDonald's Plan Is Long on Jargon, Short on "Red Meat"

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.

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Keith Fitz-Gerald on Whether "We're Doomed"

"There are no markets left in any meaningful sense of the word, just a raging casino infected with the madness of the crowds and the central bank pied pipers who mesmerize them." Strong words from Reagan-era Budget Director David Stockman. But, is he right? Keith weighs in...
Apple Watch

Here's When Apple Hits $200

One of Apple's core strengths is its ability to develop and market products that consumers don't even realize they need yet.
SEC

Shah on "Manipulating the Manipulators"

Navi Sarao's arrest for his alleged role in 2010's "Flash Crash" is absurd in the context of the legal, perfectly sanctioned market-thwarting electronic hijinks that happen every day - with the SEC's blessing. Here's what the regulators just don't get...

Stocks

Teva Finally Puts a Number on Mylan Deal, Investors Stand to Profit

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...

Big Banks

Keith Appears on CNBC's Street Signs

Money Morning's Keith Fitz-Gerald nails China's GDP growth, gives his quick read on big bank's reported earnings, and cautions against taking a short-term view during any earnings season.
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Competitors Are Ready to "Storm Google's Castle"

We've known about Google's European antitrust lawsuit for years now. That's why it's so shocking that this issue hasn't really been "baked in" to the company's share price. So when the suit heats up again, Shah thinks shareholders could be in for a rude surprise...

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Here's How the Apple Watch Will Create a $4 Billion Market

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is having its "told you so" moment. News of the Apple Watch's success is everywhere. Despite plenty of skeptics, Apple's latest iDevice sold out worldwide in a matter of hours, pushing preorder deliveries back to June.

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.

The Fed

The Debate over Data the Fed Doesn’t Like

Keith appears on the CNBC's Closing Bell and talks about the Fed.
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Boeing Stock: Why President Trump's Tweets Won't Sink This American Icon

In his third Stock Talks video, Money Morning Executive Editor, William Patalon, III, shares the unique story behind Boeing stock.

The Boeing Co. has a proven track record of bouncing back from scandals - and making a whole lot of money for investors.