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One of Wall Street’s top tech analysts explains why it’s time for Uber’s stock to be inducted into the elite FANG group

According to RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney, if Uber achieves profitability the stock could outperform over the next three to five years.

One of the hottest new hedge funds is loading up on FAANG stocks

Dan Sundheim's D1 Capital Partners has about $7.2 billion under management after one year in operation, according to SEC filings.

Mega-cap tech stocks have dominated earnings season. Here’s how each juggernaut did, from Apple to Netflix.

Top technology stocks Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google, and Microsoft make up roughly 18% of the S&P 500's market cap.
Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Apple hits record high, extends market value above $1 trillion

Apple reportedly asked suppliers last week to boost production for its new iPhones by as much as 10%, or 8 million units.

Apple shares hit a 1-year high amid spiking optimism around iPhone 11 demand

A slew of Wall Street analysts have either issued price upgrades or reiterated bullish targets on Apple in recent weeks.

Software stocks got whacked in September. Here’s why RBC says they could tumble another 25% before bottoming out.

The 21 software companies covered by RBC Capital Markets posted an average return of -5.9% during September.

Tech stocks are getting demolished as China’s trade-war retaliation sends indexes tumbling

China's central bank allowed the yuan to slip below 7 versus the US dollar, the lowest level since the 2008 financial crisis.

Tech stocks led by Apple are surging after Trump’s trade-war ceasefire

Apple, which has a massive supply chain in China, was a big winner of the US-China trade truce, along with semiconductor stocks.
Twitter shares.

One of Wall Street’s biggest banks just revealed a massive stake in Twitter — and the company’s stock is soaring

Morgan Stanley said in a filing on Wednesday that it had a 5.6% stake in Twitter, boosting shares of the social media company.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on CNBC after announcing its first sales warning in 17 years.

BANK OF AMERICA: Wall Street is dead wrong on one of its major Apple forecasts

Wall Street analysts are too pessimistic on the extent to which hardware sales will decline through 2021, Bank of America research analysts wrote.