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Facebook (FB) Earnings At First Glance; GBH Weighs In

Can you feel the ground moving beneath your feet? Shares of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) soared nearly …

Is Alphabet (GOOGL) a “Safe Haven” Despite Mixed Q1 Earnings Bag?

Loup Ventures’ Gene Munster is reassured following Google’s Q1 earnings call; here’s why.

Apple (AAPL): Survey Data Exposes Sluggish Sales

Though Canaccord’s Michael Walkley watches out for weakening iPhone sales until new iPhone products launch, he remains positive sales can step up in the back half of the year.

Facebook (FB) Gets Ready to Rumble with 1Q:18 Results; GBH Weighs In

After being hit with the “darkest chapter” in history, GBH’s Daniel Ives anticipates extra attention will be paid to FB’s first quarter earnings show.

Top Analyst Expects Twitter (TWTR) to Serve 1Q18 Earnings Beat, But Shares Are Fairly Valued

SunTrust’s Youssef Squali sees an full-valued stock in TWTR, but anticipates “incremental improvements” out of the company’s first quarter print.

Tesla (TSLA) and the Great Wall; Goldman Sachs Weighs In

Goldman Sachs’ David Tamberrino may be bearish on Tesla, but he sees a prospective medium-term advantage ahead in China.

The Only Facebook (FB) Bear Continues to Bet Against the Stock; Here’s Why

Ever since leaving the sidelines on FB last summer, Pivotal’s Brian Wieser is out with a slew of pessimistic reasons to run despite the bullish majority cheering on Wall Street.

MKM Cuts Price Target on Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Ahead of Q2 Print

MKM’s Ruben Roy awaits more product traction in the higher-end market from AMD, finding this “elusive” for now.

IBM: Analyst Sees 1Q:18 Earnings as a “Slight Disappointment”; What’s Next?

GBH’s Daniel Ives is bracing for the second quarter guide to put IBM shares in some hot water after last night’s first quarter print.

GoPro (GPRO): Takeout or No Takeout? That’s the Market’s Question; Analyst Shares Split Thoughts

Longbow Research’s Joe Wittine sees 60% to 40% odds in favor of GoPro accepting a M&A deal by the end of the year.