Last night, Jabil announced results for its fiscal third quarter ended in May that came in ahead of Street estimates. The company reported earnings of $0.31 per share on revenues of $4.5 billion versus Street expectations of $0.29 per share on revenues of $4.4 billion.For the current quarter (FQ4:17
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Just in the last few days, it seems the negativity surrounding Apple has yet again reached fever pitch. Late Friday, you had the fat-finger event, which gave the tech sector a beat-down not seen in a while. Then, over the weekend, investors read about Apple getting a downgrade on the flimsiest of re
A few years ago, most investors would not have a clue as to what a fat-finger trade was. Only folks that work directly in the stock market would more than likely know what it meant. Even now, there are probably many investors who will have no idea what a fat-finger trade actually is.A fat-finge
Late last week, Broadcom reported an outstanding set of numbers for its fiscal second quarter and provided better-than-expected guidance for the current quarter ending in July.Broadcom reported earnings of $3.69 per share on revenues of $4.2 billion for the April quarter. Wall Street expectations go
Remember the firestorm of controversy that was unleashed in the middle part of March when the Google/YouTube ad-related issue was being used as the most recent doom and gloom scenario and every perma-bears and all the kindly uncles were up and about talking about how it would be best if everyone sel