Pinterest Stock Rises on Earnings Beat — Is It a Buy?
Is Pinterest Stock a Buy?
What Investors Can Expect from Pinterest’s Q2 Earnings
Pinterest will likely report its second-quarter earnings results on July 31. Should you buy the stock before its earnings results?
Why Snap Stock Fell on Earnings Report Despite 17 Percent Revenue Rise
Snapchat parent Snap (NYSE:SNAP) reported its second-quarter earnings results after the market closed yesterday. Snap stock fell 2.10% in regular trading.
Twitter Reports Earnings Tomorrow, Highlights for Investors
When Twitter reports its earnings, a lot of investors will watch the user metrics. The company added 14 million daily active users in the first quarter.
Should You Buy SNAP Stock Before Its Q2 Earnings?
Yesterday, Snap stock rose 3.0% and closed at $25.27. The social media company is set to report its second-quarter earnings after the market closes today.
Snap Reports Earnings Tomorrow, Stock May Have 20 Percent Upside
Snapchat parent Snap plans to report its earnings for the second quarter of 2020 after markets close tomorrow. The stock has had a good run this year.
Jim Cramer Liked Pinterest before It Defeated Facebook
Jim Cramer has other tech favorites outside the FAANG group. Notably, Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) is one of his favorite tech stocks.
Why Pinterest Stock Is a ‘Sell’ after Its Q1 Earnings
Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) reported its first-quarter earnings results after the markets closed on Tuesday. The quarter ended on March 31, 2020.
Could Pinterest’s Q1 Earnings Report Boost Its Stock?
Pinterest stock fell 4.4% on May 1 and closed at $19.75 with a market cap of $11.5 billion. The stock was trading 46.4% below its 52-week high of $36.83.
Why Are Snap’s Q1 Earnings Impressive?
In the first quarter, Snap generated revenue of $462.5 million—an increase of 44.3% from $320.4 million in the first quarter of 2019.
Is Snap Stock a ‘Sell’ before Its Q1 Earnings?
Snap (NYSE:SNAP) stock has fallen in the pre-market trading session today. The stock has lost 1.9% as of 6:53 AM ET. The stock also fell 0.3% on April 17.
Why Is Pinterest Stock Attractive Right Now?
Last week, Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) stock rose by 21.2% and closed at $16.75. In comparison, the S&P 500 Index rose by 12%.
Pinterest Stock Rose 14% after Great Business Update
Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) stock rose 14% in extended trading on Tuesday after the company reported its preliminary first-quarter results.
Should Investors Buy Snap Stock amid COVID-19?
On Thursday, Snap stock rose 0.5% and closed at $11.27 with a market cap of $16.0 billion. The stock price has fallen 5.7% in the trailing five-day period.
Pinterest Stock Might Be an Option for Investors
On March 6, Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) stock fell 2.27% and closed at $18.51. Based on the last closing price, the company has a market cap of $10.6 billion.
Why Facebook Rejected Some of Trump’s 2020 Campaign Ads
The Trump campaign ads that Facebook removed asked people to participate in a survey or “census.” Facebook thought that the ads might confuse people.
Comparing Facebook and Pinterest Stocks in 2020
Facebook caused panic among Pinterest investors on Thursday. The company sparked a sell-off in Pinterest stock. As a result, the stock fell by 1.67%.
Is Pinterest Stock a ‘Sell’ before Its Q4 Earnings?
Pinterest stock is trending down in today’s trading session. The stock has fallen about 2.9% as of 10:28 AM ET. However, the stock rose 0.49% on Tuesday.
TikTok Downloads Confirm Facebook’s Fear
If anyone still doubted TikTok’s threat to Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), the latest Sensor Tower app download report should clear up the doubts.
How Pinterest, Twitter, Snap, and Facebook Stocks Compare
Facebook stock ranks among the best social media stocks in 2019. Strong earnings and subscriber growth have powered stock gains at Facebook and Snap.
Peloton Stock Gained Momentum Last Week
Peloton (PTON) shares rose close to 10% on Friday to close trading at $35.5 per share. The stock gained 21% in the last week that ended on November 29.
Pinterest Earnings: Revenue, Guidance Lag Estimates
Pinterest (PINS) stock fell 20% in extended trading on October 31 after the image-sharing company reported weak third-quarter earnings results.
Congress in Bid to Force Facebook to Help Snapchat
A Senate bill introduced this week could force Facebook (FB) to support the growth of rivals such as Snapchat. Let’s take a closer look.
Zoom Video and CRWD Lead Tech IPO Gains in 2019
Zoom Video is trading significantly higher than 2019’s other IPO debutants. Zoom stock had an offer price of $36 and is trading at $73.52—104% higher.
Facebook Confronts More Tax Issues in France
France wants to tap into social platforms to catch tax cheats, Bloomberg reports, and it may need Facebook’s (FB) help to do that.
Can Snap Stock Meet Cramer’s Expectations?
Snap (SNAP) stock’s performance has been unimpressive this month. As of Friday, the stock had gained only 1.2% month-to-date.
No Airbnb IPO in 2019: Are Unicorns Cursed?
In a very brief statement on September 19, Airbnb announced its intention to go public in 2020. The timing of the statement is interesting.
Facebook’s Privacy Troubles Spread to Instagram
Are Facebook’s privacy troubles spreading to Instagram? Reports detail privacy problems at Facebook’s star social app, Instagram.
Snap Stock: Should Investors Place Bets Now?
Snap stock rose 3% on Thursday and closed at $15.77. At the closing price of $15.31, Snap’s market capitalization is $21.8 billion.
Could WeWork Go Public at 50% Valuation?
Reports indicate that WeWork is looking to cut its valuation by over 50% to ease its upcoming IPO. WeWork was privately valued at $47 billion in January.
How the $5 Billion FTC Settlement Is Changing Facebook
Facebook (FB) is changing a popular feature of its flagship social network: photo tagging suggestions. This change follows a landmark FTC settlement.
Will Facebook’s Ad Business Benefit from Hidden Likes?
Facebook is considering an experiment to study the effects of hiding the Like counts on posts on its namesake social network.
Rising Zero-Click Searches Put Spotlight on Google’s Dominance
Zero-click searches on Google reached an all-time high of 50.3% in June. This finding could raise more questions about its dominance of the Internet search market.
Google Facing Fresh EU Antitrust Complaints
Close to two dozen job listing sites in Europe have complained to regulators about Google, which launched an online job search service two years ago.
Why Social Media Stocks TWTR, SNAP, and PINS Are Up
Major social media stocks Twitter (TWTR), Snap (SNAP), and Pinterest (PINS) have risen in the last month. Can they hold on to their gains?
Facebook Begins Acting On PG’s Complaints
Facebook (FB) is suing two Android app developers for generating invalid clicks for its advertisers and putting its reputation at risk.
Pinterest Stock Surged 15% after Strong Revenue Growth
Pinterest reported its second-quarter results after the closing bell yesterday. It soared over 15% in after-hours trading after it beat expectations.
Pinterest’s Q2 Results: What Should Investors Watch?
Pinterest’s Q2 results are scheduled to be released on Thursday. For fiscal 2019, Pinterest expects to report revenues of $1.06 billion–$1.08 billion.
The Impact of Facebook’s $5.0 Billion Fine
Facebook recently agreed to pay $5.0 billion to settle privacy violation charges by the Federal Trade Commission.
FTC Antitrust Probe: More Pain for Facebook?
The FTC isn’t finished with Facebook (FB) yet. On Wednesday, Facebook informed investors about the FTC antitrust probe, which started last month.
Snap Turnaround: Android Fix Is Doing Wonders
It may be too early to declare Snap’s turnaround complete based on the company’s spectacular second-quarter results alone.
Why DOJ Antitrust Review Is Bad News for Facebook
The US Justice Department has opened an antitrust review of America’s big technology companies.
Why Snap Sold Its Data Business
Snap (SNAP) has sold its location data business, Placed, to Foursquare, which sells location data and services to brands and other companies.
Facebook Expanding Instagram Monetization
Facebook’s (FB) Instagram is bringing ads to its Explore section, where people go to find fresh content that aligns with their interests.
Is Twitter’s Crackdown Backfiring?
Twitter (TWTR) has shut down or suspended millions of accounts in an attempt to tackle misinformation and harassment problems on its platform.
How Has CrowdStrike Stock Performed since Its IPO?
Cybersecurity company CrowdStrike went public on June 12. The company issued 18 million shares priced at $34, thereby raising $612 million in the public offering.
Pinterest’s Misinformation Crackdown Snowballs into Politics
An effort by Pinterest (PINS) to curb the flow of misinformation on its platform seems to be snowballing into a political debate. Pinterest has kicked off anti-abortion group Live Action from its platform, accusing it of promoting dangerous medical conspiracy theories.
PINS: After IPO Frenzy, Analysts Have Somber Expectations
Since the initial IPO frenzy, analysts have somber expectations for Pinterest. The stock has received a mean consensus target price of $28.
New IPO’s Getting Crushed Today
Recent IPO’s are piling up big losses as the market shifts to risk off rather dramatically.