The good news is, the design software king’s stock has been on a roll. The better news is that it's still cheap.
What companies could the tech giant buy with its massive cash pile?
The software design stalwart is coming off a strong quarter, and management is expecting more of the same ahead.
The design software king hasn’t won over pundits, but there are a few reasons investors should take a good, hard look.
We talk value investing in tech to follow up our P/E episode on growth investing. Analyst John Rotonti explains some key metrics and discusses a few companies he really likes in the tech space.
Both stocks suffered downgrades this morning, but the damage doesn't end there.
Investors were less than impressed with the software king’s latest earnings, and that translates to a great opportunity.
Of course a stock buyback doesn't look good to Wall Street. Their investing time horizon is too different from yours or mine.
Investors shouldn't pay much attention to recent supply-chain rumors purporting to predict iPhone 7 demand.
This platform has been dying for years. Apple delivered the lethal poison, and now Google is simply cremating what remains.