Timothy Green

Timothy Green


Tim writes about technology and consumer goods stocks for The Motley Fool. He's a value investor at heart, doing his best to avoid hyped-up nonsense.
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Why Shares of Sierra Wireless Jumped Today

The IoT company will add independent directors to its board.


Dow Jones News: Boeing to Restart Production; Procter & Gamble Sees Strong Demand

Some of Boeing's production facilities will be up and running next week, and organic sales growth for Procter & Gamble topped estimates.

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Sony Just Dealt GameStop a Body Blow

Expectations for the PlayStation 5 are being reeled in.


Dow Jones News: Apple Announces iPhone SE; Microsoft's JEDI Win Safe for Now

A $399 budget iPhone is being rolled out, and the Defense Department's watchdog found no evidence of interference in the JEDI award process.

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Dow Jones News: Goldman Sachs Builds Reserves; UnitedHealth Keeps Guidance

Goldman is the latest financial company to brace for bigger credit losses ahead, and UnitedHealth maintained its full-year outlook despite the pandemic.

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Dow Jones News: Johnson & Johnson Cuts Outlook; JPMorgan Chase Prepares for the Worst

The healthcare giant raised its dividend even as it slashed its guidance, and the megabank added billions of dollars to its reserves.

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3 Beaten-Down Stocks to Buy With Your Stimulus Check

If you've got your financial bases covered, investing your stimulus check isn't a bad idea.

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Why Shares of GameStop Jumped Today

A major investor boosted his stake in the struggling retailer.

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Dow Jones News: Iger Reportedly Running Disney; Caterpillar Downgraded

Disney's former CEO is apparently back in charge, and analysts see trouble ahead for Caterpillar.


Strong Demand for Intel, but It May Not Last

The boom in remote working is great news for the chip giant. At least for now.

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Dow Jones News: Disney+ Hits 50 Million Subscribers; Massive Surge in Microsoft Teams Usage

Disney is taking the streaming market by storm, and the popularity of Microsoft's collaboration app rocketed higher in March.

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Dow Jones News: McDonald's Suffers Steep Sales Decline; Analysts Wrangle Over Apple

McDonald's pulled its guidance after sales plunged in March, and Apple price targets are on the move.

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Dow Jones News: ExxonMobil Cuts Spending; Baseball Could Return to TV in May

Exxon is slashing investments and reducing operating costs amid the pandemic, and Disney's ESPN may have live sports to air as early as next month.


2 Social-Distancing Stocks to Avoid

These companies may benefit from stay-at-home orders for a while, but that doesn't make them good long-term investments.

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Dow Jones News: IBM's New CEO Starts Today; Walmart Limits Customers in Stores

IBM will focus on hybrid cloud under CEO Arvind Krishna, and Walmart is taking steps to keep its employees and customers safer.


Here's Why I Try to Avoid Chinese Stocks

The first fraud to come to light in the pandemic era was a high-flying Chinese coffee chain.

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Dow Jones News: Disney Furloughs Workers; 3M Defends Exports; Boeing Loses a Big Order

Disney's parks aren't opening anytime soon, 3M comes under fire from the president, and Boeing lost a huge order.

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Dow Jones News: Walgreens Pulls Guidance; Boeing Offers Employee Buyouts

The pharmacy chain expects some pain after an initial period of boosted sales, and Boeing looks to avoid layoffs.

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Why Shares of Criteo Jumped Today

The company pulled its guidance and will see a revenue hit from the pandemic, but the stock still managed to rise.

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Why Shares of BlackBerry Slumped Today

Earnings beat expectations, but sales fell a bit short.