The world’s biggest tech companies have opened their financial books for the year. From Amazon and Apple to Facebook and Alphabet, the industry’s giants have reported their quarterly earnings, with results ranging from big gains to big losses, as Kerry Alexandra reports. We are joined by Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners in New York, and TRT World Editor-at-Large Craig Copetas in Paris.
If you thought 2017’s computer security breaches at Yahoo and credit scoring firm, Equifax were worrying, news of the latest online vulnerabilities are positively terrifying. Researchers say almost every chip in the world -whether it’s in a computer, smartphone or other device- may be open to hackers who want to steal your personal information. Usmaan Lone reports and Santosh Rao, head of research firm Manhattan Venture Partners, joins us with his analysis.
Santosh Rao, Head of Research, Manhattan Venture Partners joins us to talk about BlackBerry’s latest quarter.
The first bitcoin future trades kicked off with a bang, some analysts say its futures pricing suggested investors see price increases moderating. Fred Katayama reports.
Broadcom is bidding for what could be the biggest tech deal in history. The US company offered $130B to buy rival chipmaker Qualcomm with around 75 percent offered in cash. A merger would make it the world’s 3rd biggest chipmaker after Samsung and Intel. Analysis by Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners Santosh Rao.
Cannot get enough of House of Cards, Narcos and Stranger Things? Well, get ready to pay more for the privilege of watching them because Netflix is raising its prices. While subscribers may be annoyed over having to dig a little deeper into their pockets, investors seem to love the idea. Head of Research, Manhattan Venture Partners, Santosh Rao joins us to discuss whether the move makes business sense for Netflix.
The new chief executive of Uber Technologies will meet the head of Transport for London next week to try to retain the license for its ride hailing service in the British capital. Fred Katayama reports.
Apple rolled out its much-anticipated iPhone X with a $999 price tag, but investors sent the company’s stock down. Santosh Rao reports.
Blue Apron may not be a big company. But the US-based meal kit delivery service has come to represent much of the excitement surrounding the tech sector and a lot of what is wrong with it. Investors worry it will face intense competition from Amazon which has purchased the Whole Foods supermarket chain. For more, Santosh Rao, the Head of Research at the Manhattan Venture Partners, joins us from New York.
Manhattan Venture Partners’ Santosh Rao says Snap now faces a greater urgency to show it can monetize its business model after missing the mark twice.
Talks to merge India’s two biggest e-commerce companies have collapsed. Snapdeal has called off talks to be bought by bigger rival Flipkart. Snapdeal struggles to make a profit and says that has an alternative plan to turn itself around. Analysis by Santosh Rao, the Head of Research at the Manhattan Venture Partners.
It isn’t easy for a company the size of Microsoft to change course. But it looks like it could be pulling off such a feat. It’s latest earnings have beaten market expectations. Profits rose 13 percent in the fourth quarter. And that growth has been driven by a relatively new business – cloud computing services. Let’s take a closer look. Interview with Santosh Rao, the Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners.
Tech stocks have taken a beating on US markets, posting their worst performance in a year. And the tech-heavy Nasdaq has taken the biggest hit. For more on this, the Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners Santosh Rao joins us from New York.
Santosh Rao comments on Alphabet as the stock nears $1000
Wal-Mart held its annual shareholders meeting, a day after the company said it’s testing a program that allows store workers to deliver packages to customers to better compete with Amazon. Fred Katayama reports.
Santosh Rao gives his take on Take-Two Interactive after their quarterly earnings report.
It’s one of the hottest tech companies to float on the US stock market in years. Snap Inc, the company behind the smartphone app Snapchat, raised $3.4 billion in its market debut. However, there are concerns as some analysts say the company is overvalued. Al Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo reports from New York City.
What is Snap’s fair valuation? Santosh Rao of Manhattan Venture Partners weighs in.
Santosh Rao of Manhattan Venture Partners says the Snap IPO could “open the floodgate” for more IPOs to come.
Manhattan Venture Partners’ head of research Santosh Rao joins BNN to discuss Amazon earnings as they report after the closing bells.
Santosh Rao elaborates on the winners and losers of 2017 and who will become the titans of the growth of the Tech sector.
BlackBerry is boosting its full-year forecast as it moves forward with a transition plan to become a software leader. Santosh Rao, head of research, Manhattan Venture Partners says near-term BlackBerry remains a “show me” story, but that there’s great long-term potential and that the company’s move to a software-centric model is progressing well.
Santosh Rao comments on the the Trump Rally and where he believes the tech sector is going.
Santosh Rao speaks on CNBC Arabia about Amazon Go
Samsung shares have fallen 8 per cent today over continued headlines about the Note 7 catching fire. Manhattan Venture Partners’ Max Wolff joins BNN to discuss what kind of impact Samsung’s Note 7 recall will have on its bottom line and how the company can possibly repair its reputation with consumers.
Stocks have had a decent first three quarters. Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management discuss what the fourth could bring…
Santosh Rao, Head of Research, Manhattan Venture Partners discusses BlackBerry’s profit results and his outlook for the company’s software business.
The company that once dominated the smartphone market will outsource development of the devices. Fred Katayama reports.
Volatility expectations have slid recently. Nicholas Colas of Convergex and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Seema Mody.
Are healthcare stocks set to have a volatile October? Nicholas Colas of Convergex and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Seema Mody.
How might the first presidential debate affect the market? Nicholas Colas of Convergex and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Seema Mody.
Yahoo says at least 500 million accounts were hacked in 2014. Fred Katayama reports.
Rich Ross, Evercore ISI, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, discuss the moves in the biotech sector with Brian Sullivan.
Apple is no longer the innovative, growth company it once was but has become a “solid” value company, shareholder Danilo Kawasaki said Wednesday.
Max Wolff provides a commentary on the upcoming Apple event
The VIX-tracking (VXX) is down 55 percent this year. Is there still value in the volatility play? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Chad Morganlander of Stifel Nicolaus discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Gold has fallen to its lowest level since the British Brexit vote. So what’s next? With Chad Morganlander, Stifel Nicolaus, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners.
Ameera talks to Manhattan Venture Partner’s Max Wolff about why Apple is having a hard time breaking into India, the world’s third largest smartphone market.
What does the rise of passive investing mean for the market? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Erin Gibbs of S&P Global discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ equity chief investment officer, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist, share their takes on the S&P Homebuilders ETF, as well as housing in general.
Ameera sits down with Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, to talk about Apple.
On the heels of Toronto’s decision to allow Uber to operate as a private contracting service, BNN’s Catherine Murray speaks to Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners chats about how incumbents are losing out in a fast-changing economy.
Apple is ‘still a cash machine,’ strategist says. Even as Apple shares surge to multi-month highs, strategist Max Wolff sees further gains ahead.
Financials now ‘almost as lousy as energy’: Economist. Financials are stuck in a miniscule range. Will the banks see a breakout? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Oppenheimer’s Ari Wald discuss the sector with Brian Sullivan.
Here’s your new August playbook: Oppenheimer analyst. Investors may have little incentive to rotate out of cyclical sectors, says Oppenheimer’s Ari Wald. He and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Brian Sullivan.
BNN – Apple’s latest quarter buys time to work on next big thing: Tech analyst. Apple sold more iPhones than analysts expected, sending shares up 7 per cent in pre-market trading. But Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners says there are still too many unanswered questions about the future of Apple for him to be bullish on the stock just yet.
Santosh Rao, Head of research, Manhattan Venture Research joins BNN for a look at what to expect out of Netflix earnings. He also explains why he thinks that the company is being faced with significant headwinds.
Max Wolff from Manhattan Venture Partners chatting the Line IPO. Investors will have another chance to see just how strong the market’s appetite for hot startups will be when Line, a Japanese social media messaging app that competes with Facebook -owned WhatsApp, goes public in New York and Tokyo.
China’s Shenzhen index closed outside of bear market territory for the first time in a year. Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Erin Gibbs of S&P Global discuss what this could mean for investors with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC: Will U.S. Treasury yields go negative? Yields on German and Japanese bonds have fallen below zero – are U.S. Treasurys next? Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC: The long-term bullish bets on Apple. Apple’s shares have seen a lot of long-term options buyers of late. Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss whether the tech giant is worth betting on with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC: The VIX and gold have jumped over the past week, but stocks are more or less flat. Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC: Where are the best places to put your money? Erin Gibbs, S&P Global, likes health care, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, looks at financials.
CNBC: The market could be poised for a breakout – or not. Rich Ross of Evercore ISI and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners debate.
CNBC: The two sectors that could drive the market. The market could be poised for a breakout – or not. Rich Ross of Evercore ISI and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners debate.
Brian Blair, Grays Peak Capital Principal, and Max Wolff, Chief Economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, debate whether investors should follow Warren Buffett into Apple stock.
Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners Chief Economist, and Jonathan Krinsky, MKM Partners Chief Market Technician, discuss the S&P 500 with Brian Sullivan.
The social media giant is rejecting claims it deliberately mutes politically conservative news.
Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawasaki, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, discuss GoPro as their latest quarterly results are reported.
Kim Forrest, Portfolio Manager at Fort Pitt Capital Group, and Max Wolff, Chief Economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, discuss the gains in the gold market with CNBC’s Kayla Tausche.
Tech stocks are still down 20 percent from their tech bubble highs. Kim Forrest of Fort Pitt Capital and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Courtney Reagan.
What’s an investor to buy in a tepid economic environment? Fort Pitt Capital’s Kim Forrest and Manhattan Venture Partners’ Max Wolff discuss with Courtney Reagan.
Barron’s says Apple could hit $150 in a year. Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, and Ari Wald, Oppenheimer, provide perspective.
Max Wolff and Stacey Gilbert call the next move for stocks in this conversation with Brian Sullivan.
Why is the market shrugging off political risk? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Stacey Gilbert of Susquehanna discuss with Brian Sullivan.
A look at the conventional advice to “never short a dull tape,” with Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners, Stacey Gilbert of Susquehanna, and Brian Sullivan.
CNBC’s Dominic Chu and Manhattan Venture Partners Chief Economist Max Wolff discuss Google’s place in the cloud following a Wall Street Journal report that it’s scored a deal…
Manhattan Venture Partners’ Chief Economist talks about the Fed’s decision to keep rates on hold, and the outlook for interest rates. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Manhattan Venture Partners’ Chief Economist talks about the Fed’s decision to keep rates on hold, and the outlook for interest rates. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Is more downside ahead for bank stocks? Dennis Davitt and Max Wolff discuss with Susan Li.
Have “safe” sectors become overbought? Erin Gibbs of S&P Investment Advisory and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss with Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Max Wolff, Chief Economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, chats on the uproar around the Apple encryption battle with the US Government
February 24, 2016 – Santosh Rao, Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners talking US markets overview and technology trends
Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners chatting with Dominic Chu on Google’s ‘next generation’ Atlas which appears to be turningheads
The surge in gold has also boosted gold mining stocks, with the gold miners ETF (GDX) gaining more than 22 percent year to date. But between stocks and physical gold, Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners said the precious metal should make a better buy.
What will shine in a world of negative yields? Dennis Davitt and Max Wolff discuss with Susan Li.
CNN – February 8, 2016 – Although tech stocks are tumbling, economist Max Wolff foresees a short list of global tech giants being around for years to come.
Nightly Business Report, Alphabet posts strong earnings and has the new title of most valuable public company. And, the wild card for the oil market may not be what you think.
“The economy doesn’t look as bad as the stock market right now, but that’s a flip side of the fact that the stock market has looked a whole lot better than the economy for about six years,” Wolff said Wednesday on CNBC’s “Power Lunch.”
International sanctions against Iran officially lifted over the weekend. Ameera David weighs in. Then, Ameera sits down with Marin Katusa – chairman of Katusa Research – to talk about oil.
After the break, Bianca Facchinei takes a look at the Flint water crisis.
Max Wolff from Manhattan Venture Partners talking on CNBC Trading Nation.
Manhattan Venture Partners Chief Economist Max Wolff and TradingAnalysis.com‘s Todd Gordon discuss whether Apple’s recent downtrend should reverse.
David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy’s chief executive officer, and Max Wolff, a Manhattan Venture Partners partner, discuss what an economic slowdown in China means for tech. They speak with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
How much of a game changer is Apple Pay? Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist, and Hans Morris NYCA, discuss the mobile pay ecosystem and why Apple Pay will succeed where others failed.
What will the Apple Watch mean for the company and the stock? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discusses with Brian Sullivan
Apple’s big secret is out, and that’s good: Analyst
CCTV America’s Michelle Makori asked the Chief Economist at Manhattan Venture Partners Max Wolff some questions about the Apple watch.
Max talks to CNBC about the new watch.
Santosh Rao, Head of Research, Manhattan Venture Partners joins BNN for a look at whether SnapChat can keep its place as social media’s next big thing, and if it’s really worth $19 billion.
Tech stocks are rallying despite a slow start to the year. Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, and Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawasaki CEO, share their forecast for the year. Gerber says Apple should buy GoPro.
CCTV America’s Michelle Makori interviewed Max Wolff, chief economist of Manhattan Venture Partners.
Max Wolff discussing Box’s recent Initial Public Offering.
Oil Economics and Global Macro Economy.
Max Wolff Interview with RT International on Saudi Budget and Oil Prices.
Max Wolff joins The Close to offer his take on BlackBerry’s new device, the Classic.
Talking about the tech sector, Santosh Rao, head of research at Manhattan Venture Partners gives his predictions on whether tech IPOs will thrive in 2015.
Head of Research at Manhattan Venture Partners, Santosh Rao, says he expects a “solid beat” in this quarter’s results, with Alibaba’s basic fundamentals coming in strong.
Max Wolff says that while Facebook’s user base is impressive and mobile growth is strong, some of its acquisitions may not age well.
Discussing competition in the cloud and what it will take to win the crowded space, with Ben Parr, DominateFund, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners.
Max Wolff on RT China has surpassed the US in terms of GDP based on purchasing power parity, becoming the largest in the world by this measure, International Monetary Fund estimates show.
Max Wolff, Chief Economist, Manhattan Venture Partners, talks about BlackBerry earnings and lists what’s going good, bad and ugly for the company.
CNN’s Maggie Lake and Chief Economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, Max Wolff, discuss the economic forecast of Alibaba.
CNN’s Maggie Lake talks to Max Wolff about the pros and cons of buying Alibaba stock during the upcoming IPO.
Santosh Rao of Manhattan Venture Partners covering the upcoming Alibaba Group IPO.
Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk’s Drew Bernstein, Manhattan Venture Partners’ Max Wolff and Bloomberg’s Leslie Picker discuss Alibaba’s IPO roadshow with Pimm Fox on “Taking Stock.” Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson also comments.
Summary: Alibaba sales roar 46 percent ahead of highly anticipated stock market debut; Tiffany gains on demand for lower-priced jewelry; Falling rifle sales hurt Smith and Wesson; Wall Street was little changed after records. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Max Wolff, chief economist at Manhattan Venture Partners, talks about Snapchat’s $10 billion valuation, who could buy it, and why it may make more sense to go public. Bobbi Rebell reports. This content is owned by Reuters.
Max Wolff – On NBR talking Apple’s acquisition of Beats Audio.
Economist Max Wolff talks to CNN’s Maggie Lake about the expectations for Alibaba and how the slowdown in the Chinese economy has affected them.