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    I will be waiting for the calls
  • Video / 19 September 2016 at 7:13 GMT

    Google could go higher: Berger

    Serge Berger
    Serge Berger of TheSteadyTrader.com is looking to buy Google.

    Berger sees a potential breakout in Google and says that the long-term trend is to the upside.

    Berger is planning to buy Google on a break above $805 with a stop at $785. His target is $840.
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  • 06 September
    fxtime fxtime
    .....heavilly in his favour as he can average weight his trade. I am struggling with internet issues at present due to BT maintenance programme occurring around here...
    06 September
    augustus augustus
    The downside to taking a holiday lol. I look forward to your explanation on the SMAs. By the way your USDCAD setup is working flawlessly...
    06 September
    fxtime fxtime
    LOL....I still don't have any charting but my bank balance is up so I assume the usdcad has been generating an income so good news for you...
  • Editor’s Picks / 20 June 2016 at 5:43 GMT

    China will own the internet of cars

    Bloomberg
    A few weeks ago, Apple's Tim Cook was all smiles as he stepped into a sedan operated by Didi Chuxing. Apple had just invested $1 billion in the ridesharing company, and Cook was no doubt feeling satisfied. But he was probably also feeling relief at getting a piece of China's "internet of vehicles" before it was too late. Adam Minter writes that the phrase might be new, but the idea isn't. Car makers and tech companies have long dreamed of building internet-connected cars. And platforms such as Apple's CarPlay and Google's Android Auto are starting to make the concept a reality. But China is where the future of this technology will likely be charted. And in trying to compete there, foreign companies are facing a stark choice: partner up or be left behind.
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  • Video / 13 June 2016 at 14:04 GMT

    Google could buy Twitter: Garnry

    Peter Garnry
    Saxo Bank head of equity Peter Garnry says that Google is likely to acquire Twitter by the end of this year.

    Twitter has 350 millions users, but it has been a problem for the company to grow its user base. Nevertheless, Peter Garnry says that Twitter has managed to increase its cash flow profitability over the last 4-5 quarters and on a cashflow basis the company is improving rapidly.

    Perter Garnry says that it has been difficult for Google to create a social media space stronghold and for that reason he thinks Twitter would be a good fit for Google.
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    13 June
    fxtime fxtime
    Funny I always thought Yahoo were the ones who would pursue something like Twitter as Yahoo really need market presence (and Yahoo has substantial reserves to call...