Articles About TV Appearances

What to Do Now After Apple’s Big Announcements

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

Western Digital’s late bid on Toshiba’s chip unit complicates the already troubled former electronics giant just ahead of a key shareholders’ meeting. Even with a sale, Toshiba might not remain solvent into 2019. Its operations, turnaround plan, and very identity going forward remain unconvincing.

Can Rising eBay Actually Deliver to Shareholders?

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

On the surface, eBay Inc. seems to be flying again with 25% stock gains so far this year and 171 million registered users behind it. But should investors buy on eBay now? Our own Michael A. Robinson talks to CNBC‘s The Rundown about whether it actually has a plan to execute on the expectations that drove the stock price rise or to compete with the likes of Amazon Prime.

New Bid on Toshiba Chip Unit Puts Heat on Management

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

Western Digital’s late bid on Toshiba’s chip unit complicates the already troubled former electronics giant just ahead of a key shareholders’ meeting. Even with a sale, Toshiba might not remain solvent into 2019. Its operations, turnaround plan, and very identity going forward remain unconvincing.

Direct From the Epicenter of Legal Marijuana Investing

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

My team and I are here in Oakland, Calif. – and the Golden State Warriors clinching the NBA Championship Monday night isn’t the only big news.

Vincente Fox, former president of Mexico, is getting ready to take the stage at the Fourth Annual Cannabis Business Summit & Expo – the epicenter of the business, technology, and politics of legal marijuana.

And there’s a palpable buzz in the air.

But lucky for you folks, Fox has already debriefed with a small group of us before his scheduled remarks…

Apple Wants Control of Your Home – What That Means for the Stock

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

Yesterday’s big tech news was Apple Inc.’s reveal of HomePod. That’s a voice-activated speaker with which you can talk to Siri and control your home – entertainment, climate, lights, etc. Will that be the impetus behind Apple shares’ next leg up? Michael let us know what he thinks last night on CNBC World. Check it out by clicking here.

How Snap Stock Is a Lot Like Facebook’s

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

While Wall Street‘s punishment of Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) following its disappointing first-ever quarterly report was overly harsh, that doesn’t mean most investors should buy in – yet.

Michael made one of his frequent appearances on Fox Business Network to explain why that’s so. And he let host Neil Cavuto know exactly which investors should consider buying Snap now. Is that you? Watch the video to find out.

Watch it here.

Toshiba Poised to Double Down on Its Bad Moves

1 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

“Shame on you!” Toshiba Corp. shareholders were shouting at Thursday’s shareholders meeting in Japan. “You are liars!”

And they were right.

As I told you when we named Toshiba the No. 1 Tech Turkey of 2017 early this year, this company’s management has absolutely no credibility. Has their nuclear power business decisions lost shareholders $6 billion… $9 billion… more? We don’t know.

And now they’re about to make another huge mistake. So late last week, I appeared on CNBC World’s The Rundown to help explain what’s going on over there.

Watch it here.

Three Top Plays Going Into CES 2017

6 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

If you’re a gadget fan – if you like drones, cutting-edge virtual reality displays, or self-driving cars – then this is your week. That’s because the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – which officially kicks off on Thursday – is already getting started.

Samsung, LG, Sony, and Panasonic will be there… showing off their latest HDR and 4K TV sets.

And most of the major car companies will be showing off the latest self-driving and connected-car technologies. Of course, those driverless cars won’t be the only “rideables” in Las Vegas — there’ll also be fun stuff, like hoverboards and scooters.

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Cisco’s Defensive Moves Are No Cure-All

1 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

It hurts when the technology you built your business on starts to drag you down. And that’s just what’s happening at Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO), which reported a 2.6% drop in quarterly revenue last week. The drop came from lessening demand for Cisco’s switches, its chief legacy product. Cisco does have a restructuring plan, however, including cost cuts, layoffs, strategic acquisitions, and repositioning itself toward a cloud model.

Not so fast, Michael told CNBC World listeners late last week. “You can’t cut your way to growth,” he says. And moving a hardware-based business to the cloud is going to cost a lot more and take a lot longer than anyone else thinks. Michael graded Cisco’s quarterly report a “C to C- quarterly” – and so it’s not on his “Buy” list right now. What legacy tech business also reorienting itself toward the cloud model is? Watch the video below to find out.