Our team at Blue Line Capital, led by founder Bill Baruch, shares their expertise and unique market perspective.
Bill Baruch joined CNBC's Halftime Report with AbbVie as his final trade. The company is replacing blockbuster drug sales from Humira, and hedge fund managers are very short on the name, setting the stage for potential upside heading into 2024.
Bill Baruch shares his outlook for Adobe after the company introduced a slew of new artificial intelligence tools creators can utilize.
After Domino's Pizza announced a set of new initiatives at the company's investor day, investors are eyeing a rise in revenue growth, spurred by a new loyalty program and partnership with Uber Eats.
After China's real estate market problems for the better part of the last 2 years, China's copper import data is improving. Bill Baruch shares how China's demand matters for Southern Copper's stock price.
After Alphabet launched its direct competitor to OpenAI's ChatGPT, Gemini, investors have gotten enthusiastic about the company's ability to compete in AI. Bill Baruch shares his thoughts on the stock and what it means for investors.
Dominos has terrific online presence. And the loyalty program which they rolled out in September, is a new one. We've seen an uptick in search results and since the middle of September.
Ahead of Nvidia's earnings report after the closing bell on Tuesday, Bill Baruch shares his preview and what to look out for when the company reports.
After Salesforce has been dealing with activist campaigns and a challenging integration of Slack into the company's ecosystem of applications, Bill Baruch joined CNBC's Halftime Report to share his outlook on the company.
After a strong earnings report from Ross Stores and Target, Bill Baruch shares his outlook on the consumer and what it means for the retail sector at large.
Bill Baruch shares his outlook for the semiconductor sector as the stocks from Micron to Western Digitals have performed well in recent weeks. With the prospect of heading into a stable growth & inflation regime, Bill shares what it means for the industry.