On today’s edition of Rob Black’s Winners & Losers, financial expert Rob Black talks with KRON4’s James Fletcher about home sales, car sales, and YouTube.
Rob also answers the viewer question, “Should I hold on to my Amazon.com stock?”
YouTube is worth $140B by itself: Apparently every minute, more than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube, which is worth $140 billion by itself according to a bullish Alphabet analyst.
Could Lyft’s IPO spell out endgame for cars? Lyft founders Logan Green and John Zimmer believe car ownership is in a decline and they want to help it die, they write in their S-1 filing.
New home sales rise, home prices set to shrink: According to Reuters, sales of new U.S. single-family homes rose to a 7-month high in December. The trade dispute between the United States and China is among the factors that analysts say will contribute to slower economic growth this year.
- SAN FRANCISCO RENT HITS NEW HIGH, MOST EXPENSIVE IN US
- GROWING NUMBER OF HOMEOWNERS MOVING OUT OF BAY AREA
- AMERICA’S MOST POPULAR NATIONAL PARK IS IN THE BAY AREA
- TEEN ALLEGEDLY ADMITS TO SPIKING STEPDAD’S DRINK WITH SEDATIVES
- 5-YEAR-OLD BOY CALLS POLICE ON ‘MOMO CHALLENGE’