Stock picking matters and winning stocks are right under your noses every day.
Also, there's reason to turn J&J's one shot jab into a two shot vaccine just like the rest.
It makes sense to buy things that are undervalued and sell things that are overvalued, but take the temperature of all markets at all times.
Bond yields continue to fall as worries about slowing growth replace inflation fears.
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The greenback has maintained a higher level of relative strength versus its peer reserve currencies than I would have thought.
Trading will continue to slow as we approach the long weekend.
Has Tesla woken up? Is Shack back? Can Bitcoin shake the blues?
Here are names that I'm slowly accumulating right now.
The digital currency is trading in an area of support, which makes a trade possible provided a buyer puts in a tight stop to minimize risk.
Fear, uncertainty and doubt often create ideal buying opportunities when the narrative is truly false, but can cost you a lot of money when it is true.
Boeing Co. and Grayscale Bitcoin Trust are the issues in the crosshairs.
Higher interest rates won't kill the market, but they will shift what works best.
MSTR looks ready now for renewed gains.
I'm looking for entries on pullbacks, but we may need to get past economic news before trading heats up.
The best thing we can do is manage our risk and keep our portfolio from a position of blowing up when this does end.
Most had thought that Bitcoin was impenetrable - that holding crypto in your own wallet was fail safe.
I would not invest in MSTR with my money and I could not recommend that you do so with yours.
Plus, questioning MicroStrategy Inc.'s plans to sell a bundle of debt to add to its Bitcoin long position.
This strength in select small-caps should continue to be a theme for the next few weeks.
I remain manifestly bearish on both stocks (value, growth and meme), bonds, Bitcoin and NFTs.
The themes involve inflation, fiscal stimulus, cryptocurrency and whether we're at peak growth.
Probably the best news right now is that individual stock picking has improved.
Seasonally adjusted data, always suspect, has never meant less than now, when there really is no historical comparison -- to anything
It will be interesting to watch crypto while equity markets are closed for three days.
There's one name I've added to today.
There's a big short interest in the name, pushing into double-digits.
With the Memorial Day weekend at hand, it appears that the market already is beginning to lose some energy.
The use case for crypto has dropped dramatically in the past week.