Traders should be aware that there are a number of favorite tech plays that will be reporting results after Tuesday's close.
Let's compare four crypto-related exchange-traded funds to see which is the best bet for mining profits.
Let's check the charts on this Michael Saylor-helmed bitcoin play.
Monday's trading action reminded me of a quiet bus ride into the mayhem.
This looks like a market pricing in a recession/policy mistake.
Keep your seat belts low and tight, here's where we may be headed.
What are cryptocurrencies worth, really? Not the hype price, but what do they do? What are they good for?
In plain English, professional money was active on the sell side of the market on Monday, as the indexes broke their May lows.
But is it a buy?
When the whole world sees nothing but upside in one place, beware.
The cryptocurrency market has gone from greed to fear
MSTR has been the leading public company investor in Bitcoin, a position furthered through the issuance of Bitcoin-backed term debt.
Something is going on behind the scenes, and I am back to very nervous on risk, including bonds and commodities, not just stocks.
Importantly, bitcoin has broken the lows of May 2021.
This is the worst confluence of economic events in decades.
So much for all of those genius economists that told you a 'recession' just wasn't in the data.
Inflation is boiling and the expectations for hikes will skyrocket. But here are my real worries as I try not to talk myself out of buying at these prices.
The last place to invest is in assets where valuation is difficult to ascertain.
Plus, to survive in this market you must be a jack of all trades and understand both the fundamental and technical sides of the investing coin.
I am very concerned about crypto and its impact on broader markets.
This week's earnings focus will be on the retailers with rivals such as Walmart and Target, as well as Home Depot and Lowe's reporting.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
This might not end well.
Here's my thinking on the Nasdaq, bonds, energy, commodities and crypto right now.
Here's what you should be prepared for.
I found two very interesting takeaways from Monday's sharp market reversal.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
I am digging for some interesting setups.
Some of the most ferocious rallies seem to occur during bear markets. Was this just one more bear market rally?
Professionally managed capital not only participated heavily on Monday, the pros showed some aggregate fear.