The sporting goods retailer disappoints with its bottom-line results, but it isn't a train wreck and the drop in its stock should present an opportunity to buy.
The outpouring of love for Nvidia set off a rally up and down Wall Street on Monday. At least that's how it looked at surface level.
And this trader is betting against the retail sector -- including against Walmart specifically -- via options plays.
The odd timing of the cybersecurity giant's earnings release created concern, but the outcome was largely better than expected.
Here's why we think risk/reward is now shifting favorably this week for stocks to rise.
It's the dog days of summer, but we have lots of news flow that should provide some volatility this week.
Better than expected economic performance is supposed to be a good thing. Right? Maybe. Maybe not.
Rising yields have exacerbated the usual challenges associated with August.
I think the firm, facing a sort of fiscal cliff this year, could have prepared better, given the massive free cash flow year to date.
This is almost a 'defensive' tech play. The risk/reward proposition is well balanced.