I think it almost certainly trades about $100 in the next few weeks.
Let's look beyond the fundamentals.
Let's check out the charts.
Let's review the charts once again.
It is hard to become excited about the long side of the banking giant due to overhead resistance and a lack of aggressive buying of its shares.
PYPL looks to be on its way to the $120 area.
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Has demand finally overcome supply?
American Express has rebounded smartly from its December lows and looks set to move higher.
The steep declines over the past seven months make me much less critical of BLK's Q4 results.
Prices could test the declining 50-day simple moving average line very soon.
They may represent the single most attractive industry group in the S&P Index.
If one is betting on a sustained surge from Citi, bigger banks could be bullish bets.
Management has steered the story to its steep discount and the market is buying the narrative.
Is all banking GS or is this a buying opportunity for XLF?
PAYX could swing up or down in the short-run.
Let's see if a strengthening phase is coming.
But there is no catalyst right now, and there are so many other sectors with better prospects.
What's amazing to consider about Deutsche Bank is this was a triple-digit stock in 2008.
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
A flush of FX outflows threatens a breach of the 7 level vs. the dollar, and commodities will likely follow suit.
This name has significantly outperformed both the S&P 500 and the health care sector over the course of this awful month
If this train wreck happens, it could combine the worst elements of the last four stock market crashes.
Smaller stocks had outperformed large-caps for much of 2018, but now find themselves down for the year to date after a tough couple months.
But don't bet the bank, this is a risky one.
We saw strength (mostly) across the board in Wednesday night's earnings reports.
We are at the late end of the economic cycle, so trade disputes and fiscal easing now could easily cause the next recession.
The president's attempts to intimidate Jerome Powell probably won't impact Fed policy, with one possible exception.
Fed policy makers, research directors and the media seem clueless that the economy is slowing, not growing.
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