Look for the stock to run to $150 before the launch of Disney+.
eSports are the future, and a company like HUYA with its pulse on the community can benefit greatly.
RVLV has had a really nice run since its IPO and should continue to dig into Nordstrom's market share.
This cloud name has avoided the big hit many others have taken.
The company that's become a poster-child for scooping up private data is likely to benefit from launching its own cryptocurrency.
FNKO's tightly coiled weekly chart is poised to pop.
KL is off to the races with the pop in gold.
The IT consulting firm shows consistency and profitability.
The FOMC simply must act in order to make some kind of sentient attempt to repair the yield curve.
Applying a less than normal 16x multiple to FY 2020's estimate would justify a move to $285 by FedEx's stock price over the next 12 to 18 months. Total return could exceed 80% on this very blue-chip name.
This is a business that has room for two to three main players.
Tesla's promises may be losing cred, but the daily setup on the chart looks interesting -- and would be more so with a management change.
The party's over for the go-to spot of the 1990s, but at this week's low, there's a strategy for getting in on the action.
This softness in energy pricing, though not good for the oil patch, and certainly a negative for the railroads, will help in two ways.
The more I look at this market worldwide, the more I think bonds are going to rally.
Luckin Coffee's strategy of getting Chinese drinkers hooked on java makes the company good for an aggressive play.
Natural gas, specifically, has been a trader's market, not a place for long-term investments.
Let's keep it going with Facebook calls.
I am no longer as eager to sell these shares as when I discussed this merger pre-opening.
The move last week in OLED appears as though it triggered a breakout on both the daily and weekly charts.
Growth and profitability are a great complement to a recent IPO and Tencent Music has both.
Until there's a break in the technical picture, my view is to look long rather than short.
I would like to own a piece of this firm. The problem for me is the short position.
My primary way to add some additional 'dry powder' to energy on declines is via buy-write option orders.
As of now, the schedule of tariffs on Mexico that would begin at 5% this Monday has not changed.
Here's how I'd play the House of Mouse, which is firing on all cylinders.
Solar has been running hot in spite of tariff threats and falling oil prices.
The key to BYND's growth is fast food.
Here's the problem I see from 10,000 feet.
Given the price action in the stock, I believe that forward pricing is only starting.