Shoe giant seems poised to break $100 a share, and here's a great call play to make.
I consider it some kind of miracle that the larger economy has hung in there, and to a far lesser degree, so has BA's stock.
JD.com separates itself from other e-commerce competitors by controlling its inventory and logistics.
I don't expect BBBY's recent post-earnings rally to last.
I do not like to chase, though there is now at least a possibility that there could be an attempt made to fill the gap created by the selloff in July.
Partnership with Toys R Us will improve Target's dominance in the category.
I prefer to focus on companies for which I have some familiarity. That's a personal rule.
Though CSCO has tried to transition into a growth name, the stock remains a value play.
Why I'm leaning toward a trade in the former cannabis darling.
Let's use Roku as an illustration of the benefits of cash-secured ratio puts spreads.
BABA's China-driven declines have been buying opportunities.
SDC is being valued at the same multiple as competitors with significantly slower growth.
Is there room for three names in the workplace communication sector?
Commissions do cut into the customer's profits, so now with that removed we may see trading come alive even more with options.
The focus now should be on the $65 level.
The streaming service is going to be a home run.
I have absolutely no interest in this stock until we have a handle on supply and demand after the lock-up expires.
Perhaps the greatest risk of all is that of systemic complexity, and this is as close to an unknowable risk as there is.
Apple might be setting up for a new all-time high, and this is a forgone conclusion if the market makes another leg higher.
The chart on Chewy is one ugly mutt, there's no denying it, but the price action turned this week.
I think that one needs to take a diversified approach to not just wealth preservation, but the preservation of one's standard of living.
These guys are going to make a lot of money by moving to this route.
October is a scary month, but the cloud sector had its comeuppance during September.
In a challenging market, this is a name I'd be comfortable holding.
What stocks to own in a tough environment for equities? PEP is one of those names.
Bonds are an interesting trade right now.
It's tough to get overly aggressive, but if the company should fall, say another 25%, it might be too hard for growth investors to pass up.
Camping World and American Airlines have had tough years but looks like call option candidates as their prospects improve.
Several factors could set us up for a bounce play in a grossly oversold name.
What may be more important than actual financial performance for this quarter will be active user growth.