Earn your stripes in this market by listening to Carl Spackler, John Winger and Dr. Peter Venkman.
That doesn't mean we'll move straight up over the summer, but we'll get plenty of virus, China, stimulus, cannabis, and unemployment chatter.
The best approach is to trade and stay vigilant.
Beijing has given up playing the game of pretending that Hong Kong is governing itself. You could potentially be charged under the city's new national-security law.
The market may be down but, once again, the decline's about the White House getting re-tough on China.
Political games of smoke and mirrors are making Asian trades look risky, but there may be another opportunity sprouting up.
It's time for greater recognition of Taiwan as the independent state that it is, and time to push China on that front instead of trade.
An updated technical strategy for BABA.
Apple, Qualcomm, Cisco and Boeing are all named in the firing line as China prepares defenses against U.S. Commerce Department attack.
Why not push China on Taiwan, Xinjiang and Hong Kong, with Australia among the unusually frank voices chiding China? The trade deal will have to wait.
If the U.S. has evidence that a lab accident caused Covid-19, fine. Let's see it. Chinese shares recovered from a trade war hiccup after their holiday.
Let's review the charts once again.
Stocks in Hong Kong sold off on Monday while China enjoys a five-day weekend, a Labour Day with its roots in a U.S. riot.
The global nature of the Covid-19 crisis is clear in a filing in Delaware chancery court, as financing for flashy real estate deals has dried up.
India's drugmakers aim to manufacture generic versions of any coronavirus 'cure', even before the full findings as to how effective they are.
The Hong Kong authorities used the coronavirus shutdown as an opportunity to round up the city's most-prominent pro-democracy figures. Beijing's underlings in the city will apparently stop at nothing.
The first-quarter figures are the first to come out from around the world, though many nations surely will post similarly bad numbers.
Continue to hold longs that were previously recommended.
I warned when Luckin Coffee went public in May 2019 that the story was too good to be true. It was.
Several U.S. companies could benefit as Wuhan and the rest of China appear to open for business.
Unfortunately, we have to operate under the principle of where there's smoke, there's fire.
Mainland Chinese shares have halved their losses for the year, even as questions about China's body count swirl.
Slowing infections in South Korea and stimulus in Singapore and Japan pushed stocks higher Monday, but tighter restrictions will hurt Asia's economies.
Where there is pain there is also opportunity.
With Tokyo's coronavirus case count accelerating, investors are bracing themselves in case the still-bustling capital goes into lockdown.
All three are names that can survive if the shelter-in-place order in various areas in the United States extends post-Easter, and they'll benefit beyond COVID-19.
Let's check out the BABA charts.
It's a paradigm shift that all started with Zoom and Cisco's Webex.
The gist of the Q3 earnings release, at least my personal take, would be that the overview has a positive, or optimistic feel.
There are 5 things that I would like to see happen here.