Hong Kong stocks are sharply higher on Monday, but any rally is likely to be brief.
DE will play a pivotal role in helping the world's farmers increase crop yields, and also has high appeal for dividend growth investors.
How the battle of value vs. growth stocks is resolved, we will have to wait and see.
What is interesting for traders is the increased movement in some of these secondary stocks.
The Hong Kong treason law is knocking global markets. It's unclear how staunchly Western powers will defend the city's freedoms, and risk damaging China ties.
Don't count on it. The big fear continues to be that the market keeps running higher.
Now, amid this rotation and change of character, investors' eyes are on the spat with China and the uncertainties that could bring.
I'll be taking at least a third of my long off ahead of the numbers this afternoon.
The legislature rubber stamps rules outlawing disrespect to China's national anthem, but a pending treason law will have far greater effect.
Earn your stripes in this market by listening to Carl Spackler, John Winger and Dr. Peter Venkman.