Plus, a look at the uncertain prospects for a Saudi Aramco initial public offering.
Investors need to do what works for them in markets where trading action is extremely random.
SDC is being valued at the same multiple as competitors with significantly slower growth.
There is also reason to see longer-term equity strength in valuations.
No one ever thought when we created a stock market that there would only be buyers of stocks in an index.
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.
The action under the surface in individual stocks has been covered up by the indices, which have held up; not anymore.
Are things that bad? I remain a non-believer in the recession thesis.
You can't be in the money-losers even if they have the potential for high growth.
Cracks are appearing in some high-beta parts of the market, and a few recent initial public offerings have been pulled or haven't fared well after issuance.
One of the most apparent bear markets right now is in stocks that have had recent IPOs.
Who was speaking to the strength of the U.S. Treasury Department's auction of $32 billion worth of 7 Year Notes as a driver for equities through Thursday afternoon?
The impact of Elizabeth Warren is pretty much everywhere Thursday.
Look for cult love/hate to be quickly established on this IPO.
There is no respite today from the poor price action in individual stocks.
Despite a summer of violent protests, it appears Hong Kong's talked-off demise as a market for initial public offerings may well be overstated.
I railed against it broken-record like for months on end. It's here now, it's hurting the market, and it's only going to get worse.
Plus, defense contractors remain stocks to own as geopolitical risk isn't going away.
Post's IPO of its star Active Nutrition segment is expected to take place in the December quarter.
The Saudi Aramco and WeWork deals are postponed, thankfully, but there is another bad trend emerging that's worth watching.
WeWork and Saudi Aramco are two big deals that are worrisome to the entire market.
The drone attacks on Saudi oil operations even could influence the Fed's thinking on inflation and rates.
There has been a lot of sideways action in the company's shares since it went public last spring and that pattern could continue in the weeks ahead.
My instinct tells me to watch this one.
Slack could shift sentiment with a strong earnings report on Wednesday.
I'm taking some shares of this recent IPO today.
Revolve Group and The RealReal have had a few rough weeks, but let's see what their charts may say about the road ahead.
Following its recent initial public offering, Slack has marched downward, but a close above $32 would place it above its resistance level for the first time since it opened for trading.
Uber's crash on earnings does not mean the stock is totaled according to analysts covering the stock.
Uber Technologies is taking longer than anticipated to reach profitability as the differences between its business and Lyft become more pronounced.