It's really hard to find something to like about ADBE's chart.
Digital World Acquisition is having a rough go of it right now.
I have no patience moving forward with a large firm standing on a sloppy book, trying to digest an acquisition it needs to make, but can only questionably afford.
Sometimes where there is smoke there is fire and other times not.
Here are few names that would make logical acquisition targets for larger players.
The Invesco S&P Spin-Off exchange-traded fund is holding its own against the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust. Can it keep it up?
Berkshire Hathaway's involvement and MoffettNathan's case are enough to consider buying in.
After a failed bid from the Franchise Group, the lack of a near-term buyout made Kohl's a good play for investors. Let's see how.
Musk's focus on the prevalence of spambot accounts really elucidated why TWTR is not a viable business.
Many fast-growing cloud software firms are now far from expensive, and both their business models and IT spending trends make them appealing targets.
Of course, as Elon Musk is a finite resource, Twitter's loss is Tesla's gain.
SGEN is a biotech with leadership precisely where big pharma wants to go.
The FOMC flat out tells us here that they are willing to damage the economy in order to get a handle on and tamp down consumer-level inflation.
The technical signs are suggesting that the shares of the software provider could weaken.
This particular biotech company just saw its stock whacked but still holds a lot of promise.
Shares of the DVD kiosk and streaming video company have spurted higher, but buyers are playing with fire.
The idea of a Netflix/Roku merger sounds less crazy than it would have before April.
As a busted BIRD bottoms, Billy Beane loses his 'seat' and a SOTP story continues a nice run.
There's a key price level to watch.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
The threads of Musk's TWTR bid have been laid bare for the past two weeks.
I like these names as stand-alone entities but they should also attract interest from larger players.
A plea for the head of Tesla not to put at risk his other projects by proceeding with a deal that doesn't seem to make financial sense.
I found two very interesting takeaways from Monday's sharp market reversal.
Bubbles make strange bedfellows.
Let's consider how this might play out.
Years ago I learned how to tell if an M&A offer was serious and had backing.
JetBlue's chart indicates its shares could decline even more than they already have, which could make for a good place to pick up its stock.
Berkshire, led by the brilliant pair of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, has been busy of late.
Digital World Acquisition Corp. is trading at an absurd valuation and its stock is likely to be whacked in coming months.