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I am becoming slightly more cautious on the overall investment landscape.
Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares is the purest China ETF play, though there are others to consider, too.
The real takeaway for AMZN for me, and the main reason that I am even in the name on a semi-permanent basis, is AWS.
This earnings season can best be described as 'better than feared.'
The electric car maker's latest production goals for the Model 3, Model Y and Semi truck differ considerably from prior goals.
With a blowout earnings result the latest scandal isn't impacting shares.
If expectations are as low as they get and you trump those expectations, you've got a winner.
I added to my Apple short rental on today's further strength - raising my cost basis to about the current price. See my previous post on the iPhone manufacturer earlier this morning.
The social media giant may have fought off much of the fears about its fortunes with its latest results.
I continue to be Bearish on Apple as described in early January: * Apple's abrupt and sizable preannouncement heralds the end of the company's growth and best days * Apple pushed the envelope of demand elasticity * The miss is a sign that the danger...
The indices are running into heavy resistance as they hit the levels we last saw in early December, but the bears that keep trying to catch a reversal are providing short-squeeze fuel.
Buy weak names, and hold falling names that were up a lot going into earnings, as they won't be down for long.
Wednesday was a consequential day in which I made several moves, including: * Reduced my short hedge for a loss. * Profitably traded my Apple short -- covering in the first hour of trading and putting back out a short after the close. * Took a tradi...
Perhaps after the big cap tech earnings and the Fed this week we'll see more folks back in the pool.
When the Fed is this dovish it really doesn't matter what is being reported.
Let's take a look at the cornucopia of earnings reports that are coming our way after the close. Of the several dozen, which ones are likely to move the market? My guess is it will be some of these: Facebook Microsoft Mondelez International PayPal Q...
With its console processor and PC GPU sales expected to drop this year, AMD's upbeat full-year guidance points to a strong PC and server CPU sales ramp.
I like AAPL to keep running hot and probably make it to the 200-day moving average.
In about two hours we'll have the official Fed statement exiting the two-day monetary policy meeting followed by Fed Chair Jerome Powell's next press release. As I shared earlier today, I will be listening closely for what is said regarding the Fed'...
Apologies folks for the interruption... consider it a proof point for the demographic issue that is the aging domestic population as I had to deal with some issues regarding my dear ol' dad who will turn 87 in about six weeks. As we've seen by the r...
There is a lot of grumbling that the positive response to earnings that were recently cut is not justified.
As we segue from pre-market futures to what looks like a strong open, be sure to catch some of these thoughts across Real Money and TheStreet: Kevin Curran on Boeing's earnings results this morning with some Lockheed Martin comments as well. Rev Sha...
AT&T shares are down pre-market after missing revenue forecasts and reporting substantial video sub loses. The latter is not surprise following Verizon's results yesterday, which showed similar declines in its FiosTV business. No doubt we are seeing...
It can be hard to figure how stocks will react to news, so it is critical for market participants to stay intently focused on price movements.
I think we can all agree that there will be no increase made to the Fed Funds Rate today.
Alright folks, with Diary Captain Doug Kass out today, I, Chris Versace, co-PM on Trifecta Stocks with Bob Lang and Stocks Under $10 with Sarge Guilfoyle as well as a helping hand on Income Seeker, am sitting in. Between a number of earnings reports...
Dollar strength is affecting the competitive advantage of U.S. companies around the globe, and it is a more insidious problem that most people recognize.