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Let's look at how to play the frothy action on AMC Entertainment holdings.
Today's hot market conjures up thoughts of two decades ago, and approaches to trading then could prove invaluable in the current environment.
Short and sweet: This is based on the high running emotions of the markets. There's little to it beyond that.
My trading strategy? Figure out who is the favorite and calculate the 'line.' Here's how that works out today.
DIS is betting the farm for now on expanding its streaming video services.
Following up on my earlier comments about movie theaters... The NY Post reports a consortium led by Apollo Global Management may be offering Chapter 11 financing for AMC Entertainment to help the company to stay afloat.
I could walk through what was shared yesterday at Walt Disney's 2020 Investor Day, but it's far too easy to point readers to the comments published by TheStreet's M. Corey Goldman that can be found here. Pretty much, the House of Mouse, Marvel, Pix...
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The stock of the movie theater operator doesn't have anything going for it from either a technical or fundamental perspective.
I see the recent rebound movie theater-related stocks, such as AMC Entertainment , Cinemark and IMAX Corp. among others, and I have to say I'm not really convinced it's sustainable. Yes, the chains are opening more theaters, but the proof in the m...
AMC Entertainment plans to reopen its doors on Aug. 20 to celebrate 100 years in business with plans to charge the 1920 price of 15 cents a ticket. Quite an enticing offer but for my $0.15 I'll need to see what's actually playing at the box office a...
A Fed governor speaks of accommodation, and AMC Entertainment's bond maneuvers serve as a warning to those who swim in the high-yield pool.
U.S. Census data shows about 19% of renters were late or deferred their rent payments in May. And about 31% of renters surveyed in June said they have little to no confidence they will be able to pay next month's rent. According to a new CreditCard...
It's doubtful fresh financing can reverse the stock's downtrend in a meaningful way.
After state officials indicated they were not planning to issue guidelines to reopen theme parks until after July 4, Disney announced it has delayed the planned July 17 reopening of California's Disneyland resort. Tokyo Disneyland is set to welcome ...
The company plans to begin opening its theaters on July 15.
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The world's largest cinema chain gains on reports that Amazon may be having talks for a possible takeover of the firm.
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More woes for AMC Entertainment , Cinemark , IMAX , and movie studios. California Governor Gavin Newsom outlined his plan to ease lockdown restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, he stated it would be months before movie theaters woul...
The cinemas are shut, but this theater house company should stick around for a bit -- here's my trade.
As we face an unprecedented decline in demand, now we must determine which companies can support their dividends, and stave off crushing cash woes.