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The action last week was unsettling to the market, but it showed there's still plenty of liquidity. Here's the question for this week.
Here's the kind I like to buy -- and the vetted stocks that you can play on 'good' risk.
The success of GameStop and now silver will draw pumpers and frontrunners into the WSB crowd.
Professional hedge fund managers adjust very fast, and they've done a lot of unwinding in order to restore flexibility.
Let's not kid ourselves that there is any longer some kind of relationship between price and value. Or fact and truth.
Will the small traders be able to sustain the momentum in the other areas that they target?
Many have been incorrectly dismissive of the broader investment ramifications of the recent and wanton speculation in gewgaws of all shapes.
What's most important about this market is understanding which themes are driving the action.
What if the Redditors are actually hedge fundies?
* Many have been (incorrectly) dismissive of the broader investment ramifications of the recent and wanton speculation in gewgaws of all shapes * I have been shorting rips and buying dips in a heightened regime of volatility * Color me bearish * I s...
One of the scary stories deals with what could happen if there was coordinated gaming of the U.S. dollar.
The short-squeeze drama is captivating the market right now.
Silver has had a reputation as a market that can be easily manipulated.
Leverage is a very, very, dangerous drug.
* Peak speculation? * GME joins the parthenon of speculation previously reserved for Resorts International, Piggly Wiggly, and Volkswagen * We are likely getting close as grotesque speculation often presages a Bear Market * Intelligent and disciplin...
Regardless of whether you are long, short, or indifferent to GameStop, don't be greedy. Don't ignore risk.
"Just one more thing." - Lt. Columbo I have my hands full with quite a lot of business projects I am working on (including a new hedge fund). I was actively trading -- before and after leaving my office this afternoon -- and I want to alert you ...
I've raised a bit of cash, but it's still unclear what will emerge from here.
CEOs of stocks that are heavily shorted should be ready to sell billions of dollars of stock right now.
I feel like I've been in a wrestling match with the technical issues and big moves.
Major earnings news is hitting, but much of the market is preoccupied with massive short squeezes.
As a trader who at times takes short positions, I don't know whether to stand up and applaud this group or to fear them.
That 'dumb' money can overpower giant hedge funds and create massive, short squeezes is a good indication that there is still plenty of buying power out there.
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.