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INTC is here to stay but it's a long way from competing effectively against either Nvidia or AMD, or even Taiwan Semiconductor.
Small-caps and stocks that are part of the ARK Innovation ETF fared better than the big growth names on Friday and are worth watching this week.
I plan to accumulate - with a wide berth on my scale given the market's volatility - four individual equities for an investment, and not a trade. These companies have what I believe to be superior fundamentals and their stock prices are now growing...
I made the following purchases this morning: * Bought at $436.91 * Bought at $290.93 * Bought at $111.06
"Just one more thing." - Lt. Columbo I neglected to write that I took a starter position in at $122.50.
The Grayscale Future of Finance ETF holds big potential, but will it live up?
In late January I expressed some optimism that stocks were falling to more attractive levels. Unfortunately, a number of recent vintage and market unfriendly developments have emerged that have served to make me more pessimistic about the market's o...
Just a week ago Jerome Powell referred to the labor market as 'strong.' Now, economists, traders, investors, and the public are just not quite sure what to expect Friday.
Advanced Micro Devices' quarterly results were impressive. Again.
Too many market commentators pay scant attention to the charts, but a lot can be gained from studying the technical indicators.
Overnight the U.S. national debt clock whirled past $30T for the first time in history.
The Fed was out in force on Monday to reinforce the concept of pragmatism in assessing the trajectory of future policy.
The market is done handing out participation trophies, at least for now. You likely won't do well just showing up and playing the game.
We all knew this would happen, and no one really thought was bullish for the market. Now it's all eyes on the big tech names like Nvidia and Intel.
Picking a bottom is nearly impossible, but if one does not start layering in where the mud gets deep, then one ends up a bit light when the train leaves.
Powell: Basically, rate hikes are coming in groups, and later on, but still this year, the Fed will start removing this excess liquidity from the monetary base.
Friday brings about data for December retail sales and industrial production, and the start of the fourth quarter earnings season as big banks start to report.
There are other areas to trade as well, but know what you are trying to accomplish.
There are huge baskets of stocks being bought and sold in order to shift exposure out of growth and other stocks that are hurt by higher rates.
Defensive sectors took three of the bottom four places on Monday, a stark reversal from what was experienced across the marketplace the past week or two.
This week will be about the macro. With earnings season still almost two weeks off, December job creation and wage growth will take center stage.
Plus, we bid a not-so-sad adieu to the mania in 2021 in meme stocks, SPACs and NFTs.
It's not all doom-and-gloom for tech heading into the new year. Here are some predictions about what 2022 will bring for the sector.
There are numerous reasons why I selected DIS, and the day that nobody lives in fear of the pandemic any longer... everyone is going to Disney World. I mean everyone.
Over those past 15 years, the S&P 500 has posted an increase for the last week of the trading year 67% of the time.
This morning a company I have to admit I never heard of - Vuzix - inked an agreement with Verizon to leverage the latter's 5G network to bring augment reality to sports and gaming. Verizon made a big deal about a number of added features its 5G netw...