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Adjustments people and companies have made due to the pandemic are likely to outlast the virus in some measure, and those firms that don't adapt face trouble.
As State economies begin the slow process of reopening, the Fed is there to support market function. Facebook's latest e-commerce foray has investors cheering.
Search is still by far Google's most profitable business, and antitrust charges aimed at other parts of Alphabet's empire likely wouldn't have a major profit impact.
I like WMT, and following an earnings related trade, I'll repurchase if the shares sink back into the low $120's.
Watching Moderna, Microsoft and FedEx as risk continues to be a central market theme, despite Monday's rally.
Let's step back and look at this market that has abandoned all sorts of safety and went all in on the stocks of companies based on the Fed's words and a promising Moderna study.
I would be a buyer of a call spread in this ETF.
* The bears' skepticism (and cautious market positioning) coupled with their collective cynicism towards medical and scientific innovation, and the inevitability of the curve's flattening along with an "all in" Fed, have fueled the market recovery f...
Because they could be the next Netflix or Amazon. To me that's enough.
* I am watching closely for a change in leadership and a pivot from growth to value * A skeptical view of a bifurcated market led by a handful of high growth stocks (FAANG plus MSFT) that have done the market's heavy lifting * Reviewing the attribut...
Our government made businesses insolvent to conquer a disease it can't conquer, and now solid businesses that could have thrived, that could have been the next Walmart for all we know, are closing.
These high-quality companies have strong balance sheets and operate in high-demand markets poised to do well through any economic crisis.
Trump administration taps former GlaxoSmithKline exec as head of vaccine task force, and how I'm playing Walmart and Datadog.
The action Wednesday was a return to typical bear market trading, as stocks moved in a correlated way.
Let's look at the stocks that will get crushed and that you can't touch right now.
Regarding Mikey's observation it is important to note that: * These guys can change on a dime. * These guys will change if the health and medical community come up with therapeutic relief or a vaccine to Covid-19. * Like all of us, these guys are of...
Tuesday's heavy selling into the close may be the sell signal that traders have been waiting for. Regardless, ensure you are managing risk tightly as volatility increases.
We can't wait for a vaccine, but we can follow logical guidelines for staying as safe as possible, helping us avoid another Great Depression.
As we look at why the S&P 500 is stuck in its narrow range, we see every retail investor and trader chase the same basket of names higher, edging closer to a technical point where the market could lose its support.
* Big picture changes loom on the investment horizon * Many of these paradigm shifts are disruptive and market unfriendly * There will be some industry winners (healthcare/biotech, internet, packaged foods) but many industry losers (hotels, airlines...
Amazon would benefit from becoming a Mall Rat -- a brick and mortar presence could offer some distinct advantages to the online retail giant.
This market is far from 'just right' as 3 sectors run higher while the DJIA lags far behind. With 3 doctors testifying on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, this session could be risk-heavy.
This is both a bear market and a major rotation with some significant new leaders.
The world's largest cinema chain gains on reports that Amazon may be having talks for a possible takeover of the firm.
There are simply an immense number of health and technology and safety companies coupled with businesses that thrive when you have to stay home.
Trading volume is increasing with strong internals, but nonfarm payrolls -- reporting on Friday -- are expected to be abysmal.
Business is currently very good for many e-commerce and digital payments firms. But there are reasons to think that growth rates will cool later this year.
I get this rally -- it's based on more than a breaking branch this time, but there are still many uncertainties.
There has been a windfall in profitability in this industry that none of the management teams are taking credit for predicting. None of them believe it's ending, either.