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No one wants to be caught being too negative if a trade deal is made, but there will be plenty of market players looking for an exit into strength.
After a solid showing Monday, the question now is whether the market can continue to move upward with no major news events looming.
Boeing's big demand driver is stinging the stocks of its biggest customers.
Rallies on a sentiment switch are often among the best.
My only trades today were: * The Sixty-Minute Trade shorting Boeing (and covering) * Additional and shorts.
The stock has already tested both short-term support and potential resistance levels on Monday.
With my time almost up I have covered the balance of my Boeing short -- goodbye to my "Sixty-Minute Trade."
I am taking half of my Sixty-Minute Trade (shot ) off at $390.55 for a nice gain. Thirty minutes to go!
The aircraft maker has an uncanny ability to bounce back from bad news, and already is showing a tendency to do so in current trading.
Easing into the aircraft maker on its bad news is one way to go, as are call options expiring this Friday.
"If you don't believe I'm all I say Come up and take my hand When I let you go you'll cry "Oh yes He's a sixty-minute man... There'll be 15 minutes of kissing Then you'll holler "please don't stop" (don't stop) There'll be 15 minutes of teasing And ...
Apple and Facebook are driving the market up, even as a post-crash cloud looms over Boeing.
If longer-term investors come in to buy a sharply lower opening on the aircraft maker, then we should see prices firm.
A tragedy in the skies is taking its toll on Boeing shares.
I don't have a dog in the Boeing hunt, but with the stock down about $50 a share before Monday's opening bell it is an example of why I will never, ever sell puts for the purpose of going long a stock. It might just be me, but there is a tendency to...
A short-term bounce is likely, but overhead resistance is now much stronger thanks to last week's selloff.
After the Ethiopian Airlines crash, watch your Aerospace and Defense stocks.
Flashy AirAsia co-founder Tony Fernandes is taking on Silicon Valley at its own game. Don't bet against a man who loves proving his detractors wrong.
The market rally may be a rising tide, but investors should be wary of some of the stocks it has lifted up.
Here are a host of stocks that will benefit from a deal, and why you should pick them up on a selloff.
The least covered and perhaps most important of the Wednesday's three events was the appearance of U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer before the House Ways and Means Committee.
The powwow between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un will soon be over, but the economic expansion in Southeast Asia's most-promising nation will continue.
One wonders where Nike's cool factor will come from.
What stocks to buy and what to avoid on the continual leaks coming out of the Kudlow-Mnuchin camp and the Lighthizer-Navarro camp.
We have to own that it was a bad day for the bulls and that it's perfectly realistic to expect a few more until the facts get more positive.
Honeywell could be a sweet stock ahead of Friday's earnings.
Boeing's big drivers are coming from its smaller planes.
When the Fed is this dovish it really doesn't matter what is being reported.