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Their power is now down to two stocks: AMC and GameStop.
For example, consider stocks that should benefit from our ever-increasing digital lifestyle.
I keep hearing from complainers, who typically have a imperious tone, that these so-called meme stocks are wildly overvalued. How the heck do we know?
Smart money knows the game by now. Just don't let them be less patient and greedy than yourself.
This otherwise utopian world lacks the firepower to extend its domain.
But there's a clear lack of energy, and the meme stocks are negative for much of the market.
* A win for the bears, today * And continued losses for Financial TV Though well off of the session lows there was less than meets the eye to the market today: * Breadth was consistently weak throughout the trading session (14 advancers for every 1...
It's fun to watch the wild action, but it's not healthy for the overall market.
The bulls are on the verge of a breakout as measured by the weekly chart.
Companies that procure real, accounting gimmick-free, cash flow are indeed hard to kill and their stocks will always be easy to own.
The broader market is struggling with some concerns again about inflation and the possibility of a less dovish Fed.
Offerings will continue to hit the market as more and more executives realize cash is a good thing to have.
Many smaller hedge funds are doing the manipulation of the meme stocks (like Blackberry , Bed Bath & Beyond , and ) along with the retail crowd. AMC traded about 700 million shares yesterday, that's nearly $40 billion of volume (measured by market c...
The game is still on Thursday morning and showing few signs of slowing.
Let's check the put/call ratio for exchange-traded funds and what it could hint about correcting.
Everyone is focused on the wild action in stocks like AMC and BlackBerry, and here's what that means for the broader market.
All stocks have the potential for movement based on crowd psychology, but sometimes it goes to excessive levels.
I finally got my hands on the Fact Sheet published by The White House as to how the American Jobs Plan will bolster cybersecurity. Here we go: "The American Jobs Plan will build on that work and deliver resilient infrastructure for the American peop...
For all you parents of high schoolers, I hope you own some cybersecurity stocks. Ones like like Fortinet , which we have in the Trifecta Stocks portfolio and Blackberry , which is in the Stocks Under $10 portfolio. Why? Because I just received this ...
Let's look at the companies that can go up, and the ones that can't.
With Doug back in the Diary saddle, I'll share that tomorrow morning, as the earnings onslaught continues, I'll be wading through the following reports: CNH Industrial as a follow up to my corn comments earlier today. CyberArk given Trifecta's posi...
With the stock market selling off in response to comments from Janet Yellen late morning today, I'm building a list of companies that we can either scale into further at Trifecta and Stocks Under $10, or add to the portfolio: Skyworks Blackberry NX...
The Korean conglomerate, once the world's third largest mobile phone maker, failed to find a buyer for its loss-making business.
It does help that Amazon through AWS and Baidu have expanded on corporate relationships with BB.
The main story unfolded along with the passing hours on Monday, and continues. The ending of this tale perhaps remains far from untold.
These are just pieces of paper, you can't love 'em, you can't hate them, you just know them and own them.