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Joining the ranks of BlackRock and Microsoft, BP has come out with a plan to address climate change, and that gives it added appeal.
I am not about making friends, I am about making money. And I don't think I can help you make money in the oil and gas stocks anymore.
It's not just the lousy profit picture: XOM posted its third least profitable year in 2019 since the turn of the millennium. So how can I get my 87 cents?
These undervalued names fit well in a diversified portfolio.
I think we know, just based on the behavior of this Federal Reserve, that all things being equal a more normalized balance sheet is preferable.
MSFT is not one of my names that has just kept on hitting target prices, thus forcing decisions. The stock is getting close though.
BlackRock's doin' it, Microsoft's doin' it, so all traders should think about ESG-based investing.
There are gains on real news like Morgan Stanley's, and the other rotten-tomato variety. I don't want recommendations based on intellectual vacations.
One concern for traders and investors would be that the good cheer created by the development of this Phase One deal, as well as actions taken by the FOMC, are nearing or at the point where the headline risk points in the other direction.
Earnings reports are solid but this overbought market is looking for a good reason to consolidate a big move.
Bravo BlackRock CEO Larry Fink and bravo Jim "El Capitan" Cramer ("Larry Fink Is Showing What True Leadership Looks Like").
BlackRock's CEO will now make investment decisions based on a company's commitment to environmental sustainability. You can bet the financial world will never be the same again.
When looked at from the perspective of market history, the facts inside a recent bearish Wall Street Journal story tell a far more interesting story on buying opportunities.
Citigroup and Lululemon are on the radar this morning.
What the Fed needs to do in July is to cut the FFR by 25 basis points and put the balance sheet management (QT) program to bed two months early.
While we're getting ready for those earnings reports after today's close, here' a look at what's on tap tomorrow morning. American Express Autoliv BlackRock Citizens Financial Group Cleveland-Cliffs Gentex IberiaBank KC Southern Manpower NVR Regions...
* The market structure has changed - this evolution holds important ramifications. * Black Rock's Larry Fink missed an important reason for the market's 2019 advance - it wasn't cash on the sidelines, it was the momentum delivered by the products/st...
* A regime of volatility is growing more conspicuous (and likely) against an investment backdrop dominated by machines and algorithms * More volatility is suggested by an increasingly ambiguous global economic picture and with the chances of policy ...
RMPIA outperformed once gain during April.
Tuesday's rally was primarily a product of poor positioning and too much anticipatory bearishness.
Last week in Operating in Your Circle of Competence, I cautioned that BlackRock's Larry Fink's Bullish hyperbole and non rigorous market "melt-up" forecast should be questioned (or even ignored) and that "the last one in could be a rotten egg": I pr...
Despite Larry Fink's "melt-up" comments, BlackRock strategists are suggesting trimming one's risk in the markets!
* Another lesson learned * The last one in is a rotten egg! I prefer learning lessons when I make mistakes or observe others (possibly) doing the same. When I watched BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, express the view that the Fear of Missing Out ("FOMO") ...
* "FOMO" is not necessarily a legitimate and thoughtful reason to be Bullish * 'Cause when life looks like easy street, there is danger at your door. * "FOMO" is a strategy and argument (mentioned by Larry Fink yesterday on CNBC) for mindless moment...
BlackRock CEO Fink's warning of a market 'melt-up' may be ridiculed by the bears, but he may have a point.