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In a uncertain market such as the current one where little can be trusted, traders often are plagued by rejected breakouts.
Buying or selling stocks based on one's political view of Covid variants won't pay the bills, so check your politics at the door when trading.
Here's where traders who understand the risks might consider buying BLNK.
These renewable energy favorites include nuclear, hydrogen, wind, and solar stocks, among others.
Here, we'll go through some recent earnings talking points that speak to our 'Cleaner Living' investment theme, and zero in on several stocks you should look at right now.
Boring big-caps are where it's at, and SPACs, electric vehicles and the like are not. Let's see what's going on.
Right now the newfound prevailing wisdom is clobbering the old kind and those who cling to the latter are destined to be run over.
One possible outcome: The party ends relatively soon for some of the more speculative names, while other high-multiple stocks remain strong until inflation and the Fed become issues.
Overall the action is relatively mild, which is quite healthy after the chaotic 'flash crash' that occurred yesterday.
If you are chasing higher, this is something worth watching in terms of risk management.
What happens when the dream portion of the market collides with the real stock market?
Here's how using watch lists and heat maps can help you get back to the basics.
Say watt? You want to chase EV stocks? How about shorting them? Let's see which is the crazier move.
This action tells us much more about the health and sentiment of this market than the S&P 500 which is trading flat.
The good news is that there's some dip buying support and several 'hot pockets' of strong speculative action.
This trade in the electric vehicle-related space doesn't rely on an unknown catalyst.
Wild speculative trading continues to be the most fascinating aspect of this market.
A positive aspect of this sort of action is that the best trading opportunities tend to stand out more.
Instead of searching for a market top, look for opportunities and then manage them tightly as this continues to be a market for stock pickers.
The best move here is to stay focused on stock picking but manage positions tightly.
When the indices aren't offering much opportunity money flows into individual speculative names.
It's better to be part of the mindless herd of buyers than join the erudite intellectuals that will tell you why the market is wrong.
This has the same dynamic as the Greece situation a few years ago.
No matter what happens with Iran, it is not going to be a major market positive.