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I am happy to trade more limited returns for lower beta right now using covered call strategies.
These stay-at-home, newbie short-term investors are learning the hard way about gambling on 'bargains' bound to go belly up.
Here's how I approach IPOs and what I think about Lyft.
Continuing on, the Oracle of Omaha shared that not only hasn't he bought an IPO since 1955, but he can find something better to invest in than the Lyft IPO. Surprising? No. Buffett's portfolio is not one that is heavy on technology or tech service c...
Let's check out the charts and indicators to see if this move higher can be sustained.
After many months of price weakness it looks like Avis Budget can firm up a bit.
GM CEO Mary Barra is an obvious winner, while domestic suppliers are sure to be among the losers.
These names are showing bullish or bearish reversals patterns over the last week.
A growth-inspired confidence and key double sector breakout. Oh yeah.
Consistency in discipline will make the difference.
It isn't the weekend yet. Here's what you need to know with stock futures on the rise.
Problems at Avis are bringing the key index down -- and that's a bad sign.
Dow ends some 40 points lower after shedding as much as 350 points earlier in the day.
"If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?" -- Tuco, The Ugly: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" There was plenty of sector rotation today (but little overall movement), so let's move to the abbreviated Monarch Notes form of "Takeaw...
The Saudi Arabian economy needs to rebalance away from oil.
Rallies led by the financials and backed by the transports are rallies that have genuine staying power.
This deal looks like to be wrapped up soon.
Tesla wants to control a user's autonomous driving experience from start to finish. Google and Apple seem more willing to partner.
Wall Street kicked off the final week of the first half of the year with a mixed end.
The Nasdaq leads losses on Wall Street as tech resumes a selloff that hit the sector mid-June.
Most airlines are flat, give or take 3-4%. The truckers are terrible.
Midday musings from Sir Arthur Cashin: Market selloff. Slightly delayed reaction to Ally Bank comment that prices of used cars are vulnerable. That cut legs out from the likes of Avis and several regional banks. Now add in crude breaking $48. Also,...