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The issue is when the data conflict with the prevailing narrative. We are in such a position now.
Looking at a painting by Renoir side by side. You see beauty. I check my watch. The same is true with economic policy.
I think it's worth examining how we can spot a bottom the next time after the inevitable selloff.
Let's look back at how the market reacted to COVID-19 one year ago, and the lessons we can learn.
Carnival Corp. continues to sell debt and equity as it works to stay afloat, while Steak n Shake deals with problems of its own.
Traders are betting that there is a lot more potential upside in these names.
The market's funk continued into the fourth week of March 2020, but by week's end a stellar TV performance by the Fed's Jay Powell would turn the tide.
The company's voluminous and expanding debt and massive increase in shares outstanding make it unappealing to this value investor.
As an early vaccinator I can tell you that you can make money from these strange things provided you do them before everybody gets the jab.
Markets may be painting an overly rosy picture for the cruise ship company.
The markets appear to be looking forward for the cruise industry.
I had thought markets were smitten with the idea of gridlock. Now, they seem laser focused on looser fiscal policy as a catalyst.
These names in diverse industries have suffered from tax-loss selling and offer 'bounce back' potential in January.
The market seems to be screaming that people will return to traveling once the virus abates; I think so, too.
Ending the pandemic swiftly appears unlikely, so here's how to look at key stocks and sectors right now -- especially as concerns of new lockdowns grow.
It's because there's no percentage in being bullish. None. It's incredibly easy to be bearish.
These investors seem to buy with a gusto never before seen in my lifetime.
All in all stick with the tipping pointers, they are the drivers of this and the next leg higher.
I will come back to these names over and over again as we are now in the sweet spot for many.
A look at the charts of Advanced Micro Devices and Tesla, plus a review of the 'broadening' market action from Thursday.
Let's look at the pros, cons and necessities of why these companies raised capital and how they did it.
The cruise operator's latest offering adds to its dilution and makes it even trickier to evaluate its true value.
Investors need to review what the company has done to stay afloat before making a buying decision on the name.
Look at companies that were decimated by lockdowns in the spring and figure that history is about to repeat itself.
There also are multiple ways to look at what to expect next from Treasuries and junk bonds and how to act accordingly.
We are going to win the war, but battles are still ahead. Here's how to invest in the meantime.