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The virtual work force, online shopping and a love of pets are not going to go away even after the coronavirus abates.
While there may be some changing trends in pet related retail, this firm certainly benefited from the pandemic.
The bottom half of the sector performance tables Monday was littered with the debris of everything that works well if our economic recovery proceeds smoothly, which it no longer is.
A look at the fast-growing field of telehealth, both for people and, as a less-well known market, for pets.
Plus, we take a look at the movement in the S&P 500 Index to see where it may be heading.
As pets have become an integral part of the family, people are willing to spend more on them.
Plus, Kansas City Southern rejects a reported takeover overture.
Here's snapshot of the corporate earnings reports to be had next week: Tuesday, September 8: Calavo Growers ; Coupa Software ; Lululemon Athletica ; Slack . Wednesday, September 9: American Eagle ; G-III Apparel ; HD Supply ; Navistar . Thursday, Se...
Instead of scratching your head and saying the market defies logic, look to the Cramer Covid-19 Index.
It will not collapse on valuation, fraud, currently non-existent inflation or its own weight. But here's what could knock it off its feet.
I wouldn't look at Alkaline Water and Sprouts Farmers Market for a trade, but as speculative buy 'em and forget 'em for the summer.
Let's check out the charts to see if the rally from the March low can continue.
As the OECD builds second-wave pandemic modeling into its economic forecasts, small-cap action has been frothy and the market awaits Fed Chair Jerome Powell's press conference.
Sometimes the best trade from a risk versus reward perspective isn't the one in front of us today, but the one that will be presented to us tomorrow.
It has the potential to gain strong momentum as it's mainly a technical trade.
What is most notable is that the Covid-19 plays are leading again.
This is still a stock-pickers market as pessimists and optimists battle it out.
The action Wednesday was a return to typical bear market trading, as stocks moved in a correlated way.
I may not be a 'true believer,' but the chart setup looks attractive here.
Intraday trends -- relentless trends -- are becoming the name of the game, so let's focus on the rotation from Nasdaq names into the Russell 2000 and financials.
We keep hearing about Macy's, J.C. Penney, Kohl's and others who are in trouble -- well here's why.
The biotech sector doesn't look anything like a bear market.
I would want to give this trade either a long time or look for a quick drop.