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Plus, a review of Thursday's sudden market turn from sunny and bright to an all-out thunderstorm that hit investors hard.
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Here's how to play AAPL as the mess continues.
I have traded CLF in the past and the name has been good to me.
Futures trading is now pricing in the near certainty of 50-basis-point liftoff for the fed funds rate on March 16 and a lot more beyond.
I had actually worried a bit that Arm was going to take Jensen Huang's eye off of the ball. That worry can now be put to bed.
The market may be preparing itself for a much tougher environment that if not met with the necessary level of finesse, could be somewhat lengthy.
I'm sure that those who invest in precious metals 100 years after my death will hold physical gold. Can anyone holding Bitcoin make a similar suggestion?
We recommended CLF in October, so let's see if the stock is a magnet for new buyers -- and whether holders should keep their steely resolve.
Did anyone else see the semi-annual Financial Stability Report?
The red-hot sector is now running into a number of headwinds that could hamper further growth.
I've been on the bandwagon for a short while now, producing income through the sales of related puts and calls.
Plus, Snap Inc. disappoints with its guidance as Apple lets users opt out of being tracked by individual apps.
I think that CLF can meet all of its short to medium-term obligations, and that should be our (my) window as an investor.
A potential correction could provide a buying opportunity for longer-term investors in the producer of steel and iron ore.
This COVID-19 vaccine is the potential savior of more than just the market.
You don't want to throw away a perfectly good stock because its p/e is high. I would be more worried if its p/e is low.
Also, the NFIB Small Business Optimism Index printed at 99.7 for July, still on the strong side, but well below June's print, and well below expectations.
Let's look at Nucor, Cleveland Cliffs, and U.S. Steel.
Plus, we take a deeper dive into the second-quarter GDP numbers.
Are traders and investors confused? Possibly. Was that the intent? No, but I think Jerome Powell is fine with that.
Let's check and see how the CLF charts look.
Right now, we are spirits in the Materials world.
Here I'll preview a simple symmetry setup in NIO and a pullback setup in CLF -- just don't get too close to the edge.
Their power is now down to two stocks: AMC and GameStop.
Let's see what makes an 'aisle' of stocks hot and what makes another messy -- and what I'd suggest you put in your cart.