|Day Low/High||84.51 / 86.45|
|52 Wk Low/High||63.69 / 102.66|
Dow Theory presents tips for surviving a bear market, some top year-end stock bargains and a simple strategy for monthly income.
Adobe released new guidance for the rest of this year and 2019. With 20% growth in the cards, this name is a buy.
Stay diversified and stay the course, there's nothing here that's going to change things longer term.
My Netflix short was a big winner yesterday, but I am also long Amazon and Google, which were hit with pretty strong collateral damage.
The groups that are winners will stay winners as long as interest rates maintain their downward trajectory.
Relief is on the way, and there's an inexpensive beneficiary out in California.
Don't wait for the market to normalize, there are trades that should be done right now.
If you purchased Bitcoin one month ago today, you are now down heavily on your investment.
Bulletproof coffee in hand, a quick scan of the markets shows the futures up ever so slightly as investors grapple with the realization the GOP is giving up on replacing the Affordable Care Act and is turning to repealing it. That news is pressuring...
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
These companies show signs of a change of direction.
Regional banks may get the urge to merge if Congress relaxes some regulations this year.
NVIDIA, NXP Semi and Applied Materials could all continue their big runs this year.
Consumer lenders like American Express and Discover could benefit under looser financial regulations under the Trump administration, says S&P Capital IQ.
A better economy and prospects for reduced regulatory costs will benefit the banking sector in 2017, says Moody's.
The $53 level could be the start of a rally to the mid-$70s.
Executives could accelerate decisions to go ahead and sell their banks.
I am keeping my eye on the bank specialists and activists as 13F filings start rolling in.
I started the day asking the meaning of our investment life and ended the day closing a chapter on the life of Seth Glickenhaus. Some divergences and concerns emerged today, though at 3:30 p.m. ET the markets were seeing the glass, again, half full...