|Day Low/High||267.87 / 277.82|
|52 Wk Low/High||137.10 / 304.67|
For the longest time the 'market' traded pretty much in unison. No more. That doesn't happen.
* My continued mantra is less pontificating and more trading/investing * Considering a short in SPY and QQQ on further strength * Breadth disappointing (negative - 1475 advancers, 1565 decliners on the NYSE) relative to +25 S&P and +210 Nasdaq * I...
I'm flat BABA but really see no reason to own any stock domiciled in a nation that runs on a different set of rules.
* Ss (S&P) over Ns (Nasdaq). Again and for the second day in a row. * Breadth was 2-1 positive. * Bonds continue to get smoked - higher in yield, lower in price. ( - $1.25/share). * Crude +$1.22/barrel. * Gold +$21.70. * FAANG plus M(SFT) weak, agai...
Two of these stocks look great, one is a push, and two are overvalued.
When I was started at Goldman Sachs 38 years ago, I was schooled on bonds vs. stocks. The tables, however, have turned.
Failure to participate in this rally is not an option.
The most important market takeaway right now is that both the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 have filled their respective gaps and retaken their 50-day simple moving averages.
The average declined in October, but it was less than that hit took by the major indexes.
Here's why a Republican Senate and a Democratic White House and House, may be nirvana for growth.
Markets seem to be betting that divided government will keep much of the policy and interest rate status quo intact for tech. But valuations are still high, and there are other risks out there.
These are the top five misconceptions about presidential elections -- and the stocks that you should look at right now.
Perhaps the best thing for the markets that might come out of Tuesday's election would be certainty, regardless of outcome.
The worst case for the markets and the nation would be an election that's decided in the courts.
While earnings season has mostly yielded good news from tech companies, markets are clearly starting to become more uneasy about high valuations and macro risks.
Plus, we check out up the bevy of reasons for this week's negative market behavior.
With about two hours to go until U.S. equity markets open, futures point to a down open as investors digest the latest data on pandemic related case counts, headlines that point to a increasingly heated and likely contested 2020 presidential electio...
Good morning folks, we have quite an action-packed morning ahead of us here on Friday given the quarterly earnings from Big Tech Thursday night that included Apple , Amazon , Alphabet , Facebook and Twitter plus several S&P 500 constituents reportin...
Senate Republicans are wasting precious time crucifying the tech giants that are the standard-bearers of wealth creation in this country.
I am emboldened on the pivot to value, after the release (and market response) to the earnings results at Twitter , Apple , Facebook , Alphabet and Amazon . Google rallied back to +$140 (in after hours), and I have sold my position down to small-s...
Big tech reports are landing, and we are in for some rough trading over the next few days.
My panel and presentation just ended, so I will be able to comment briefly about the earnings earnings releases. To begin with Alphabet's numbers were amazing -- beat on every metric. (I have been consistently adding to this name as recently as ye...
I'm not impressed by the markets' moves and they could easily foil even the best plans -- but here's how to position yourself.
There is little reason to anticipate a sustained bounce at this point, but there are positive aspects to the price action.
In plain speak, they ran for the exits on Wednesday, This week has been a period of intense institutional distribution.
E-commerce advertising remains strong, and it looks like brand ad spend rebounded sharply as Q3 progressed.
We see some parallels between March and the current market action, but also some major differences.