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It looks like the turnaround optimism on GE has evaporated.
General Electric's CEO isn't inspiring much confidence.
There is still no news on China trade, so keep your chinstrap buckled and wear your flak jacket.
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What is most impressive about PANW is the revenue growth.
The new company reporting is wonderfully simple, but now we know Culp has his work cut out for him.
If we can advance without China then who the heck knows where we can go with it.
Just because the stock is still down substantially from its all-time highs doesn't mean that it is still 'cheap'.
The question for us though becomes is this, or when is, the right time for investors to create some value for themselves?
Let's check out the charts and indicators on GE again to see if these gains are sustainable or not.
Someone at Berkshire needs to step up and produce a mea culpa on Kraft Heinz.
So far there is no bounce in Kraft Heinz which is not a good sign.
Buffett 'knows' Kraft Heinz well (he'd been on the Board for several years) and is capable of making a quick decision.
*It's a non trivial possibility! Overnight I reflected upon the abysmal news at Kraft Heinz : * SEC accounting probe * EPS miss (based principally on rising costs as top line growth was, more or less, in line) * Lower profit guidance (see above, cou...
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There are decent odds GE gets to the $12-$13 range before the next earnings cycle.
If expectations are as low as they get and you trump those expectations, you've got a winner.
Many see the Fed as done for the year. Never assume. Read the words as they are written.
This is one report where the real driver will be what the company says and the tone they take when saying it.
Central banks keep coming into to support markets, but this is going to be a volatile week.
These themes are working despite the turmoil in Washington and slowing global growth.
This shutdown is starting to feel different from those that we have experienced in the past, is it not?
I am not changing my stance that if you want to see real movement out of China you need to focus on aerospace, American Express and Apple.