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In this day and age, companies must be 'disruptors' or get left in the dust.
This selloff was a pause in the uptrend, not the start of a directional shift. But be cautious.
Market players are still looking to put capital to work and are focusing more on sectors and individual stocks than straight index plays.
Look for the big-cap stocks that only come in on tough days -- and take advantage of their weakness at the open.
There is simply a paucity of places for advertisers to go to get the word out -- and that plays in FB's favor.
The S&P 500 began the year selling at 18.2x forward earnings. It is now at around 15x projected earnings.
Much of the market has already undergone a substantial correction, and there are some signs that the first stocks to correct are now finding some support.
Retail, biotechnology and small-cap bounced, but there is no doubt that market players are skittish.
Focus on positioning for next week. The longer lows hold, the more inclined I am to add.
The weakness we are seeing now is primarily technology driven. This is a market for making shopping lists and then staying patient.
The never-ending strength now seen in the dollar is causing the most pain in U.S. markets.
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
Don't be a hero -- until we hit this VIX level and we see the U.S. market trade lower than Europe.
Buyers are seizing on political concerns at Google.
Google's driverless car service could be the catalyst to join the trillion dollar club.
The market is standing still on Google as it anticipates the Senate hearing today.
Facebook's place in the political conversation could make the second half of 2018 a bumpy ride for investors.
Don't call it a comeback, it's done it this year.
Communications sector dipping on Facebook floundering.
Both companies have shortcomings that a merger might not resolve.
Volume will be huge -- and the movement in many stocks will seem quite random.
'There's too much hype too soon,' Canopy Growth chief Bruce Linton says.
The price action is positive and that is all that really matters.
I've closed out Monday morning's trading long rental in Alphabet , for a very modest profit.
Here's a rundown of my trades so far this Monday: I covered my large short of the PowerShares QQQ ETF at $180.80. I added to my stake in Twitter at $30.15. I took a long trading rental in Alphabet , at an $1,175 average price. This gives me a medium...
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