|Day Low/High||205.15 / 207.86|
|52 Wk Low/High||151.70 / 275.31|
The biggest negative in the market Wednesday was that the gap-up open was sold very aggressively.
* Where's the spirit? * Where's the guts? "The war is over, Wormer dropped the big one... What, did you say over? Nothing is over until we decide it is. Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell no!" -- Animal House, Bluto's Speech Ke...
A resilient market allows you to buy stocks when they get hammered and do so with some certainty that you won't get your head handed to you.
JPM's IV is sitting at a 52-week low, while the stock looks pretty strong.
Screening Goldman Sachs' list of the top 20 stocks to see which ones are the best technical opportunities.
Upcoming earnings reports will help determine where this market is headed.
Should the global economic picture improve this stock will pop more than most.
Citigroup investors may need more information before calling the earnings beat a buying opportunity.
* The markets have grown far more forgiving after the "Powell Pivot" * We now seem to be at the polar opposite of the bearish investor sentiment that existed four months ago The Bull Market in 2019 has been based on valuation (price multiple) expans...
What I see from 10,000 feet above... in the age of suddenly profitable fuel as cargo, are the railroads.
The reaction to earnings will tell us quite a bit about this market.
It is going to be fast, it is going to be furious during a shortened week of trading.
We never thought, 24 hours ago, that it could possibly be this good.
This deal will certainly strengthen Chevron's position in the Permian Basin, while also adding to global reserves of both petroleum and LNG.
The first thing you need to think about when analyzing earnings has nothing to do with earnings. It has to do with where the stocks are.
We have to hope they are given a better chance to tell their story than they were Wednesday.
A cheat sheet of expected questions for investors and political theater enthusiasts.
The 200-day moving average is a big impediment here.
It is likely time to build a long position in GS, but only on my terms.
Goldman's consumer-focused fin-tech effort is a key theme to watch in 2019.
Holding a stock is always a function of (upside) reward relative to (downside) risk.
* With reward about the same as risk I have pared down my large position in Goldman Sachs on strength * Over the longer term GS will likely prove to be a very profitable investment * My two year price target remains at $245/share - an upside of more...
Goldman CEO David Solomon will need to navigate a difficult hearing on Wednesday.
Lyft's IPO is looking like a party bus, but how long can the sentiment stay strong?