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The NABE survey is what moved markets on Monday. Don't let some non-practitioner tell you differently.
Let's look beyond the hype around bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and get to the basic rules of investing.
Luggage sales pick up at M and here's how to approach the retailer now as the reopening picks up momentum.
If Wall Street snobs actually went to Walmart, they'd know you can't stop the American consumer who's got a clean balance sheet and is yearning to get outside.
On its earnings conference call here on Tuesday morning discussing its April quarter, Home Depot noted that inflation in core commodities impacted ticket growth by 375 basis points. It also shared sales from digital channels grew 27% year over year.
Whether this market is mired in a down trend, or is just moving through a 'pressured' up trend is really based on the perspective of the individual investor and how they are positioned.
Good morning one and all! We've already got results from Home Depot (see below) and ones from Dycom , Walmart and a few others due before the opening bell. Today also brings the start of Google's three-day I/O conference and the April Housing Starts...
Let's look at the companies that can go up, and the ones that can't.
While headlines shout of new all-time market highs aggressive traders dealing in speculative issues continue to rack up losses.
It wasn't an 'L,' or a 'U,' or even a 'V' or 'W.' Here's the letter we were looking for -- and how our failure to see it has thrown things out of whack.
We have this highly uncorrelated action, with many stocks still hitting new highs and others already wallowing in a bear market.
The small-caps that were so hot eight weeks ago are still struggling to find support.
This is that 72-hour period when the most important names report. Here's what you need to know to get through it.
Small caps finally started outperforming again, after lagging for the last two months.
Getting dizzy looking down from here? Then look up, because we may just be getting started on this market.
Amazingly, one group isn't just left behind, it just keeps losing money, while the other group is shrugging off this day with aplomb.
Fundamentals and valuations are secondary to shifting money into certain sectors.
Hundreds of broken charts are being offset in the indices with a couple of big-cap names such as Home Depot.
Get used to 'hybrid' living -- a mix of stay-at-home and free-world life. So, invest accordingly.
The goal is to find something that will be done no matter what when it comes to people who have more money than they had before and finally some options to do something with it.
It might be too difficult for Jay Powell NOT to raise rates now that the Great Reopening is upon us.
At some point a day of reckoning will come in a juiced-up market, but it is pure conjecture as to when that will be.
Smaller to mid-cap names have fared somewhat better than large cap tech, but make no mistake... there is a circle of life/death here.
One of the most continual themes in this market is that anything that was liked last year is hated this year.
Should we care about Australia's central bank taking overtly aggressive action to reign in the long end of their yield curve? Yes, we should.
Hooker Furniture and Foot Locker recently raised their dividends and could provide more upside to buyers of the shares in the months ahead.