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I'm talking about head-to-head comparisons of companies.
Banks, oil service companies and airlines are all inching back.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.
The rate of government spending growth is clearly slowing.
Banks and insurers have surged on hopes of rate rises. What now?
With good support below the market and a bullish divergence, shares of the regional bank could slowly firm up toward the $13 level.
Then we might see the performance and growth that bank stocks used to give.
While Japanese banks deal with negative interest rates, low interest rates in the U.S. are comparatively more attractive.
A speculative bullish trade in KEY using call options that expire almost two years from now.
In 'What to Watch on Wall Street' for Thursday January 21, TheStreet highlights key financial data as earnings season starts picking up its pace.
There are signs of trouble from last decade that are recurring now and warn of imminent danger.
I'm not worried about China, nor about George Soros' dire warnings.
For Thursday October 15, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Goldman Sachs (GS), Citigroup (C), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Mattel (MAT), Schlumberger (SLB) and Wynn Resorts (WYNN).
EJF Capital provides some good ideas for long-term investment portfolios.
The strongest sector right now is benefiting from interest rates talk.
A good summary of today's earnings reports from Goldman Sachs (GS). TMT (+)INTC: EPS: $0.66 vs. $0.65 on better Revs(14.7B vs 14.47B). Investors will like Q4 view given consensus thought probably in line off slightly higher Q3 base. Assume bears wi...