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I was quite active in my trading and investing over the last two days (while I was on the West Coast and not writing in my Diary). Here is a summary of my actions: * I have added to my private equity shorts - (a new position) joins . * I have reesta...
The impact of Elizabeth Warren is pretty much everywhere Thursday.
Kimberly-Clark's performance is nothing to sneeze at, and neither is Coca-Cola's, as higher sales, higher prices and big demand from emerging markets appear to give us a return to the good old days of great senior growth stocks.
Also, defense industry names can breathe easier with word of debt ceiling and federal spending deal.
The dividend yields on these stocks range from 2.4% to 3.0%, and in the last two quarters all three once again boosted their quarterly dividend.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
Anything weak is a positive to be excited about and anything strong is a nightmare because that might stiffen Powell's resolve to keep rates where they are instead of cutting them.
Now, we know that if we got any sort of truce in the trade war, with the exception of the financials, these hated sectors would be loved.
We have to stipulate what makes a market really tick these days in a world where we are ruled by tariffs and trade with a Fed sideshow.
These are the days when if you're brave you get a good price and begin the ride to greater riches.
Portfolio managers are exercising their First Amendment right to do incredibly stupid things.
Is this just some routine consolidation after a big run or is it an indicator of further weakness ahead?
Citi is severely undervalued, even as financials underperform.
The advantage goes to P&G as the larger of the two behemoths in consumer staples has been posting stronger results of late.
Keeping an eye on the Senate shutdown vote and any trade discussion today, and watching key support levels on the SPX.
Volatility appears to be the most attractive play during the early portion of earnings season.
Whether this is the end of the slump is still up for debate, but the crash since October has been brutal and all bear markets end the same way.
This reliable name should continue to generate consistent income, no matter what the stock market does.
It's done without much thought even though their companies are doing amazingly well.
What would make this market bottom? I have 5 things that must occur before we do.
I would not look to trade Kimberly Clark now.
They are coining money selling phones and making even more - in terms of gross profit on the services stream.
There is clear divergence between the best and the worst performers in each sector this earnings season.
Let's check the charts and indicators of KMB and send the comments along to Michael Hsu.