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Upside - +22% (announces multiple launch agreement with SpaceX for its next 68 Sub-Meter high-resolution Earth Observation satellites; by 2025 will sample any point on earth up to 40x/day at sub-1 meter resolution) - +21% (earnings, guidance) - +19%...
These markets expect the Fed to take the FFR up 225 basis points by September and another 50 bps to make 275 in total by year's end.
* I always sell on the first revelation of accounting issues or financial restatements A week ago restated its 2021 results downward to a larger loss of $1.06 billion and few analysts or shareholders paid much attention. (LYFT has an accumulated lo...
Markets will either confirm or deny Monday's bullish reversal this week. Traders are already up to their eyeballs in water snakes and alligators.
The ride-sharing firm looks poised to see its profits inflect higher in 2022 and 2023.
As in recent bear-market rallies, the most expensive stocks tended to outperform the most. This might be a sign that the market hasn't finished delivering some hard lessons.
Let's look at these two ride-hailing companies and why they look a lot like a trip to the casino.
I had actually worried a bit that Arm was going to take Jensen Huang's eye off of the ball. That worry can now be put to bed.
Supply chain issues would indicate that investing in the shipping space might produce a payoff; here are a few ways to do it, though I favor one in particular.
Wall Street is missing the big picture -- the uncertainty of ride-hailing's future.
The tech sector's tumble might have more in common with the events of 1987 than those of 2000/2001. If this proves the case, some buying opportunities are forming.
Uber and Lyft have no cars. General Motors has no chips. Airbnb has no real estate. Evergrande has no money. Robinhood has no shareholders equity. Bitcoin has no intrinsic value. Tesla has no auto-based profits. Zoom and Peloton have no physical pla...
The shares of the ride-sharing service appear as though they'll be heading lower in the near term based on its charts.
This COVID-19 vaccine is the potential savior of more than just the market.
Here we'll look at one REIT, and see whether it should feel gain or pain based on the work-from-home trends we're seeing play out.
The tale of two rideshare earnings tapes could tip the scales of opinion.
Plus, taking another look at Robinhood post-IPO and what it says about the modern marketplace.
Here's why only speculators should be betting on DKNG.
Is the truth in the jobs report or GM's earnings? Or is it in the cruise lines or the real estate firms? Let me show you the 'REIT' way to look at it.
Doesn't the Fed now have to taper asset purchases simply to avoid becoming an even greater force in these markets?
Just as fears of Fed tightening and a trade war created buying opportunities in tech and elsewhere in late 2018, arguably overblown fears about the Delta variant's economic impact are creating opportunities now.
Among other things, results revealed that quite a few firms are now facing a higher bar, and that reopenings have begun affecting consumer behavior in a number of ways.
After today's close we have yet another sea of corporate earnings reports to sift through and gather data points for either positions we have or ones we're contemplating. Here's the list of ones that I'll be digging into: Activision Blizzard Caesar...
UPS and FDX are both in serious rally mode, yet in very different places in terms of technical development.
Think of Grab as a combination of Lyft, DoorDash, and PayPal.