|Day Low/High||16.75 / 22.30|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.38 / 17.67|
In a 'normal' recession, these would be real losers -- but right now? They look like numero 'UNO'.
* It's the mother of all short squeezes (part deux) * Does he live under water? "Yeah, like Bizarro Superman, Superman's exact opposite, who lives in the backwards Bizarro world. Up is down, down is up, he says hello when he leaves, goodbye when he...
Macy's announced it is laying off 3,900 corporate jobs in a move to cut costs as its business has been hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
As Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Radio would say, good morning, good morning! With Doug out today, I'll be once again taking the Diary wheel for a spin. U.S. equities tumbled on Wednesday as the surge in reported coronavirus cases put the kybosh on the re-o...
Young day traders have flocked to the market, and they don't know a balance sheet from a ball of yarn.
This market is broken, and here's the good news and bad news about trading in it right now.
What might change my mind? The ability to reestablish the dividend. That would get me fired up.
The S&P 500 Index Committee has work to do as it decides which companies remain in the index, and that could impact whether some remain Aristocrats.
Jerome Powell hit the airwaves with some words of caution and comfort. Nvidia is running into earnings.
Amazon would benefit from becoming a Mall Rat -- a brick and mortar presence could offer some distinct advantages to the online retail giant.
This is likely to be a big retail loser, but here's how you can win with buying puts in M.
Retail and real estate already were undergoing change and that process only will be accelerated by differences in how we live amid the coronavirus.
We keep hearing about Macy's, J.C. Penney, Kohl's and others who are in trouble -- well here's why.
While there will be bumps, thuds and even some damage, 2020 will by no means bring about an end to dividend investing.
Initiating a position in the burrito restaurant chain requires a bit of caution because of potential supply chain impacts on the company.
* My revised levels I don't want there to be any ambiguity about the size of my positions or about my buy and short levels as I strive for as much transparency as possible. "When the time comes to buy, you won't want to." --Walter Deemer "When the t...
After a company reports we all know what's wrong, it's immunized. And that's when you can buy.
From Danielle DiMartino Booth: The retail sector is one of the first to be wholesale downgraded by the rating agencies due to the coronavirus; the distinction is the second-order effect as the downgrades spread from brick and mortar retailers to t...
I don't think it would be too much of a stretch to imagine that too many investors, or citizens for that matter, will mind seeing March 2020 head on out of here.
While Johnson & Johnson and other pharma cos. give us hope, here's my wish list to keep the nation safe and the economy ready to go again.
Investors are wise to take a wait-and-see approach amid store closures, furloughs, social distancing and other measures in response to the outbreak.
It's a paradigm shift that all started with Zoom and Cisco's Webex.
I fear that M may not survive the shelter in place economy and a reverse split may not be much help.
Let's talk about opportunities amid the coronavirus crisis, and how Fed Chair Jerome Powell took bold action that puts us in a better position than before.
It's online, off-price, or nothing in the time of the coronavirus.
Is this the end of the world? No. You still need to plan for your financial well-being, even as the CDC tells us 'this might be bad.'
Plus, a bit of coaching on how to put your money to work opportunistically amid the uncertainty.
While it might be tempting to buy any dip, the coronavirus' quick spread, recent downgrades, softness in services and other factors should give pause.