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Could equity markets be ready to roll over? To tell you the truth, I thought that the risk to the downside had increased late last week.
"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." - Popularized by Mark Twain Here are some recent columns which express my inflationary concerns and disbelief in the inflation data: * Move Over Reddit - wallstreetbets - There is...
Tuesday was a quirky sort of day that came ahead of the FOMC policy decision set for this (Wednesday) afternoon.
McDonald's charts look a little unhealthy right now.
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.
Experts pick their favorite comfort food stocks that have benefited from the stay-at-home trend.
A company that consistently increases its quarterly dividends tends to see a step-like move higher in its share price. For me, that's DPZ.
The big doubt in the back of my head is that Jeff Bezos wants to take his eye off of the (this) ball to do other things.
Everyone gets frightened. Everyone fears the water moccasin when hip deep in the swamp. Everyone fears what they cannot see, and what they do not understand.
It's the restaurant sector, which would still appear to be in for a rough time moving forward.
As promised, here's my short list of corporate earnings reports to watch next week: Monday, January 25: Xilinx . Tuesday, January 26: American Express ; Raytheon Technologies ; Verizon ; F5 Networks ; Microsoft ; Starbucks . Wednesday, January 27: ...
There is at least a case to be made for breaking up big tech. TWTR isn't in that position.
The consistent annual dividend increases by this quartet even during bad times make them good income-investing bets going forward.
Surprisingly, 2020 has turned out to be decent year for restaurant stocks.
A combination of factors make dividend investing a smart strategy, so I'll unpack some ideas as we see a sharp rebound in dividend-paying stocks.
The bottom half of the sector performance tables Monday was littered with the debris of everything that works well if our economic recovery proceeds smoothly, which it no longer is.
The shares peaked in October and have started a downtrend.
The Dec. 18, $220 calls for $2.00 or so are a decent value, and here's where I think they could go.
The better-living 'dividend derby' is on, and here's how several names stack up.
We look at several internet-related names and see solid dividends ahead for Broadcom.
Mickey D's once again shows its ability to deliver in challenging environments.
BYND didn't offer formal guidance though did focus on the unpredictability of Covid-19 and its impact on food services.
What the Nasdaq experienced Monday is known not just as an 'Outside Day,' but an 'Outside Reversal,' and these can be dangerous.
Let's see how the charts are positioned after earnings Monday.
For starters, Cracker Barrel remains a top candidate.