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|52 Wk Low/High||65.67 / 98.45|
* Growth stocks have led the market's relatively narrow late-March advance -- reminiscent of last year's top-heavy performance * As in 2021, I expect this to end badly I contended -- in yesterday's opening missive (There is Downside Risk to Econom...
"Just one more thing." - Lt Columbo There was a lot of optimism about Micron's earnings and the early $5 advance in the share price. Crickets from bulls after the $7.50 drop from the highs (on massive volume) -- ending down on the day after the ga...
After its latest earnings, here's how I'm trading the chipmaker.
The yield curve certainly signals the U.S. economy will have to pass through troubled waters over the medium to even long-term, but it also signals outright economic contraction remains tomorrow's problem, not today's.
There should be no national priority greater than developing both defensive and offensive hypersonic technology.
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While professional money likely participated heavily on Wednesday, the percentage of these trades that were simply price insensitive, short interest covering, risk removal trades may have been substantial.
Almost forgotten as the investing public priced in a reduced probability for war in eastern Europe, was the January data for producer prices.
For Asia, the Omicron strain is likely to pose a greater threat to business than in the West, and is already making life difficult for many companies.
I'm sure that those who invest in precious metals 100 years after my death will hold physical gold. Can anyone holding Bitcoin make a similar suggestion?
This week will be about the macro. With earnings season still almost two weeks off, December job creation and wage growth will take center stage.
In this week's, "Could the Setup for 2022 Portend an End to the 12-Year Bull Run?" I wrote: Omicron May Extend Supply Chain Disruptions and Boost Inflation In part, a less virulent Omicron seems to have been a contributing influence to the market r...
Negative returns for 2022? It's a midterm election year. We will see increased volatility. Anything is possible, and it would not surprise me.
I was bearish on MU after looking at the charts earlier this month, but now look what has unfolded.
Perhaps the rally had been set up by the depth of the pressure placed on financial markets over the prior three days. Perhaps.
Monday night was a good night for MU shareholders as the firm reported Q1 results.
The semis survived a series of individual tests on Monday, which might be worthy of finding a spot in the back of that mind of yours.
Bear in mind that as Omicron threatens to, and will to some degree, slow economic activity, the real catalyst will be the political and policy response.
With share prices turning softer, we need to reevaluate.
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.
Let's check the not-so-pretty chart on this technology name.
Stockholders must consider multiple angles in approaching a protracted period of chip shortages.
Get out your trading breadboard: As MU's option prices and implied volatility go down, here's a way to play the tech name.
If you are focused on big-cap stocks, you are missing the charts that are setting up the best right now.