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Value stocks are now cheaper than near the Internet and tech top of 1999-2000. Why wait another 20 years this kind of chance?
I am long only Alphabet in the FAANG complex as every other component of Jim "El Capitan" Cramer and our Bobby Lang's acronym are challenged and seem destined for a continued valuation reset... lower. If correct, this will be a challenge for the ma...
"I am going to write a good Diary on Real Money Pro today... and I am going to help people. Because I am good enough, I am smart enough and doggone it, people like me." - Daily Affirmations With Dougie Kass Today's Affirmations is about the lack of ...
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I don't see a major sustainable rally on the near-term horizon to rescue beaten up investors.
With so much uncertainty with near-term problems, it's nice to be able to have a built-in margin of safety.
Counting on analysts to warn you to take profits at the top, or load up when valuations are low, is a fool's game.
* I am neither a Perma Bull nor Perma Bear - I am a value investor who has at my core the marriage of a contrarian and a calculator * I am now less bearish as the markets, and falling share prices, have begun to discount my concerns * Selectively bu...
One positive takeaway last week was the very low trading volume for Nasdaq-listed stocks in aggregate and for constituent names of the Nasdaq Composite.
NFLX has a history of resurrecting itself after Wall Street has counted it out -- could it happen this time, too?
As we close out another volatile trading week, let's strike a more optimistic tune.
* On Thursday the markets suffered a heart attack * Machines are unemotional, human beings are full of emotion * Carnage in the hedge fund community and algos likely were important contributing factors to Thursday's marked reversal The S&P 500 Inde...
Rising interest rates worldwide have already begun to produce slowing sequential growth in purchases of all consumer goods.
Favorable results from the electric vehicle maker are helping give the indexes a lift.
Casual observers might not realize that real sea monsters live under the placid surface of the deep green oceans before us.
Last year, buying every dip in growth stocks burned many small-cap investors, now, that is starting to happen in some beloved large-cap names.
Names like IBM and Home Depot drive up the Dow while Netflix and Facebook trip the Nasdaq 100. Let's check the rotation.
Consider the carnage in a number of high profile hedge funds who mostly own the same group of stocks - , , , . Even , though on a brief rally today and yesterday, has been performing poorly. Ah, yes, there is still (for now)... .
I am much more interested in buying strength than in buying weakness.
* The shares of Netflix, despite its recent schmeissing, remain overpriced * Perhaps, considerably so... Netflix's shares have been roughly cut in half from its peak (From $700/share to $348/share), before it gets another big haircut (-$90 in prem...
Tuesday's rally in the Nasdaq and S&P 500 could prove to be short-lived thanks to disappointing subscriber numbers from Netflix.
The most important issue right now is that bonds find some support.
* The market (and money) never sleeps * Modestly lower futures, reflecting Netflix news - stuck in a small range since subscriber disappointment, though "Workin' on our night moves Trying to lose the awkward teenage blues Workin' on our night moves ...
Readers of the Daily Diary got the scoop from Kass hours earlier, after his close analysis over many months proved correct. Here's how his thesis played out.
Futures and computer programs appear to spur most of the action that was marked by light volume and new lows. Here's what to watch now as earnings from Netflix, IBM and others land.
Netflix , as I feared (see below), was an unmitigated disaster: * Reports Q1 $3.53 vs. $2.92 expected, Revenue is $7.87 billion vs. $7.94 billion expected; * Guides Q2 $3.00 vs. $2.97 expected, total Revenue $8.05 billion vs. $8.21 billion expecte...