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The reprieve is here. Do not miss it.
The weaker members of the tech herd are showing signs that they will be unable to live up to the growth expectations.
I have rarely if ever seen a large company crush earnings expectations so decisively.
* Also, beware of "first level thinking" and looking at the rear view mirror * eBay, Netflix, Twitter, Zoom, Microsoft and Apple all have something in common - the "stay at home theme" has likely been discounted and played out * Leading technology c...
One of the major warnings of a toppy market is selling off on good news.
This is that 72-hour period when the most important names report. Here's what you need to know to get through it.
Although indices were flat for the week, that is exactly what we need for better technical conditions after the dips.
This could be the last chance to add before the stock finally moves into its next technical phase.
The worst example? Netflix. Competition has ended the Golden Years for this streamer.
The stocks of the streaming giant and the social media company appear to have additional downside ahead.
The sour mood suddenly lifted, and stocks enjoyed some very robust action, but that's no reason to let your guard down.
Because unlike almost any other companies in the world, they get the benefit of the doubt, and they deserve it.
Financial markets are telling us something, so it seems.
Many small-caps have been correcting for weeks, and that is starting to spill over into other areas of the market now.
We are no longer in a bull market that will forgive our mistakes, so take precautionary measures. Here are a few I recommend.
Always, always, always stick to your rules. Always. This is why we have targets, pivots and panics.
It's easy to be caught on the wrong side of the rotations if you aren't careful.
Along with its total subscriber adds, keep an eye on Netflix's regional growth rates, as well as its free cash flow guidance and content spending outlook.
Let's look at Nvidia, Microsoft and the FAANG names to see what's really possible.
It may seem ridiculous, but you can distill the market down to these two names because they stand for palpable themes.
Once you recognize that growth versus value is a false dichotomy than we can figure out what's ailing so much of the market.
Investors have made up their minds what's a reopening trade and what isn't and there's nothing anyone can do to change their minds.
I think Fed Chair Powell's going to be right on the transient nature of what everyone's freaking out about.