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It appears that the computers (and their algos) dropped acid this afternoon! Next up Netflix .
Experts suggest what both growth and income investors should do with these new 'separate' entities.
I am of the view that Netflix might have some bad subscription numbers today after the close. If so, streaming companies could get hit. I sold Disney for that reason this morning.
It was what the St. Louis Fed President said regarding short-term rate targets that left the deepest impression.
Place a percentage on the likelihood of recession? It sounds more like someone trying harder to not get it wrong than trying to get it right.
Also, play the companies that benefit from inflation, not Cathie's clowns, which are hurt by it.
Cash-strapped consumers could be rethinking their streaming subscriptions.
How should investors view the new WBD and T now as the suspense of debt, combined entertainment powerhouses, legacy telecoms and competition take center stage?
We got a rally as we should have, but it was heavily concentrated in the index movers, which means breadth was terrible. Let's look under the hood to find out why this is still a trading market.
The stock comes into today on a nine day winning streak and some profit taking would be expected.
* Say hello to the market's new friends... "You wanna play rough? Okay! Say hello to my little friend." - Tony Montana, Scarface Move over Facebook (Meta) , Amazon , Apple , Netflix and Google (Alphabet) . And say hello to the market's new friends...
Let's look at the optimist's and the pessimist's views of how this market could play out.
The illusion making the market appear healthier than it actually is -- thanks to strength in a handful of big names -- has mostly faded. But one of those big names, Apple, may have a unique challenge.
Going to leave this broke-down palace On my hands and my knees I will roll, roll, roll Make myself a bed by the waterside In my time, in my time, I will roll, roll, roll - The Grateful Dead, Brokedown Palace The breakdown in individual stocks, as I...
I heard a lot about a new bull market leg this morning in the business media. Not for me: * Market breadth so so and weakening. * Russell (a new short yesterday) is not crowing. * s turn negative. * As I mentioned yesterday/this morning - , , , , ...
I am less optimistic about growth stocks (and I recently sold my Netflix , Amazon and Alphabet ): Citigroup hikes U.S. equities to 'overweight', sees demand for growth stocks — *Walter Bloomberg (@DeItaone) March 3, 2022
Price has a way of changing sentiment (h/t The Divine Ms. M.) and, in watching the business media, many (who were absent on Tuesday) are miraculously bullish (likely in response to today's strong spike). Me, I am sticking with my calculus (the mar...
A post-pandemic bubble in certain assets is only one thing the market and investors must work through right now.
I have sold the balance of my at $109.25, and I'm out of at $89.11. Also: - Sold my entire holdings in Amazon and Alphabet at $3058 and $2685, respectively. If I'm correct about the market, I will be repurchasing at lower prices. - Sold my position ...
Our strategy of avoiding the long side has worked, but what next?
As the great stimulus punch bowl gets taken off the table, what can we expect from this homebuilder name?
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Filings with the SEC show pitch for single-name exchange-traded funds that would give swap-based leverage access to companies like tech giants Alphabet and Microsoft, AAPL, TSLA.
* I sold out my entire VIAC position - common, preferred, calls and short puts - on Monday as I was fearful of a miss to profits * The company's results raise the issue of "profitless prosperity" in streaming * Everyone's new "value play" is looking...
It is somewhat encouraging to be seeing insider buying notably increasing as equities offer lower entry points.
* Higher streaming costs will likely lead to weak 4Q2021 EPS results - to be reported tomorrow - and will likely dull and limit overall EPS growth in 2022-24 * Barring a merger, which seems increasingly unlikely - see below, the shares could be rang...
Here we'll look at the GlobalX Millennial Consumer exchange-traded fund, and see how it keeps score.