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A report indicated that Trump Administration officials are seeking ways to limit capital flows from U.S. investors into China.
There is always a repository of trading ideas that are foisted upon the stock market by the options market.
To effectively generate profits, a trader must pick several companies in a sector and short the whole bunch.
Tesla front-man Elon Musk could have a catalyst up his sleeve for Friday.
With MSCI increasing the weight of domestic Chinese stocks in its global index weighting, what happens in China does not stay in China.
I would love to see a real implosion in the Shanghai market caused by trade tremors. Why? Because I don't own any Chinese equities and yet still believe in the country's long-term growth stories.
China is the second-largest market globally for Tesla.
Musk should be more worried about survival than the stock price or sticking it to the shorts.
The stalling in the market indices has fueled the pessimists, but there is still no notable selling taking place.
The best move here is to stay focused on stock picking but manage positions tightly.
This stock market is doing a nice job of making it tough on everyone.
China's electric-car rival to Tesla has only been trading since September but it's poised to make waves.
And why I won't recommend any other stocks in these markets, right now.
The market always likes to be reassured by a dovish Fed.
Trading opportunities have been very good and that is the main thing that matters now.
Cash is a lazy asset, but the genesis of Berkshire's underperformance has been choosing the wrong investments.
If you are an index trader it is a tough call, but for stock-pickers it remains a very good trading market.
What makes Nio interesting is its huge potential, likelihood of favorable attention from the Chinese government, and its influential investors.
The Nasdaq is now up nine weeks in a row, but what was most notable this week was the excellent stock-picking.
So far there is no bounce in Kraft Heinz which is not a good sign.
When the indices aren't offering much opportunity money flows into individual speculative names.
Weak action is a refreshing change and it doesn't mean the market is going to collapse.
There are some big shifts Wednesday in names that have recently been the hottest.
It is the action in secondary stocks that is giving the action a much better feel.
There is a lot of grumbling that the positive response to earnings that were recently cut is not justified.
It's tough to do much while we await major news events.
I'd like to be far more upbeat but I'm frustrated that I'm not seeing more things to buy.