|Day Low/High||16.56 / 17.67|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.35 / 31.38|
Folks need a day where nothing big picture happened. That being said, we're still seeing some huge moves.
The best move right now is don't let losses grow and don't do much, if any, buying.
Here's our analysis and trading strategy for the fitness company.
Here's what's on my radar as market players continue to be optimistic about the prospects of individual stocks into earnings.
There are some signs of an intraday reversal in the S&P 500 SPY that I'm monitoring.
The primary focus is on trying to put more cash to work.
This is a very healthy market and some consolidations and pullbacks would be advantageous for trading.
This is the same sort of rotation that we saw in early September.
This great trading action comes in an environment with so many dramatic news headlines.
There a several names that I expect to see strong earnings results from.
This isn't a market with a lot of very extended stocks so the chances of catching some names at support are good.
The pockets of strong movement are very narrow right now.
I'm still optimistic about some good trading developing but today is not the day to push too hard.
Stock picking isn't working nearly as well today and that is a warning sign we have to heed.
This is a great market for trading, so trade it.
With new equipment -- and new price points -- Peloton is ready to bring in new customers. This is a stock that could still grow nicely once the impetus for that growth fades.
A potentially attractive trade idea based on past observations on Citron long calls.
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