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Look at the stocks you own. Can you tell me why you've got them? If you can't answer the following three questions, then have a look at several I like right now.
The banks are parking large amounts of dough at the Fed every night. Last Friday's number was the highest single day total since 2017.
There's absolutely no good reason for the Fed to still be supporting the mortgage market and there hasn't been for quite some time.
The company reports earnings this Wednesday.
Amazingly, one group isn't just left behind, it just keeps losing money, while the other group is shrugging off this day with aplomb.
Aggressive traders could begin probing the long side of TWLO.
Let's look at this impossible move on the market -- and why health care could be coming off life support.
It may seem ridiculous, but you can distill the market down to these two names because they stand for palpable themes.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
Our latest look at the cybersecurity name's charts and indicators.
I would not even think of buying these shares ahead of this evening's closing bell.
This isn't an aggressive trade in my view but I'm not sure I want to be aggressive here.
Among other things, the president works to align Democratic senators to support his massive Covid relief bill.
Here's the kind I like to buy -- and the vetted stocks that you can play on 'good' risk.
As power has changed hands in the White House, we can expect these names -- and themes -- to benefit.
The hack stands to drive an uptick in corporate and government spending to protect both on-premise and cloud assets.
I am talking about themes that can stand the test not of today, or tomorrow, but for all of 2021 and beyond.
I just wish that people knew more about themselves and took the education necessary to understand what can wrong.
Until the $1200 payments in the spring, only a very small handful of people seemed interested in stocks. That changed it.
I rolled up my sleeves to tamp the froth and slay the euphoria, and here's what I found instead.
The longer-term outlook for OKTA remains fine now but the short-term picture remains problematic and vulnerable.
The buyers may be young, but I think callow youth may have the edge over their cynical elders.
Here's why I'm long ZS, suggest taking the conservative road with CRWD, and like OKTA the least.