|Day Low/High||87.85 / 89.17|
|52 Wk Low/High||58.22 / 98.95|
The indexes have been hiding poor action in growth stocks and better action in small-caps.
Here's why it's time to jettison any personal holdings that are clearly pricey and swap into names that are undervalued.
If you like ORCL, you don't have to hurry. It's not about to take off.
My trades? What am I doing? Maintaining not gargantuan, but elevated cash levels. Not going crazy.
As we head into the last hour of trading for the week, here are some of the items worth noting next week: Economic Data - Wednesday, September 8: Weekly MBA Mortgage Applications Index; Weekly EIA Crude Oil Inventories; Fed Beige Book; July Consum...
The evolution of the cloud is happening across the economy at light speed. So it must be with the military application of such high tech.
The main action is rotation into the FATMAAN names and a few other big-caps.
I think I just take a walk and whistle on by ORCL without getting involved.
For example, consider stocks that should benefit from our ever-increasing digital lifestyle.
The public seems to have resigned itself to dealing with a greater degree of inflation for longer than anything I would have considered to be 'transitory.' The again, the public is often as wrong as the Fed.
A key technical pattern indicates the stock of the software giant could trade sideways for a bit.
I find this action most likely to be less than sustainable, without provoking an algorithmic counter. In other words, don't just be nimble, but tread softly.
Should the Nasdaq create a new low for the week at any point from here... we will have to admit to being in correction.
Buyers of the information technology giant's shares have been more aggressive for several months now.
Microsoft owns a slew of assets that it could use to strengthen each business, and it could see strategic value in owning a popular consumer social media platform.
This is a highly desirable property that comes without a lot of headaches, but also a fitting price tag, and why Microsoft is watching.
On the back of several major market indices putting in fresh highs this week, we have a bunch of fresh Buy ratings (and a sell, too): Adobe initiated with a Buy at Goldman; target $580 Intuit resumed with a Neutral at Goldman; target $430 Meritage ...
This is one of few homebuilder equities that did not have a big move up in 2020 and the stock is cheap.
I need to see more upside momentum for DAL to provoke my inner bull.
GS, JPM and MS are removing products from the Hong Kong exchange derived from companies deemed to have ties to the Chinese military.
An executive order says U.S. purchases of military-linked Chinese companies must stop by January 11, including three of the world's top-20 telecoms.
The New York Stock Exchange will delist China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom - all top 20 telecoms globally - by January 11.
The CRM software giant sports relatively low sales and billings multiples, and it stands to benefit in several ways from COVID's impact on enterprise tech adoption.
Long-term investors need to understand that an over-reliance upon tracking funds will ultimately exacerbate volatility, and once everyone is standing on the same side of the ship, destabilize financial systems.
Salesforce could see value both in how Slack is used to collaborate with co-workers and in how it's increasingly used to engage with customers.
Turn Oracle from a low-beta blue chip into a high octane gain.
We're down and it's a rocky week ahead, but we have a group of five bull markets for times like this.