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It seems sellers remain in control of the shares of the maker of off-road vehicles and powersports equipment.
There are enough bearish signals from the technical indicators to keep from going long in shares of the maker of powersports vehicles.
IBM has increased its dividend, even though its revenue, earnings per share and cash flow from operations fell. Here's what that means for investors.
Look to trade PII from the long side.
In a 'normal' recession, these would be real losers -- but right now? They look like numero 'UNO'.
Prices could break out on the upside for further gains but right now I think a pullback of some degree is in order.
PII may have a good long-term story but right now the charts don't recognize it.
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The equity only put/call ratio is a great short-term, contrary indicator.
Given that protection is priced so cheaply, be sure to hedge this risky trade.
Polaris Industries and Ralph Lauren show how it can pay to buy quality names when they are down.
Forward looking valuations, except for Nvidia, are very low.
Over the last seven years PII posted outstanding growth across every major metric.
Disappointing fourth-quarter earnings for Harley-Davidson. Can CEO Matt Levatich make his vision a reality? Watch his speech from AimExpo 2017.
You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.
Kawasaki just unleashed some monster motorcycles for 2018. There's something for everyone, that much is for sure.
Driverless cars may get all the headlines, but we see opportunities in these more traditional names.
Harley-Davidson, Polaris owned Indian and Ducati were no doubt doing a double takes at this year's AIMExpo when Kawasaki put its Ninja H2R on display. This premium machine is so bad, it's not even street legal! Must see video with all the features that make it worth the whopping $55,000 price tag.
Harley-Davidson's sales continue to slide. Recently, Harley-Davidson CEO Matt Levatich and Polaris CEO Scott Wine shared the stage at the recent AIMExpo in Columbus, Ohio. Both CEO's said they are committed to the next generation of riders. Watch video of Harley-Davidson's bad recent boy bikes.
Philosophers say we can't buy time. Options traders know we can sell it.
Polaris' situation is reminiscent of troubles at Chipotle.
The motorcycle maker is cutting into Harley's business and its stock is recovering.
Investors looking for an oil rebound might find Polaris a better play than owning oil companies directly.
Get paid very well for making the 'uncomfortable' play others are afraid to take.