QuantumScape Corporation Class A (QS)

58.99
1.30 2.25
NYSE
Prev Close 57.69
Open 58.38
Day Low/High 58.02 / 59.14
52 Wk Low/High 9.74 / 132.73
Volume 403.05K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 366.56B
Market Cap 20.14B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Time to review the charts and indicators.

High valuations, margin debt and the ARK effect could lead to more pain for some names. But the selloff could also create buying opportunities in other tech companies.

Nothing has been more important recently than the power of stock picking.

Here's the kind I like to buy -- and the vetted stocks that you can play on 'good' risk.

Thursday's big gains in Robinhood favorites might partly be a case of investors front-running purchases they expect to be made with the help of new stimulus checks.

The global warming issue is now front and center.

We need the market to emotionally reset like traders should have done over the holidays.

Time for another look at the shares as we start 2021.

If you are chasing higher, this is something worth watching in terms of risk management.

When I see something bearish I point it out as opposed to ignoring it.

I think the enthusiasm of the indefatigable wave of these buyers is equal to or superior to the disdain the S&P mimicking pros have.

I would consider booking profits and significantly reduce your long exposure.

This action is not going to last forever, and the big question now is to what degree it will persist as we finish up the year.

What happens when the dream portion of the market collides with the real stock market?

Unfortunately, I envision a very big fall coming to many of the names that have run triple-digits over the past month or so.

It is important to decide whether you are trading the indices or trading individual stocks because the approaches are completely different.

Our latest technical analysis and strategy on QS shares.

A high-wave candle pattern on QS identifies a top on the chart.

Despite negative volatility, at this point it looks like a pause in the uptrend and not a major top.

It seems we've lost all semblance of sanity. Let's look at two companies to see the craziness of the market we're in.

The action in the SPAC names is classic 'hot sector' trading.

The primary focus is on the price action in individual stocks rather than macro-arguments or the technical condition of the indices.

What we have seen, in addition to the pullbacks, are management teams taking advantage of the huge moves higher.

In my view, one needs to be careful chasing here.