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These names in diverse industries have suffered from tax-loss selling and offer 'bounce back' potential in January.
Ending the pandemic swiftly appears unlikely, so here's how to look at key stocks and sectors right now -- especially as concerns of new lockdowns grow.
I see so much upside in airline and cruise ship stocks over the next 3-6 months.
All in all stick with the tipping pointers, they are the drivers of this and the next leg higher.
I will come back to these names over and over again as we are now in the sweet spot for many.
Be a landlubber for now and avoid the long side of RCL.
I think that when I see the kind of across the board give up as we have today, I think it's healthy not toxic.
Often hidden reasons are lurking below when there's maximum confusion, and here's what they are.
The amateurs won. Is that really possible? It happened.
But that's exactly where we are right now, in this third day of the rotation, so here's your path to safety.
The Fed chairman's gutsy decision to backstop pretty much everyone averted massive job losses and putting entire industries into receivership.
Investing isn't brain surgery: Keep a portfolio that's diversified with these qualities, and it will pay off on days like this.
Let me disabuse you of some of the biggest canards that people routinely spout involving the Fed and stocks.
As Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Radio would say, good morning, good morning! With Doug out today, I'll be once again taking the Diary wheel for a spin. U.S. equities tumbled on Wednesday as the surge in reported coronavirus cases put the kybosh on the re-o...
Do you know what a company does, does it do it well, and is there anything going on that could change the trajectory?
I can't educate the foreign investors. The professional mutual fund managers think I'm dead wrong. But I can help teach the new retail traders.
Young day traders have flocked to the market, and they don't know a balance sheet from a ball of yarn.
The airlines and cruise companies are falling back down to earth, and here's why they started to take off in the first place.
Something's very wrong here. I don't know how this can be. But it is happening and it seemingly can't be stopped.
So what's the narrative? Simple: the recession is ending, it turned out to be a V recession and recovery after all.
Royal Caribbean, Carnival and other cruise operators have significant hurdles to clear before they're appealing as equity investments.
With financial help these companies are already on the mend when you look at forward bookings which is, when you value these stocks, all that really matters.
I know that some funds actually lost their whole year or worse, because they stayed short and were forced to cover these shorts.
There was a mild increase in trading volume at the New York Stock Exchange, but it was a rotational shift.
Oil isn't really worthless and Amazon isn't the only retailer that will survive, but we are in a mixed up market thanks to Covid-19.
What you are looking for right now are stocks that haven't moved that can get the credit they need.
It could make the difference if the debt and equity markets remained thawed after a brief period of freezing.