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Stitch Fix has surpassed earnings expectations every quarter since coming public.
It wasn't a pickup in business that fueled the beat, it was a demonstration of fiscal management.
A subset of tech is expensive, as well as tech IPOs, but the majority of sectors are far from overvalued.
Can markets go higher? Certainly, but we still need to see higher prices form here on higher volumes in order to confirm that those big kids are playing ball.
In any other administration I'd avoid the idea, but this administration and this president love to get on social media and make a splash.
I would consider taking advantage of the higher volatility to setup a bullish risk reversal.
I'd either wait for a breakout or retracement because we're stuck in technical limbo after today's gap higher.
Although not completely immune to tariffs and Trade Wars, I could see LOW...escaping relatively unscathed.
These 'Bearish Bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
It's a company without debt and a valuation that consists of 11% cash all while remaining profitable.
SFIX is a company that has been fundamentally performing well.
Traders are taking a bearish stance on Stitch Fix, with online apparel company reporting its earnings today.
I don't see an upside move for Stitch Fix.
Jim Cramer often says about Apple... 'Own it, don't trade it.'
These are where my focus is until we see correlation wane.
The probability of a bounce exceeds the probability of a continued drop.
Holding a new issue through an earnings release can be 'dicey' as we have no past history to crunch.
The SEC has allowed the firm to remain viable. This also keeps the cult following in place.
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If you are taking some gains don't expect much downside before remounts develop.
Tariffs go into effect Friday and there continues to be a lack of attractive setups for traders.
We are not seeing much in the way of typical holiday speculative action.
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It's challenging to anticipate where the next move will come, but I'm watching utilities.
Small-cap stocks in the cloud are looking strong for the rest of the year.