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The technical patterns of the social media giant suggest its shares have more ground to give.
There is a point where if longer-dated yields move high enough, defensive-minded investors will be drawn from equities to debt securities.
Silver has had a reputation as a market that can be easily manipulated.
This looks like consolidation after a big run rather than a major shift in market character.
There is at least a case to be made for breaking up big tech. TWTR isn't in that position.
I can't see who they hurt, what harm they have done and why the original decisions by the FTC should be overturned.
Underlying support was quite impressive Wednesday morning, suggesting there still is plenty of capital looking for a place to go.
The company behind the Snapchat app has had a nice run, but its technical signals point to potential weakness in the coming weeks.
Don't let the blandness of the term 'Regulation A' fool you -- this exemption allowing private companies to offer securities to the public can make for a great, high risk play.
The stock picking is exceptionally strong and has little correlation with the indices.
This year has probably created long-term changes in the adoption curves for things such as e-commerce and gaming.
I'm not impressed by the markets' moves and they could easily foil even the best plans -- but here's how to position yourself.
E-commerce advertising remains strong, and it looks like brand ad spend rebounded sharply as Q3 progressed.
If a tech company can sell a narrative of runaway long-term growth, it's getting richly rewarded. But if the narrative starts getting questioned, things can turn ugly in a hurry.
* The technical and fundamental signposts could be spelling near term problems ahead * Yesterday I moved to a medium-sized short exposure - adding to and initiating more short positions * I have a negative short and intermediate term market view "A...
Several sessions over the past 10 days have seen increased trading volume at the NYSE, but not the Nasdaq, and for the S&P 500, but not the Nasdaq Composite. Is this professional risk reduction?
The S&P 500 has made a weak close on six of the last seven days.
Just take the three most obvious letters in FAANG -- Facebook, Apple, and Netflix -- they were all ideas from my children.
Traders have to know not only if one of their holdings is reporting, but also if an influential name in the sector is reporting.
I expect the indices will jump around again soon on news about fiscal stimulus.
* SNAP's extraordinary top line results bode well for Twitter and its shares I have long felt that Twitter has an unusual platform - one that can not easily be duplicated. Yesterday, with the great Snap results (SNAP shares were +$6.70 in pre-mark...
There has been a steady diet of "good" stocks, although they can shift quickly and require vigilance.
A lot to discuss -- the markets' reasonably large drop from the day's highs, Netflix's very weak subscriber adds (and $32/share drop in the after hours), Snap's good usage numbers (and its salutary impact on Twitter's shares after the close (up $3/...
Monday showed some signs of not just profit-taking, but some risk-off behavior by professional managers. What gives? Why now?