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Cathie Wood appeared on CNBC this morning. Here is my reaction to her interview: High price/sales with no earnings implies access to free capital. This implies over investment with low ROI. Wood is WRONG. Sure her disruptive firms will grow but ...
Let's see how corporate insiders know best what their shares are worth -- and how investors can learn from their moves.
Jerome Powell must be very worried about Omicron and the variant's ability to prolong inflation where it might have started to ebb.
It's easy to see tragedies like the one unfolding in Kabul and want a response from the market, but that's not its job. This, however, is. ...
I could be wrong, but as far as I can tell, nobody else is telling the story about the sudden movement in these yields.
One cannot say that the financial marketplace is completely disrespecting or indifferent to what Fed Chair Powell may signal.
Let's look at this 'real money' indicator -- and the top 5 insider purchases by company -- amid the August action.
Still, this may not be the easiest name to buy. No one is jumping in from the value side.
Strong performance has pushed the Singapore state investor's assets to record levels. But its cross-border scope is increasingly difficult to maintain.
It happened around May 12, but strangely, it's finally being talked about and noticed right now.
Look at the stocks you own. Can you tell me why you've got them? If you can't answer the following three questions, then have a look at several I like right now.
I want to start with a blank slate, or a blank face, devoid of blush to find out what's really going on.
The banks are parking large amounts of dough at the Fed every night. Last Friday's number was the highest single day total since 2017.
There's absolutely no good reason for the Fed to still be supporting the mortgage market and there hasn't been for quite some time.
The company reports earnings this Wednesday.
The shares are set to begin a recovery after a bruising five-month decline.
Just look at Snowflake, the ARKK and compare to the S&P 500 and Dow.
When GameStop filed to sell 3.5 million shares, the notion that Ryan Cohen had something up his sleeve went out the window.
It may seem ridiculous, but you can distill the market down to these two names because they stand for palpable themes.
Risk levels - stop loss orders - should not be ignored.
What crushed the individual was a lack of diversification.
Here's why the institutional stewards of capital who are taking back control of the market are salivating over a dirty old iron company.
Once you recognize that growth versus value is a false dichotomy than we can figure out what's ailing so much of the market.