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The technical signals of the online lender need to firm up before its stock becomes attractive from a technical viewpoint.
Plus, Ford and Rivian, and SoFi Technologies' national bank charter.
After listening/watching nearly every commentator on FIN TV buying PayPal over the last two months - it piqued my interest and I spent a few hours on the name. It's a pass for me after doing that research. The same applies to . A pass there, too.
Plus, a look at rising mortgage rates and why SoFi Technologies is a stock for which I continue to hold out hope.
Fiscal and monetary policy is no longer unbounded and we're likely well past the points of peak economic activity and peak liquidity.
* The setup for 2022 is far different than 2021. * After a lengthy period of unbounded fiscal and monetary largesse we are exiting peak economic activity and peak liquidity * Sell strength and buy weakness? * The growth and narrow market performance...
I have to admit that I deployed a good bit of cash on Tuesday, far more than I expected to during Thanksgiving week.
With a ton of additional shares soon becoming free to trade and questions about its growth prospects, Robinhood looks overpriced.
It was almost nice to be reminded that the saloon doors to the financial markets still swing both ways.
Still, my favorite financial name at the moment is SoFi Technology as I believe that they have all of these banks in their sights.
JPM reported the firm's third quarter financial performance and the unofficial start of earnings season is officially underway.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
My reading of the technicals and Cramer's advice don't always agree. Here's where you can choose when to pull the lever on SOFI.
Plus, a look at what's going on inside the trader's brain as he looks at Walt Disney, Airbnb and SoFi Technologies.
SOFI's technicals have not gotten the message from the fundamentals.
Just as fears of Fed tightening and a trade war created buying opportunities in tech and elsewhere in late 2018, arguably overblown fears about the Delta variant's economic impact are creating opportunities now.
There's a split growing at the FOMC as to just how transitory the current burst of consumer level inflation actually is.
The public seems to have resigned itself to dealing with a greater degree of inflation for longer than anything I would have considered to be 'transitory.' The again, the public is often as wrong as the Fed.