|Day Low/High||48.13 / 50.42|
|52 Wk Low/High||17.72 / 49.47|
Here's how to play STNE as its profitability, balance sheet, backers -- and chart -- look strong.
There are times when the indices fail to tell the story of what is really going on.
Backed by serious investor prowess, shares appear ready to bust out of a huge wedge pattern on the weekly chart -- here's how to play STNE.
If you see something you love, then take a nibble, but big bites aren't on the menu for me today.
Buffett and Munger have some questions to answer, some situations to ponder, and probably a more concerned public than in the past to deal with.
Sometimes an attractive high-growth name will come to you rather than you having to chase it.
They seem to have sucked up a lot of capital in this market.
There are a few signs of problems so don't get too comfortable with long positions.
Market players are more skeptical of the quick moves on U.S.-China trade news.
This rally caught many institutional investors by surprise and when that happens they tend to put money in the most liquid names very fast.
Valuation and all the other issues that are being discussed are secondary to the price action.
This trading is starting to create some fairly deep pullbacks.
I am watching for a few things to develop as the day progresses and will put cash to work if I can.
This market needed something to distract it from the inverted yield issue and deteriorating technical conditions, and AAPL is not going to provide it.
The bears will have to go back to hoping and whining about the Fed.
If you listen to some pundits, you are foolish to trust the trend and should be rushing to sell in order to prepare for the disaster that awaits naive bulls.
Sharp intraday reversals tend to lead to more selling.
Some momentum movers are becoming extended and have seen profit-taking Monday.
Brazilian e-commerce firm StoneCo is expanding fast with a big boost from the country's inefficient payment market.
Apple and Facebook are driving the market up, even as a post-crash cloud looms over Boeing.