|Day Low/High||669.43 / 680.97|
|52 Wk Low/High||111.42 / 900.40|
The issue is when the data conflict with the prevailing narrative. We are in such a position now.
The speculative gewgaws have lost their bids again and are falling back to earth. , , , , , , etc., getting taken to the woodshed. Usually this portends broader market weakness - but there is nothing normal about this market. Meanwhile, in part ...
I find this action most likely to be less than sustainable, without provoking an algorithmic counter. In other words, don't just be nimble, but tread softly.
How can a company's stock be hostage to its own shareholders to do the job that the company can't?
The S&P index eclipsed last week's prior all-time high today. The skeptic would write that a 58 handle rise in the S&P Index and a 225 advance in the Nasdaq index was accompanied by only five to three advancers to decliners. The skeptic would al...
Amid the vaccine rollout, we have low rates, money coming from the government to families, and a Fed committed to creating jobs. Here's what it all means for investors.
* We witnessed a contained and rotational correction in March - not the hard correction that many of us expected * Today's market reminds me of my cousin Sandy Koufax's (final) 1966 season - it may be as good as it gets for stocks * While momentum i...
What crushed the individual was a lack of diversification.
These transportation-related picks include EVs, new developments in battery technology, online auto sales, ride-sharing and an Uber-type helicopter service.
As I step into my role as 'Future Man,' I'm looking for undervalued stocks among the sea of supercharged tech names.
ARKK has produced impressive gains but it looks like it is still in a correction phase. Here's what aggressive traders could do.
* Slowly, but very surely, prior market leaders have crashed * At times, markets can churn when leadership is unclear or non existent * But, given current high valuations, a more ominous market outcome seems more likely * Consider "Uncle" Bob Farrel...
Remember always that smaller companies require bigger due diligence.
These are just pieces of paper, you can't love 'em, you can't hate them, you just know them and own them.
Investors have made up their minds what's a reopening trade and what isn't and there's nothing anyone can do to change their minds.
Buying beaten-up shares of companies that are down merely due to analyst downgrades is one of my favorite things to do. Here's a great example using Vera Bradley.
In the end we have a battle not about inflation but about the size of the new cohort that's doing the stimulus check buying.
My Takeaways * The damage today was broad-based * I ended the day with a medium-sized net short exposure (down from very large at the beginning of the day) * Banks may have had a buying climax today * Tech (especially of a speculative-kind) remains ...
Focus on the trends in the bond market, and realize that, in the short term anyway, prices are much more important than yields.
Here's why the Fed chief will probably be proven dead right in his views of inflation.
Let's look back at how the market reacted to COVID-19 one year ago, and the lessons we can learn.
Right now the newfound prevailing wisdom is clobbering the old kind and those who cling to the latter are destined to be run over.
Let's set out the case for stocks -- and which kind -- and whether you might want to pay down other debt first.
Where there will be change with the FOMC will be in the economic projections, the first made since December.
Let's take a look at bitcoin futures and GBTC using Japanese technical analysis techniques.