|Day Low/High||557.11 / 575.18|
|52 Wk Low/High||176.99 / 968.99|
Markets appear to be pricing in a lot of bad short-term news for richly-valued companies such as Tesla, but perhaps not much risk related to potential longer-term macro headwinds.
As I have remarked in the past, there is an old trading adage - buy what is up in a down market (for a trade). Today I see these stocks as green in a sea of red: , , , , , , .
The charts of the producer of medical equipment are holding up well, though its shares eventually could run into resistance.
Yes, the stimulus that now seems sure to pass Congress and receive the president's signature will be beneficial for the U.S. economy.
Trading Tesla has not been for the faint of heart and that is likely to continue.
The Snapchat parent was burning cash going into this year, and it's now likely seeing its ad sales slump and its cloud infrastructure expenses spike.
There are 5 things that I would like to see happen here.
There are signs that this stock's recent run may be coming to an end.
St. Louis Fed Pres. James Bullard sees unemployment possibly hitting 30%, while GDP could ultimately contract 50%.
Some businesses offer curbside delivery while others boost online sales -- still some can't escape closings and cut forecasts.
I haven't seen anything in the past three weeks that I haven't seen before, but I just can't model this reaction to Covid-19, so I can't call a bottom.
Let's talk about opportunities amid the coronavirus crisis, and how Fed Chair Jerome Powell took bold action that puts us in a better position than before.
In spite of the market's epic plunge, a lot of well-known tech names are still comfortably above their 52-week lows.
It's no illusion, you need a little patience and pushing to be that one in a million investor.
It wouldn't be surprising to see the S&P 500 slide back to levels of late 2018 if not lower based on the current economic state of the world.
Individual investors can act far more quickly than the big boys in reallocating assets.
GM has not innovated any automotive product or feature in the nearly 30 years that I have followed the company. So, why would they try now?
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But don't throw up your arms yet -- here are names that could be golden opportunities.
Until fear and uncertainty exit stage right, we will have to contend with more fear - and more selling.
Inserting some measure of market timing into your asset allocation decisions is essential.
To survive weeks like this one with your sanity -- and portfolio value -- intact, just put a little effort into it.
You have to invest with your eyes wide open -- especially to the mirage of stock-based exchange-traded funds.