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It appears many market participants are willing to take on risk at the worst possible time.
We see traders hunting for an oversold bounce, while investors are dashing for the exits. Here's my take on the wild action so far -- and whether we're in a recession yet.
If Elon Musk proceeds to buy Twitter, he would surely face censorship pressure stemming from Tesla's Shanghai factory, as Steve Wynn's experience shows.
As investors ran away from equities earlier this year, Warren Buffett ran towards the market.
I do believe that the risk/reward proposition is starting to think about smiling favorably on Ford.
China's government is more concerned about stopping the spread of Covid-19 than spurring the economy back to life.
The threads of Musk's TWTR bid have been laid bare for the past two weeks.
Upside - +90% (FDA grants Regenerative Medicine Advanced Therapy designation to SkinTE) - +37% (earnings, guidance) - +23% (Emergent Fidelity Technologies discloses 7.6% stake; crypto stocks higher as token prices and Tether stabilize) - +20% (earni...
Plus, a look at the box that the U.S. economy is in.
The Kospi has shown dramatic volatility in the last year, but Seoul stocks now look undervalued, particularly those in in-demand sectors.
As the Fed tries to steer the smoking U.S. economy into a soft landing, many funds have been reduced to cyber rubble. But we can find some working -- or workable -- parts amid the rust and embers.
In the meantime, put risk management ahead of everything else when it comes to trading.
Favorites like Apple, Microsoft, Tesla, and Nvidia were hit the hardest in the tough action.
With Tesla's shares trading much lower, along with the market's decline, we are approaching a point - in the mid $500s - that Musk would have to put up additional collateral for the proposed Twitter takeover. It makes no sense for Musk to do this d...
Investors are asking, does the pullback create an opportunity as Elon Musk holds open the cage door?
As noted in a tweet earlier, Cathie Wood sold a hunk of Tesla to buy General Motors yesterday. This is one of the few trades that I have seen in the past two years that I like! I am not buying GM - but I did initiate an investment position in Ford...
A quizzical rotation out of Tesla and into General Motors : CATHIE WOOD’S SOLD TESLA $TSLA AND BOUGHT GENERAL MOTORS $GM TODAY. WTF … pic.twitter.com/SgdcS2OGFM — Gurgavin (@gurgavin) May 10, 2022
Though only a little over four months into the year, My 15 Surprises for 2022 are well on its way of being the most prescient of any in the last 20 plus years of doing my List. Here are two of my Surprises that are especially relevant today: Surpri...
Plus, we take a revealing look at the movements in the yield curve and pop in on the dismal charts of Shopify and Peloton Interactive.
Tesla just filed an amended 10K. Musk owns 231,715,206 shares of TSLA stock. 172,608,251 outright and another 59,106,955 pursuant to options exercises. Of those, he has pledged 92,331,225 or 39.8% for personal loans etc. - pre-Twitter loans where...
It isn't easy to stick with the trend, but it's usually the wise thing to do.
I see some needed 'adjustments' for the retail giant as it spends its way deeper into trouble.
Are Wood's stock choices that bad or is she mainly a victim of being in the wrong asset class at the wrong time?
The reason why I am not short Tesla now is that I believe the odds favor that Musk walks from the deal. Even a Musk is too levered in this deal and $570/share in Tesla, the banks take the collateral. If so, Tesla immediately climbs by $100-$150/sha...
A plea for the head of Tesla not to put at risk his other projects by proceeding with a deal that doesn't seem to make financial sense.
Remember that this is a traders' market more than an investors' market. That's how it'll be until we have a change in trend and confirming follow through.