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Prices can get pushed to ever higher levels as shorts cover and others pay up for growth.
It's no secret that the Fed would like to get out of the short-term repo business.
Solid large-cap earnings and narrow strength are creating a distorted picture of overall market conditions.
"Tesla's shares rise to $600/share before it poops out. Elon Musk marries Grimes, his pregnant girlfriend. The couple divorces by year-end." --Doug Kass, 15 Surprises for 2020 In response to its quarterly results, Tesla is trading in the premarket a...
Tesla has the 3 key ingredients that help a loss-making company to succeed: the brute force of the founder, the unbelievable nature of the product and breathtaking execution.
The coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan has hit Hong Kong stocks hard as they resume trade. We won't know the impact on mainland listings until next week at the earliest.
There is no political will on either side of the aisle to address ever expanding deficits.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, not a man given to exaggerate, has referred to the spread of this coronavirus in China as 'a grave situation.'
Dip buying is unlikely to be quick and easy this time, but eventually, the rush for the exits will create great individual stock picking.
Be prepared for 'China' to become a one-word palliative to ease investors' worries about weak guidance for corporate earnings in the March quarter.
American Airlines, Supernus Pharmaceuticals and TPI Composites should see their fortunes improve this year.
The China coronavirus, extended technical conditions and a 'sell the news' reaction to earnings are giving the bears ammunition.
Price action, volume and volatility tell the whole story, and here's what to expect soon.
"Tesla's shares rise to $600/share before it poops out. Elon Musk marries Grimes, his pregnant girlfriend. The couple divorces by year-end. " - 15 Surprises for 2020 Earlier today Tesla traded at $594.50 - within a few ticks of my $600/share surpris...
This chart of Tesla is why I rarely short high interest stocks (relative to float and average daily trading volume):
Growth indices soundly trounced value indices in 2019 and it's starting the same way this year, but that trend can't last forever.
Tesla and even tech stalwart Apple are sporting valuations that appear high relative to their growth prospects.
What does Tesla do? It's an electronic delivery vehicle. Right now others have cars that are electrified but they are not electronic delivery companies like Tesla is. That's right, it is not a car.
News that the Chinese coronavirus reached us and the Boeing flop have finally pushed us down, but what if it's short-lived?
The markets have been basically stuck in the mud since the first hour of trading today as investors seem more than ready to call it a week before the three-day weekend. Major indices remain slightly in the green, but I wouldn't be surprised if we ge...
Which is older: the current bull market or Betty White?
Let's look at this stock's rise compared with Qualcomm in 1999 and even Tesla now.
Thank Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas for all he's shown us on the problem with TSLA.
There are gains on real news like Morgan Stanley's, and the other rotten-tomato variety. I don't want recommendations based on intellectual vacations.
I have been among the most wary of China and its ability to change. I remain that way. But the U.S. got more than I ever thought.
A recent study estimated that the world's airlines would need about 637,000 new pilots over the next two decades to meet demand.
After a mid-November pop, IGT shares have been consolidating over the past two months.
and (see below) are very good examples why one of my basic tenets of short selling precludes me from shorting companies that have a large short interest relative to average daily trading volume or float.
Monday brought more record highs for the broader equity indices. As a trader, the feeling is so eerie. I'm not kidding.
What if a stock is being propelled by actual events or changes?