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* In 2019 equities rose far faster and interest rates fell sharper than the consensus expected * 2020 could be a year of out-of-the-VIX thinking and mean reversion in valuations/stock prices as profits, politics, geopolitical events and other uncert...
The maker of athleisure apparel unveils an upside surprise that illustrates how spending by people of means benefits higher-end names.
As hard as it is to believe, there are other carmakers in the world outside of Tesla.
Here is the 2019 manufacturing data (in units) for the big car companies: Tesla - 367k General Motors - 10 million Ford - 5.5 million Fiat Chrysler - 2.2 million Nevertheless, the market capitalization of Tesla (at $89 billion) is the largest for an...
Let's check a key difference between the late '90s and now, and why it's hard to get excited over this market.
What feeds this force and how -- and when is it good vs. suspect?
What happens if there is even one piece of negative information to interrupt Musk's -- literal -- victory dance?
Let's dissect these two concepts that explain why we're rallying like we are now.
Not the greatest of closes (for Apple or the broad market) -- but after such a strong advance we shouldn't be surprised or disappointed: * Market breadth closed at negative 300 issues net decliners. * FANG traded plus or minus from unchanged -- depe...
I am simply respectful of the power of hope melded with the strength of so many parts of technology and I want to buy, not sell, these stocks when they get hammered.
This is a market that thrives on growth. Tesla has it in spades.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon Ride autonomous driving platform is arriving relatively late. But the company's performance and power efficiency claims are impressive.
Despite the stock's recent gains it hasn't always been smooth sailing for shareholders.
Expect the new to be old, and the bad to be good -- and Apple and Tesla to be real snoozers -- this year.
2020 will likely present a host of different and (likely) more formidable challenges for investors and traders than were confronted in 2019.
"That was the week that was Its over let it go. We had a lot at stake We have nothing left to wait for but til the snow..." - Millicent Martin, That Was The Week That Was By almost any measure, the U.S. stock market was filled with surprises in the ...
With 'FOMO' investors helping the Nasdaq surge towards 9,000 in recent weeks, it might not take a lot of bad news for tech stocks to correct in early 2020.
There's not going to be a systemic shock to the U.S. economy over the holidays, but the data train starts again on January 10th.
When it's difficult to get basic data on the most popular segment of the markets, there's not much more you can do... and that can make it a scary time for individual investors.
The broad but tech heavy Nasdaq is now 35% higher year to date, which is indeed impressive though certainly somewhat misleading.
This looks like a speculative setup for a recovery trade in the first quarter of the year.
Though in much better shape right now than many bears once predicted, the electric car pioneer still needs to deliver strong cash flow growth to justify its current valuation.
As we roll into the holiday, I don't see a need to play this name; but if you own it or are shorting it, here's my advice.
Here's my bearish play in the electric car company, but know that I'm not foolish enough to underestimate this company again.
RealMoney's Eric Jhonsa offers some predictions for what the tech world will witness in the new year.
Let's check out the latest charts and indicators of the EV car and truck maker.
The stock opens higher each morning like clockwork and it has no resistance.
These 3 stocks continue benefit from the misplaced pessimism of energy sector shorts.
Armageddonists who say otherwise can't be exorcised, but they should be ignored.