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I see both Tuesday and Wednesday on into the end of the week as potentially very volatile for financial markets.
Longer-term I would look for new highs in the months ahead.
Ending the pandemic swiftly appears unlikely, so here's how to look at key stocks and sectors right now -- especially as concerns of new lockdowns grow.
Pick up some or buy deep-in-the-money calls, but know that if they go down, you pounce.
While a lot of cloud-related enterprise tech spending still looks healthy, on-premise hardware and software spend is getting stung by both secular trends and macro pressures.
Here's how I'd play the stock with third-quarter results set for after the close Monday.
There is no stimulus deadline. There is no deal. There are only the games people play.
Fastly's big run-up in the weeks prior to its warning is a cautionary example of how many tech stock moves have had little to do with an informed analysis of a company's fundamentals.
I see enough technical clues to be concerned about the next move on TWLO.
While we wait for the September Employment Report, which is expected to see 850K jobs added during the month vs. the 1371K in August, let's get caught up on some other news: Twilio shares traded higher last night following an SEC filing that shared...
Plus, quick looks at the presidential line of succession and at ongoing foot-dragging in Congress.
In the past, investors were often too quick to sell off fast-growing upstarts due to competitive fears. But at current valuations, risks seem to be completely ignored.
As Covid-19 numbers rise in many states, it's time to get out of the restaurant stocks and look to Campbell Soup.
Here's where buyers could enter TWLO again.
If the price action starts to shift and selling gains momentum, then it will be time to take quick defensive action.
While valuations are clearly very high for many tech names, investor euphoria might not go away until news flow meaningfully worsens.
Plus, Disney will report earnings after Tuesday's close amid big challenges and Chicago Fed President Charles Evans' blunt economic assessment.
Work-at-home and play-at-home policies could continue to help TWLO.
I'd position any bearish call spread to expire before the company reports near the end of July.
Here's why this is a good time to consider taking some off the table and raising cash.
Some -- though not all -- of the extra hardware, software and services spending currently happening would have likely taken place at a later date.
It's amazing, a celebration of small business creativity unleashed by a pandemic that will never be snuffed and this wave deserves our patronage and our money.
The challenge with today is the stock is no longer ridiculously cheap like it was in late April.
"Price has a way of changing sentiment." - Divine Ms. M Nothing like price to change sentiment. — Helene Meisler (@hmeisler) November 2, 2016 Like Wednesday, momentum weakened late in the day -- but not materially. The markets close benefited from ...