|Day Low/High||144.42 / 146.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||116.03 / 151.56|
Buy weak names, and hold falling names that were up a lot going into earnings, as they won't be down for long.
Let's take a look at the cornucopia of earnings reports that are coming our way after the close. Of the several dozen, which ones are likely to move the market? My guess is it will be some of these: Facebook Microsoft Mondelez International PayPal Q...
I think we can all agree that there will be no increase made to the Fed Funds Rate today.
But there is no catalyst right now, and there are so many other sectors with better prospects.
What else can you say about a decision by the Chinese that amounts to a potential repudiation of the Made in China 2025 plan?
What to buy and what to trim on the 90-day extension on trade talks.
Tuesday's price action should be watched closely to see if Visa holds or breaks the 200-day moving average line.
FANG stocks, Mastercard and Visa, among others, are all feeling the impact.
Context is in short supply right now.
Visa has been a great performer and posted quarterly results Thursday night.
We saw strength (mostly) across the board in Wednesday night's earnings reports.
Some observations on Visa , a much beloved name: - Despite a significant dividend increase just announced, V struggles here - The fierce selling in this former leadership name deserves much attention From Steve Cortes:
Visa increases quarterly common stock cash dividend to $0.25 per share from $0.21. Not enough to move the needle on its dividend yield, but a dividend increase of 19% is still worth mentioning.
Markets continue to be up across the board this Monday even as the overall market has weakened slightly over the past hour or so. Equities like the new trade deal with Canada and Mexico, as the administration is picking up some plaudits, albeit grud...
Straying from these names could land you in quicksand as the 4th quarter begins.
For most of this year the market has been led by growth stocks.
A new report indicates only a few dozen institutions have been willing to take the risk of serving marijuana-related businesses in earnest.
Facebook reportedly bristled over how much data to allow financial institutions access to.
The price chart of V is still pointed up but momentum is weakening.
Analyst downgrades and mind-boggling P/E ratios do not matter in this current market.
I recognize that the struggle is the risk to owning value, and not the other way around.
The love for payments, any payments, knows no bounds.
It is all about perception, and here are strong names to pick up on market weakness.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon sees 10-year yields hitting 5%. Here's what to own if you agree.