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I will very much approach the environment provided (China talks) from the view of the pragmatic. I will trade whatever is in front of me.
What trader has never both fallen in love with Nvidia, only to eventually feel the scorn of an angry lover's tortured vengeance?
My target price and panic points have changed, and I am watching for a chance to add or shave some off, depending on which direction the stock takes.
The stocks that performed well were the stocks that you would reach for in a recession.
Let's check out some upgrades, downgrades and more.... Upgrades: * Domino's Pizza at Maxim Group to a Buy with a new $310 price target, up from $305 * Workday at Bernstein fetches a new Outperform rating Downgrades: * Lennar and Meritage are hit wit...
Tech is still the equity market's leading sector over three months -- and over most timeframes going back years.
Know what? Everyone else who manufactures autos can design and deliver electric vehicles.
If you thought last week was busy, hang onto your hats.
Margin requirements will slow down any charge into this product.
My economist side would clearly prefer a rules-based approach toward monetary policy.
"It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose." -- Blondie, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" Its been a long week, so there will be no "Takeaways." Let's move to the abbreviated Monarch Notes for...
The bulls will need to prove themselves with this supplier of construction aggregates, which appears vulnerable to further declines.
The markets have become too enthusiastic, and now it's time to pay for it.
A close below $115 could mean that prices retest the September/October lows.
If there really is going to be an infrastructure bill, the company should focus on consolidation.
Here's one thing that could end the bull run in the social media king.
So-called Trump stock rally in mining and materials companies has further to go.
The new president's agenda has been clear from the start, so don't act surprised.
Any boost in infrastructure spending is likely to hit in 2018 or even 2019, rather than next year.
What's troubling is the wild abandon with which investors have been piling into these names.
Remember those 'shovel-ready' jobs that were supposed to appear with the 2009 stimulus money?
Turns out this market surge is anything but nuts.
The president-elect comes with potential benefits for bulls but also baggage.
For starters, trouble for banks, drugs, energy and M&A.