|Day Low/High||47.10 / 47.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||43.02 / 59.82|
Here are my key observations today: * Jim Cramer is very correct, the market is resilient. * Breadth was positive -- almost the mirror image of yesterday's session (1,578 advancers/1,358 decliners on the NYSE). * Bonds continue to deliver the messag...
Amazon and Wells Fargo are two distinctly different securities that hold the promise for attractive returns over the next 5 years.
Both big banks are modestly valued with hefty dividend yields.
* Both Amazon and Wells Fargo can coexist in a portfolio committed over the long term * Amazon has almost unlimited growth prospects * Wells Fargo has an indisputably large deposit base and franchise * Consider timeframes and reward v. risk, always ...
Wells Fargo's conference call was poor. The bank indicated (summed up well below) that margins would continue under pressure - as the relationship between costs and revenues are out of whack, placing the bank in a less competitive position. While I ...
A look at the financials as earnings season kicks into high gear.
Citigroup investors may need more information before calling the earnings beat a buying opportunity.
It is one of those markets that look very good from the outside but much more difficult to trade once you dig in.
Here are updates on small biotech/biopharma names I have profiled before.
There are several metrics that will be measured across all of the major banks that analysts and investors alike must take into account.
The first thing you need to think about when analyzing earnings has nothing to do with earnings. It has to do with where the stocks are.
Goldman's consumer-focused fin-tech effort is a key theme to watch in 2019.
Goldman CEO David Solomon will need to navigate a difficult hearing on Wednesday.
If you simply must own a bank, my thought is to buy Citigroup.
As a trader, I very well may participate in Lyft stock. As an investor? No thank you.
Whether it is fair that he step down is another story.
Here are today's key observations: * Bonds continued to rise in price and sell off in yield. The 10-year U.S. note yield dropped by another five basis points and is now slightly below 2.40%. My long standing and contrarian target of 2.25% is close a...
Does Berkshire Hathaway still offer value for investors?
The Fed is now caught in its own policy - hooked by the drug of cheap money. The yield on the 10 year U.S. note is under 2.54%. The dovish Fed policy announcement will likely help, over the near term, growth names ( , and ) and hurt rate sensitive ...
Let's take a look at the charts and indicators again.
Here are some of my individual buy levels of stocks that I want to add to or reestablish on weakness: * $157.50 * $1625 * $1150 * $42 * $55 * $46 * $46.50 * $182.50 * $31 * $40 * $23 * $65 * $16.75 * $35 * $27.75 * $60 * $95 * $48 * $87.50 Note: Lon...
One wonders where Nike's cool factor will come from.
Why does it always make me feel uncomfortable when my plan diverges from Warren Buffett's?