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One positive takeaway last week was the very low trading volume for Nasdaq-listed stocks in aggregate and for constituent names of the Nasdaq Composite.
Retailers like Costco and Walmart give their shoppers bargains -- but their stock buyers, not so much. Let's go through several names that offer great buys right now -- and I'm betting they'll pay off.
PLUG has a number of high volume clients and that could be huge going forward.
PayPal seems to be a lot of people's favorite tech value play these days. (See Guggenheim's Scott Minerd comments on CNBC yesterday.) The CFO of PayPal has left the company to join Walmart , and PYPL failed to reiterate guidance. PayPal's shares a...
The fact is that COST is the kind of retailer that does well when times are difficult.
Big caps like Apple and Tesla skew the picture, so let's dig deeper.
For the life of me I cannot figure out why CEO Andy Jassy has shown to this point no interest in splitting the stock.
Perhaps the most impressive part of this story lies in comparable sales for the three months.
Several of Asia's most-prominent e-commerce sites are enabling IP theft and fake-goods sales, according to the U.S. government.
Don't keep carting around WMT if you own it, and stroll right by if you don't. Here's why.
* It is time for action, not inaction * Volatility brings opportunity I was very active Thursday afternoon: Short Covers - Robinhood , Royal Caribbean , Carnival , Morgan Stanley , C3.ai , Bank of America (partial), Wells Fargo (partial), Delta ...
- I just covered most of my short at $96.50. - I sold the long rental from this morning just now at $138.87. - I covered half of my short rental at $22.55 just now. - I just took in most of my short at $93.79.
Right now, there are three boxes that traders and investors are trying to compartmentalize everything into.
I initiated a trading long rental of Walmart on the EPS release and buyback announcement at $134.64. A trade, not an investment.
In order to determine what's really at stake here, I think that one must try to understand what purpose this serves for Russia, for Putin.
General Motors missed on top line (off by $700 million ) and beat on bottom line (+$0.22/share) and EBITDA. EV demand was robust - with more than 110k Silverado EVs reserved thus far, including more than 240 fleet operators - like from FedEx and Wa...
CHWY shares were always been too expensive for my taste, but that has changing thanks to a broad pullback.
Could you make over 40% annualized on a stock that goes down? Yes, as I will show with OLLI.
In short, Friday was simply an absolute disaster for the U.S. in macroeconomic terms.
After some digestion, we see big rotational action. Here's what to watch into Friday.
Nine investment experts participating in Moneyshow's Top Picks 2022 report discuss electric vehicle names and other ripe areas for finding this year's winners.
Retail stocks were paradoxically top performers amid the pandemic. Can the trend persist?