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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?
Wall Street is cautious about the low-end consumer in an inflationary environment, but it may be underestimating the retail behemoth.
Negative returns for 2022? It's a midterm election year. We will see increased volatility. Anything is possible, and it would not surprise me.
Investment experts continue to see long-term value in the big-box space.
Also, if I see that various intraday signals are working, I'm not opposed to day-trading GME from the long side.
Amazon, Walmart and eBay lead the way.
I wouldn't expect a lot in the way of economic shutdowns, at least not unless clear evidence presents that people are getting sicker from Omicron.
Plus, a thought on how the Fed could approach tapering going forward.
Shares of the social media giant have produced zero net return since its IPO, yet it's a better company today than it was then.
It appears that supply-chain bottlenecks may be starting to ease up a bit, just as lockdowns may possibly take the gusto out of global consumer demand.
Paytm shares plunged 27% on debut day, which stands in stark contrast to other stellar tech initial public offerings in India.
Here's why it's probably time to ring the register of this discount retailer.
Here's why the stock is trading lower in response to earnings.
It's hard to see how retail sales will keep rising next year as a percentage of consumer spending with inflation digging into more wallets.
The most startling takeaway from Tuesday, I don't think came from our financial markets.
The exposure will be small on the trade as it sits at the highest risk and highest reward level.
GM is an underappreciated and undervalued investment opportunity.
Despite bullishness expressed all morning following the Walmart beat I am less optimistic. The retailer earned a nickel more than expected ($1.45/share) and comps beat (+9.2% vs. +6.9% estimate) - but gross margins suffered from rising prices and t...
It was as if equity markets had taken the day off. Not bond markets, however.
Janet Yellen: 'If we want to get inflation down, I think continuing to make progress against the pandemic is the most important thing we can do.'
Several contributors see upside potential in various niches within the fintech sector.
The stock of the doughnut purveyor continues to look pricey, especially at a time of rising commodity costs.
I don't think anyone needs to have AMZN on their book for a little while.