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Despite the strength in equities in 2019, several high-profile initial public offerings landed with large thuds and have struggled since.
Thin seasonal trading and various end-of-year pressures can produce some surprising movements.
I'll be looking harder for some January effect plays and one of the prime areas for that is the broken IPOs that are trading near lows.
Plus, checking in on the yield curve, the Put/Call Ratio, political gamesmanship here and abroad, and a handful of tech names.
This stock may have hit a short-term bottom and be ready to bounce.
Softbank's founder Masayoshi Son had established a reputation for perceptive decision-making on tech investments. Has the firm lost its way?
With the help of a swelling R&D budget, Microsoft has been investing a lot lately in offerings that connect or integrate key products and services.
During a talk with TheStreet, long-time Smartsheet CEO Mark Mader argued his firm's workflow automation platform still has a lot of headroom to displace manual business processes.
If you are looking for the pain in this exuberant market it is in the names classified as technology plays with market caps between $5 billion and $100 billion.
Let's take a look at this relatively new IPO.
In the market cap bracket between $5 billion and $100 billion sit some of the most egregiously overvalued, economically inefficient bubble stocks in this peaking market.
Many tech stocks sporting high valuations have been selling off in recent weeks, even as the rest of the sector generally holds up well.
When things are going well it is always difficult to see an inflection point.
Is there room for three names in the workplace communication sector?
* Some fund managers are so desperate to attract capital that they are offering a negative fee model (that will pay investors to manage their money!) * A toxic cocktail is brewing in the money management and private equity spaces * I am short TROW (...
No one ever thought when we created a stock market that there would only be buyers of stocks in an index.
It is going to take more than an oversold bounce on the last day of the quarter to change the character of this market.
One of the most apparent bear markets right now is in stocks that have had recent IPOs.
With Microsoft, I'm most interested in the advancement of Microsoft Teams, a dominant force in the workplace communication space.
Rather than focus on trying to catch stocks that are in freefall, look for those that are showing some positive relative strength.
If you think dentists are bad investors (kidding, it's an old "saw!") consider how bad athletes and sportscasters are in giving investment advice. The list of bad advice from these groups are literally endless. A month ago Mike Francesa appeared on ...
As the initial wild ride of PANW settles down, here are the stock's sweet spots.
Call it a ride or die mentality, but I am an owner of the stock into earnings.