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On Apple : From Deutsche Bank: Apple price target raised to $175 from $165 at Deutsche Bank 07:00 AAPL Deutsche Bank analyst Sidney Ho raised the firm's price target on Apple to $175 from $165 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares. Apple reported "a...
After reviewing last night's Apple quarterly release, I have taken a trading short rental at about $145.25 (with an objective into the low- to mid- $130s). My rationale: * A high valuation relative to history. * Difficult compares may lie ahead, e...
Alphabet, Microsoft and Apple all exceeded expectations, but what the impact of their quarterly reports will be remains to be seen.
What if Beijing plays the power game with foreign firms reliant upon Chinese revenue, Chinese labor, or simply Chinese economic growth?
The stock market's rise might have ended after the cliff, not before it.
Investors watch big-cap names like Apple and Alphabet land after seeing highs on Monday, declines on Tuesday and then bouncing later.
Is an incredibly big earnings night the opportunity for a needed washout?
Why we ever allowed Chinese businesses to raise capital, our capital, on our shores, is beyond me.
Conditions for 'sell the news' action is good, but is it too obvious to actually work?
There's a sense of incredulity the likes of which I have ever seen before. Good news, buy! Bad news, buy! No news, buy!
Here's where traders who are long should consider raising sell stops.
This week will tax your brain. Your ability to focus on what really matters will be tested.
Luck impacts our trading much more than we realize. Acknowledging that fact can help improve results.
Circling back to my comment on earnings expectations for the second half of 2021, next week we will see a more than 250% jump week over week for the number of earnings reports coming at us. That's right, just under 1,000 of companies are slated to r...
Plus, what could be next out of the central banks and Congress and how it could affect Treasuries.
While breadth has deteriorated, several large-cap Nasdaq stocks -- Microsoft , Facebook , Amazon , Apple and Alphabet -- have held up the broader market. All these stocks are extended in price with elevated RSIs. I am looking for a drawdown in the ...
IBM beat expectations and the complexion the overnight mood changed. But will the mood change hold?
The primary issue for traders now is whether the stocks that have been hit hardest can bounce back.
Let's look at reasons why these big names don't get as much love from the WallStreetBets gang -- and why I'm burning to talk about pot.
Here's how I would play NFLX -- without too much drama -- as it's set to report next week.
The Russell 2000 is now down not just back-to-back sessions, but six sessions in the last eight with all six of those "down" days having given up 0.9% or more.
Let's look at breadth in relation to the S&P 500 -- as well as some other noises under the hood.
Instead of fixating on stocks like the banks, look at what really matters: how darned rich this country is.
We have a complete lack of bids in many stocks, while names like Apple are propping up the indexes.
Let me show you how one or a few mega-cap stocks can skew the picture of the market.
Several names I like are slow fading due to disinterest in small-caps.
A large percentage of stocks are struggling despite all-time highs in the indices, and the disconnect makes for tough trading.