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One cannot say that the financial marketplace is completely disrespecting or indifferent to what Fed Chair Powell may signal.
It's likely because you hold at least a smattering of small-caps, which are out of favor right now, but that worm soon could turn.
Some pandemic beneficiaries are seeing growth slow down. But secular and/or cyclical trends remain strong for many other tech names.
* I continue to be of the view that in a setting of accelerating industry consolidation, Viacom/CBS is an extraordinarily valuable media franchise * This week's announcement of a European streaming deal between Comcast and Viacom may very well incre...
When you think of what's working ask yourself if you would be sensitive to a price increase or not. The ones you are not? Go buy their stocks.
I just sold my short dated ViacomCBS calls into the ramp today. I am not a fan of directional call buying and felt uncomfortable paying the relatively large premium. It is my continued view that a technology company will ultimately buy ViacomCBS and...
Let's see how to cut a trade in AAPL as the volume in options expiring Friday and later this month is huge.
A wall of liquidity seems to absorb every dip. But there are also enough reasons to be ever vigilant.
The easiest mistake to make in this market is to try too hard to predict overall market direction.
* This morning's opener provides an explanation as to why I have been bolstering my net short exposure * Policy errors may now require bold investment decisions * The wisdom of Stan Druckenmiller (who is short the U.S. dollar and Fixed Income, long ...
The constituent companies included in the top heavy large tech exposure of the Nasdaq have recently and clearly exhibited a demand pull forward that makes revenue and earnings expectations a challenge in the quarters ahead. The market is littered w...
For investors, mobile payments could represent a chance to get in early on a trend that is likely to accelerate in the future.
Here are the stocks to watch as the pandemic throws us a curve-ball.
Doesn't the Fed now have to taper asset purchases simply to avoid becoming an even greater force in these markets?
In a real attempt to be transparent - here are my trades from this morning with today's cost basis in parentheses: * Short ($440.99) * Short ($366.57) * Short ($36.60) * Short ($383.70) * Short ($98.19) * Short ($260.71) * Short ($711.32) * Short ...
* Shorted more ($146.90) * Initiated a short in ($35.87) * Added to small short ($366.57) * Added to small short ($440.99)
When we combine the poorly placed HOOD IPO with the startling miss and guidance markdown in Amazon, the stage seems to be set for a correction.
Good money management is such a powerful tool that traders should be able to make money even when stock selection is entirely random.
There were positive earnings call takeaways for AWS, YouTube and Microsoft Dynamics, among other businesses.
* History rhymes * But this time Robinhood stole from both the rich and the poor * The Robinhood IPO reminds us of the previous April 2021 direct listing of Coinbase (top in cryptocurrency prices) and the LaBranche IPO (top in the markets) in July 1...
Plus, we take a deeper dive into the second-quarter GDP numbers.
Let's see how in July complacency has returned in full force when it comes to these super stocks.
No, it wasn't Robinhood or the mega-cap tech companies, it was names we depend on like Carrier Global.
My afternoon list includes: Amazon Deckers Outdoors Fortinet Skyworks KLA Corp. Pinterest Proofpoint Following quarterly results from Apple , Qualcomm and some others, Skyworks should have a beat and raise quarter as the mix of 5G smartphones conti...
On a somewhat personal note, I'm watching some Olympic events and have finished streaming "Dr. Death," and I'm looking for another series to watch. Some help in the comments section would be appreciated... Apple's "Ted Lasso"?
Their earnings were a blowout but it's too dangerous to short the name.
Spinning out of Apple's consensus crushing June quarter earnings report, new data from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners shows the company's iOS took a 50% share of new smartphone activations for the 12-month period ending in June. That's roug...