|Day Low/High||143.51 / 144.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||107.32 / 157.26|
Will we see a reaction on Friday to Amazon's report that's similar to what we saw for Facebook and Apple?
More than a decade after Jim Cramer's classic 'They know nothing' declaration on CNBC, look where we've come.
'Own it, don't trade it', but dips are to be bought.
It's a peculiar market, on the surface it looks quite positive, but if you dig just a little there's quite a bit of rot.
Two points. Firstly, today will be interesting dynamic between stocks and rates with the 10 year back to 1.67-.68% and 5 year at 0.90%. Secondly, regarding my previous comment in The Big Are Getting Bigger: " Applying "second level thinking" - ...
I am looking for a possible reversal day. It is a gut feel, frankly. I am buying out of the money (near dated) and puts. I shorted on the opening
The differences in approach between the two most basic strategies for how to grow an economy are as stark as the division they cause among economists.
We need Apple and Facebook to finish strong to show that there are some willing momentum chasers.
Action is mixed as the Fed talks and investors digest big reports by Alphabet, and look to ones by Apple.
The "pin action" lacked conviction -- in either direction -- today. FAANG is getting a strong bid after the Facebook blowout. Apple is up next. That is all I got. Thanks for reading my Diary and enjoy the evening. Be safe.
We have a debate raging between those who think that the reason we are going up is because of liquidity and those who believe it's because of the many attractive opportunities.
With Wednesday's morning's selloff, the stock violated all three of my most focused upon moving averages.
It is very easy to find yourself stuck in a 'good' stock that just isn't doing anything right now.
The US Ten Year Note has been on the move, and the US Dollar Index has also been climbing overnight.
This is not an easy market right now, but the opportunities will eventually appear if we keep slogging away.
This is that 72-hour period when the most important names report. Here's what you need to know to get through it.
Getting dizzy looking down from here? Then look up, because we may just be getting started on this market.
There are a few subtle clues that tell me we should be probing the long side ahead of earnings.
Here's why it's best to focus on a few names that interest you most or influence your portfolio, and not chase every report.
So far, for the season, the blended rate of earnings growth for the first quarter now stands at an incredible 33.8%.
The key this week is going to be the reaction to earnings news and whether it creates more rotation or acts as a market catalyst.
The market was surprised by aggressive tax proposals that whacked a small-cap recovery just as it started to build.
When you hear about chip shortage you need to think of Lam. The world needs Lam to add to capacity as fast as possible.
Canada made the developed world's first moves toward normalizing monetary policy coming out of the pandemic, despite the fact that Canada does not seem to be flattening its own curve.
Because unlike almost any other companies in the world, they get the benefit of the doubt, and they deserve it.
Financial markets are telling us something, so it seems.
Welcome to the 'new' old world -- the world we had before all the new people and their money came into the market.