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I would think that there could be a sharp rally at some point this week. There will be plenty of news.
For people willing to brave the waters, there are now quality names with distinguishing characteristics that look attractive.
The Dow and S&P 500 obscure the paw trail, but traders should stay vigilant -- and be on the look out for volatility next week.
EBAY has left growth stock mode, and is in value land. Let's see how this wild auction site could have potential as other retailers struggle.
I see some needed 'adjustments' for the retail giant as it spends its way deeper into trouble.
After the odd rally on Thursday that followed a negative GDP report, let's check on three big tech charts to see what stock investors might expect under the hood.
I am long only Alphabet in the FAANG complex as every other component of Jim "El Capitan" Cramer and our Bobby Lang's acronym are challenged and seem destined for a continued valuation reset... lower. If correct, this will be a challenge for the ma...
Upside - +120% (to be acquired by GI Partners for $6.30/shr in cash) - +53% (US FDA removes clinical hold on CP101 IND) - +42% (Shareholder All Blue Falcons confirms $10.50/shr offer) - +17% (earnings, guidance) - +16% (earnings, guidance) - +14% (e...
Buckle up: we're in for a volatile end of the week!
Plus, a close look at the scary decline in Americans' disposable income.
"I am going to write a good Diary on Real Money Pro today... and I am going to help people. Because I am good enough, I am smart enough and doggone it, people like me." - Daily Affirmations With Dougie Kass Today's Affirmations is about the lack of ...
The reaction to the quarterly reports prevented fear of missing out from building and generating further upside momentum.
"To everything - turn, turn, turn There is a season - turn, turn, turn And a time to every purpose under heaven A time to be born, a time to die A time to plant, a time to reap A time to kill, a time to heal A time to laugh, a time to weep" - The B...
* The market (and money) never sleeps -- and neither do I, it appears! * Yesterday was a good day to apply Buffett's dictum -- be greedy when others are fearful * Today, maybe not so much, in the market without memory from day to day * Stock future...
* Amazon disappoints. It's contending with higher transportation and labor costs and a spent-up consumer. Margins will suffer. No bueno. * Apple was better than feared with less supply issues, but the rate of growth in business services decelerating...
The bounce is a positive technical step, but it will take more work for a solid low to form as the market digests the GDP number, reports from Amazon, Apple and Intel.
I liked the concerns yesterday and this morning with regard to the important earnings releases after the close on Wednesday and today. So, perhaps I am expressing the consensus... but I now don't like the setup into the Apple and Amazon prints after...
With Apple and Amazon set to report, here's how I see trading the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust fund.
It's hard to gauge how this market is going to react to quarterly results, so stay alert and don't ignore your stops
Wednesday's session was dominated by traders, algorithmic traders for sure, but traders nonetheless. The PMs mostly sat on their hands.
I don't see a major sustainable rally on the near-term horizon to rescue beaten up investors.
Remember that this is a traders' market more than an investors' market. That's how it'll be until we have a change in trend and confirming follow through.
I always am interested in buying on weakness - historically a dominant franchise and I view ultimately it's a great fit with Berkshire Hathaway - but this news item regarding Amazon Prime puts a dagger into FedEx, in my view.
* Outside day to the downside in the Russell Index. * Uninspiring breadth relative to the near 60 handle rise (at the top) in the S&P Index. * Blackstone was +$6/share on big earnings beat, now -$2/share. * Sharp intraday reversal in growthy tech na...
* The shares of Netflix, despite its recent schmeissing, remain overpriced * Perhaps, considerably so... Netflix's shares have been roughly cut in half from its peak (From $700/share to $348/share), before it gets another big haircut (-$90 in prem...
PLUG has a number of high volume clients and that could be huge going forward.
Even the best-performing investments can hit a speed bump now and then.
Also, play the companies that benefit from inflation, not Cathie's clowns, which are hurt by it.
Whatever it is that Munger knows about Alibaba is far less important than the fact that he's a seller.
Here is what I wrote about NFTs in my 15 Surprises for 2022: 3. After an Early Year Rally to New Highs, The Stock Market Rolls Over The "innovations" stocks that performed poorly in 2021, all but collapse in 2022 ( ( ) trades under $70/share - and t...