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We must find out because no one seems to know. Here are several theories.
* Consensus is sometimes the negative of thinking, logic and knowledge * Stop nodding your investment head in agreement * As a contrarian investor, I often relish and find opportunities in rejecting consensus * Thoughtfully going against the consens...
The imbalances that have hurt us so much are beginning to take care of themselves.
I have recently taken an initial position in these intriguing names.
Things will continue to evolve. Stay tuned.
Pull up a chair and let me tell you what drives these insane moves out of industrials and banks in a way that you can understand them and even profit from them.
I think I just take a walk and whistle on by ORCL without getting involved.
What's going on inside the head of the Fed Chair or anyone sitting on the committee (FOMC) as they roll into Wednesday afternoon's block party?
For example, consider stocks that should benefit from our ever-increasing digital lifestyle.
The public seems to have resigned itself to dealing with a greater degree of inflation for longer than anything I would have considered to be 'transitory.' The again, the public is often as wrong as the Fed.
Let's see what makes an 'aisle' of stocks hot and what makes another messy -- and what I'd suggest you put in your cart.
I'd take the terrific, dominant e-retailer with a crushed stock that's run by a current Chewy guy any day of the week.
* The recent 25 basis basis point fall in the 10- year U.S. note yield has surprised many * There is likely a limited window for any further declines in interest rates * I expect the Fed to upgrade its expectation of inflation risks in the next few ...
Ns over Ss. Breadth 17-15 most of the day - not too swift considering absolute gains in the Nasdaq and S&P Index. Ten year yield down another four basis points to yield 1.45% - confounding a lot of bright observers. The downturn in rates - despite...
I've got a couple names that prove that Reddit's WallStreetBets' power over stocks is way overestimated.
The fact is this is not the 'crappy' company that it has been made out to be.
For traders, I have some food for thought.
* What a great call on Mad Money Jim "El Capitan" Cramer made an amazing call on Amazon last night on Mad Money!
Should rates continue lower, value stocks (e.g. banks) will suffer and growth stocks ( , ) will prosper.
Here's where you can make yourself right.
* A win for the bears, today * And continued losses for Financial TV Though well off of the session lows there was less than meets the eye to the market today: * Breadth was consistently weak throughout the trading session (14 advancers for every 1...
This is for the fools who keep selling AMC and GameStop to the mobs that are determined to take them higher -- and I've got a buy-list for the WallStreetBets crowd.
The great thing about Google? Unlike IBM? It isn't trumpeting anything. It's just talking about algorithms, let the eyes glaze over.
Their electric vehicle program may be underrated but they're not afraid to take on Tesla, GM, or Rivian, which is backed by Amazon.
Let's look at the many positive story lines out there -- which having nothing to do with the Fed -- and what they mean for investors.
* You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing today! * Its Ns over Ss "Look out, kid, don't matter what you did Walk on your tip toes, don't tie no bows Better stay away from those that carry around a fire hose Keep a clean nos...
It was a glorious day in the market without memory from day to day. Up from flagpole to that's all (an old horse racing term!), market breadth was excellent (2,200 upside, 1,000 downside at 3:38 p.m.). However, with systemic products and strateg...