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Perhaps most impressive is TGT's reported breakdown of comp sales growth that screamed higher.
CNBC's David Faber just speculated that, for the first time, ViacomCBS might be interested in being acquired. Amazon or Apple seem reasonable buyers to me. I agree 100% and will have a lengthy assessment of the consolidation that is going on next ...
If Wall Street snobs actually went to Walmart, they'd know you can't stop the American consumer who's got a clean balance sheet and is yearning to get outside.
Comp sales and the charts tell the story of a company that keeps batting it out of the park.
I'm not on Facebook. My account was hacked years ago and I used the occasion to step away from the service, which, given all the vitriol that is found there, I have to say I stand by that decision 100%. However, I do continue to watch what Facebook ...
There's one name I would consider adding back to full on any coming weakness.
AMD still looks poised to gain more CPU share in 2021 and 2022. And its gaming GPU business might be competitively stronger in 2022 than markets currently expect.
The reprieve is here. Do not miss it.
The stock is investible as long as the investor understands that there's clearly an element of speculation to making that choice.
Let's look at the companies that can go up, and the ones that can't.
Among other things, results revealed that quite a few firms are now facing a higher bar, and that reopenings have begun affecting consumer behavior in a number of ways.
My thinking is that if there is going to be a valuation shock to this name, it is not imminent.
The fund is at a key spot technically, and there is real fear that if this spot cracks, what looks like a stretch of rough rapids could become a waterfall.
From my perch there is little to "like" about the market over the last few days. (Remember... tops are processes, bottoms are events.) A number of individual stocks look dreadful -- even "beast mode" Amazon is down about 12% from the recent after-ho...
This just in from my pal Bob Lang.... note the Star Wars pun! The Force is not with the Nasdaq 100 on May the 4th We noted last week in Trifecta and elsewhere the weakness seen in the big cap tech stock index. Earnings were great last week for App...
Spending on pets has been steadily increasing, rising over 500% between 1994 and 2020. The question now is whether Chewy or PetMed Express is better for dividend seekers.
A squall is a sudden gust of wind that lasts briefly. The sustained winds of a hurricane, on the other hand, can be devastating. Most market corrections are quick and squall-like - with late 2018 and February/March of last year the exceptions to th...
There's going to be an unsettling period of transition at some point for Berkshire, and at that time the stock will act like it.
* I would now be a $50-$55 buyer of this "show me" stock As most are aware, I viewed the 2020 presidential election as the Twitter Election, as Twitter was uniquely positioned to benefit as a passage way of opinion, and of increased usage and advert...
I am going to tell you that there is no possible way that higher taxes are helpful from the market's perspective.
The mood is looking positive this morning, but we'll see if it persists once the opening bell rings.
This a very challenging market right now, as good earnings are not enough to generate positive momentum.
The weaker members of the tech herd are showing signs that they will be unable to live up to the growth expectations.
I have rarely if ever seen a large company crush earnings expectations so decisively.
* Also, beware of "first level thinking" and looking at the rear view mirror * eBay, Netflix, Twitter, Zoom, Microsoft and Apple all have something in common - the "stay at home theme" has likely been discounted and played out * Leading technology c...
One of the major warnings of a toppy market is selling off on good news.