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Plus, checking out trades related to Amazon, Macy's and a few defense and metals stocks.
Equity markets rallied out of an "almost deep" hole earlier in the day to finish the session close enough to unchanged. The S&P 500 tacked on 5 points or 0.13%, while the Nasdaq Composite picked up 15 points or 0.11%. The Dow Industrials closed down...
The U.S. evacuation of Kabul is not really a market story, but it is deeply embarrassing, and an obvious weight upon sentiment.
Last week was the first week in ages that I thought there was as much good inflation news as bad even as very few seemed to notice it.
Do you know any business leaders? None of them are going to like the idea of higher corporate taxes. None of them.
The shares have been in a rally phase since early November.
The March ISM manufacturing index rose to 64.7 from 60.8 and that was above the estimate of 61.5 and the highest since 1983. New orders rose +3.2 points month over month to 68 while backlogs were up a similar amount to 67.5. Inventories got back abo...
The chip giant is clearly thinking big under new CEO Pat Gelsinger. But a turnaround will take time to pull off.
One possible outcome: The party ends relatively soon for some of the more speculative names, while other high-multiple stocks remain strong until inflation and the Fed become issues.
ARKK is an excellent proxy for the exaggerated speculation in large cap disruptive technology.
* In this market cycle, ARK Invest is at the forefront of investing in disruptive technology * But I hear the echoes of the "Nifty Fifty Era" and The Dot.com Boom in today's current market conditions * ARK is not the first to shoot lights out in the...
The Russell 2000 has now soared 16% year to date, nearly twice the Nasdaq Composite's 8.5% move.
What investors need to know as the shares stall at the bottom end of a resistance zone.
I think the enthusiasm of the indefatigable wave of these buyers is equal to or superior to the disdain the S&P mimicking pros have.
The fact is that business in whole areas of the economy remain very strong despite what you heard about ZM this morning.
Business is the greatest platform for change, not the government, and the contrast is so great that it blinds you to the publicly traded positives.
Comments by Mitch McConnell, Jerome Powell and Christine Lagarde had impacts on the market Thursday.
The networking giant reported another quarter of large hardware revenue declines, but did suggest demand is improving.
We look at several internet-related names and see solid dividends ahead for Broadcom.
Trading volume was low enough Wednesday to indicate a lack of conviction, or conviction that did not spread across enough managers to truly change the narrative.
Perhaps the best thing for the markets that might come out of Tuesday's election would be certainty, regardless of outcome.
As long as the pandemic rages on, the stay-at-home thesis should stay strong.
In the past, investors were often too quick to sell off fast-growing upstarts due to competitive fears. But at current valuations, risks seem to be completely ignored.