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Markets will either confirm or deny Monday's bullish reversal this week. Traders are already up to their eyeballs in water snakes and alligators.
Value stocks are now cheaper than near the Internet and tech top of 1999-2000. Why wait another 20 years this kind of chance?
For people willing to brave the waters, there are now quality names with distinguishing characteristics that look attractive.
We see a trading opportunity around a fast-growing name whose shares have been hit hard.
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.
The massive pullback in IPOs has exposed a lot of names once the tide receded.
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...
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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 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.
Are Wood's stock choices that bad or is she mainly a victim of being in the wrong asset class at the wrong time?
This is a name that I haven't really considered for quite some time. Obviously that's an oversight.
Upside - +74% (enters strategic agreement with Immune Therapeutics for rights to low dose naltrexone) - +18% (earnings, guidance) - +16% (earnings, guidance) - +14% (earnings) - +11% (earnings, guidance) - +10% (earnings, guidance) - +9.1% (highligh...
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.
Just don't be in a rush to declare that the bear market is over.
My plan amid the mixed, bearish action? Waiting to pounce on names I like.
* The sequential improvement in Meta's daily active users could help the stock and the high-growth tech sector. * Qualcomm had a terrific quarter.
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.
A bad response to the latest results of some of the largest companies could help produce a solid market bottom.
FB holders have been voting with their feet the past three months.
* I am neither a Perma Bull nor Perma Bear - I am a value investor who has at my core the marriage of a contrarian and a calculator * I am now less bearish as the markets, and falling share prices, have begun to discount my concerns * Selectively bu...
The market is trying to discount all the negatives out there, and it is a process that takes some time.
* 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...
Last year, buying every dip in growth stocks burned many small-cap investors, now, that is starting to happen in some beloved large-cap names.
Names like IBM and Home Depot drive up the Dow while Netflix and Facebook trip the Nasdaq 100. Let's check the rotation.