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I have taken a number of short term long rentals in the whoosh lower -including $457.70, $373.36, $319, $261.51, $349.19, and $37.50.
Some investors have been commenting that small-caps are ultimately doomed because of too much debt, and the big-cap tech stocks are the future.
Despite the recent sector pullback several advisors here select technology stocks as their favorite investments for the year.
It's now clear that the first part of January has exhibited a marked change and reversal in pattern.
Stocks I bought in the hole in premarket trading for a short term long rental include , , , , , (more of an "investment", more on this later), , etc.
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Powell: Basically, rate hikes are coming in groups, and later on, but still this year, the Fed will start removing this excess liquidity from the monetary base.
Insiders are selling because they understand that valuations don't reflect the fundamentals.
If your goal is to capture as much of the potential upside in this area as possible, Unity Software could be a big winner in 2022.
In the second of our two-part piece, we detail eight more tech predictions for what 2022 will bring for the sector.
This week will be about the macro. With earnings season still almost two weeks off, December job creation and wage growth will take center stage.
NILSY benefits from inflation and its positioning gives it exposure to both legs of the vehicular powertrain value chain.
Where the comparison stops working is when investors make assumptions about comparing stock and ETF price discovery mechanisms and liquidity.
Fiscal and monetary policy is no longer unbounded and we're likely well past the points of peak economic activity and peak liquidity.
* The setup for 2022 is far different than 2021. * After a lengthy period of unbounded fiscal and monetary largesse we are exiting peak economic activity and peak liquidity * Sell strength and buy weakness? * The growth and narrow market performance...
Market breadth was fairly awful Tuesday, though participation was down. There was no easily traceable move into or away from cyclical nor defensive type sectors.
Over those past 15 years, the S&P 500 has posted an increase for the last week of the trading year 67% of the time.
You may not buy into the long-term viability of this new trend, but you can't deny its widespread reach or ability to impact the tech sector.
Friday might be a market holiday, but it became obvious on Wednesday that trading volumes had started to truly dwindle.
Like Diogenes with his lantern, I am, again in 2022, a cynic looking for truth - as I engage in my annual assault on the consensus and 'Group Stink.'
* Another Trump/Clinton Presidential race appears increasingly likely in 2024 - But it's not the Trump you think! * "Slugflation" (sluggish growth and stubbornly high inflation) becomes a commonly used term to describe the global economy next year *...
Perhaps the rally had been set up by the depth of the pressure placed on financial markets over the prior three days. Perhaps.
Market participants hear what they want to hear. This is what I heard. Here and here. Though little said was unexpected, the S&P Index rallied by about 90 handles from the day's lows following Powell's comments on monetary policy. I had expected a...
The dilemma going into the Federal Open Market Committee meeting slated for Tuesday and Wednesday is whether inflation transitory, or not.
After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.
The solar industry is gaining its footing and trends indicate investing in solar equity plays should pay down the road.
Shares of the social media giant have produced zero net return since its IPO, yet it's a better company today than it was then.