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The conglomerate is set to post quarterly results Tuesday.
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 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...
General Electric's shares spiked to over $116/share after the announcement of the spin. The shares are now trading under $98. I have been sour on the General Electric spin: Nov 10, 2021 ' 11:10 AM EST DOUG KASS Avoiding GE This week I warned about...
It was as if equity markets had taken the day off. Not bond markets, however.
These moves could serve as a benchmark for other bigger, older, and perhaps bloated companies. Here are some candidates.
J&J will be separating into two distinct firms, but not right away.
This morning Johnson & Johnson joined a long and growing list, including a recently announced disaggregation, of companies that are breaking into parts. AT&T is already disaggregating - with the Warner/Discovery deal - and perhaps should go even fu...
This week I warned about the spin - and I will continue to warn and avoid the shares as I see limited upside.
For a fund that purports to provide exposure to the space economy much of the ETF's return profile points to names a lot closer to earth.
Since GE CEO Larry Culp took the reins three years ago his plan has been nothing if not aggressive.
These renewable energy favorites include nuclear, hydrogen, wind, and solar stocks, among others.
The indices are dealing with overbought technical conditions as earnings reports hit and speculative trading gains traction.
Markets are pricing in some fiscal policy, but it's not what a lot of pundits think.
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In a real bear market, one that persists, volumes will dry up. Corrections are violent and volatile. That's where we are now.
Once again we are back in the world where stocks are done going up, the apocalypse is now and we can't satisfy the earnings beast.
While the stock split may signal confidence from the management side to investors, I don't generally see reverse splits as positive.
Why we ever allowed Chinese businesses to raise capital, our capital, on our shores, is beyond me.
Also, there's reason to turn J&J's one shot jab into a two shot vaccine just like the rest.
With the Slack acquisition looming, earnings approaching, delta spreading, and work-from-home lingering, now's no time to have your head in the clouds ... or ... maybe it is, actually.
U.S. investors will be barred from trading the securities of 59 Chinese companies in a new executive order.
We've got moves in AMC, GameStop and even Bed Bath & Beyond. But I'm playing Nokia and here's why.
Plus, checking the post-earnings reactions of Salesforce.com, Costco, Ulta Beauty and Veeva Systems.