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Druckenmiller on The Role of Digital Currencies (as a Reserve Currency) * This morning Druck spoke to the inevitability of a digital currency becoming the world's reserve currency * I have moved to large sized in Coinbase * Here is why... In his CN...
Let's look at the companies that can go up, and the ones that can't.
Physicist Zeng Yuqun has ridden a 169% jump in shares of the electric-battery maker he founded to top spot on the Hong Kong rich list.
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...
* 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...
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.
We've got two kinds of chips here -- one kind that's getting barbecued and one kind that looks delicious. What does this mean for investors? Pull up a chair.
* And stronger The dominance of the FAANG, plus Microsoft , franchises was visually seen in the spew of excellent EPS reports over the last few days. Back in late 2018, when I added Facebook , Amazon and Alphabet to my Best Ideas List, I suggested...
We need Apple and Facebook to finish strong to show that there are some willing momentum chasers.
Action is mixed as the Fed talks and investors digest big reports by Alphabet, and look to ones by Apple.
We have a debate raging between those who think that the reason we are going up is because of liquidity and those who believe it's because of the many attractive opportunities.
Do your homework. Don't trust the stock. Trust the CEO and trust yourself.
It is very easy to find yourself stuck in a 'good' stock that just isn't doing anything right now.
The US Ten Year Note has been on the move, and the US Dollar Index has also been climbing overnight.
This is not an easy market right now, but the opportunities will eventually appear if we keep slogging away.
With the economy apparently growing robustly, the Fed has to watch how the president's plans play out in terms of the size and scope of deficit spending.
Can the small-caps build on this action and gain further momentum?
Here's why it's best to focus on a few names that interest you most or influence your portfolio, and not chase every report.
So far, for the season, the blended rate of earnings growth for the first quarter now stands at an incredible 33.8%.
The market was surprised by aggressive tax proposals that whacked a small-cap recovery just as it started to build.
Because unlike almost any other companies in the world, they get the benefit of the doubt, and they deserve it.
The 'organic' economy has to take over at some point, and at that point, at least in theory, demand for credit should accelerate.
Let's look at Nvidia, Microsoft and the FAANG names to see what's really possible.