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If I'm playing anything into earnings, it would be iron condors on FDX.
We all know that the FOMC went too far by now. They know it as well. They have to.
A report from FactSet just hit my email inbox with the following headline - "Analysts Made Smaller Cuts than Normal to EPS Estimates for S&P 500 Companies for Q3." It starts off with the following: "During the third quarter, analysts lowered earning...
A buy-write combination may be the best way to take advantage.
2 options plays in Salesforce as the Dreamforce conference kicks off for this 'Cloud King.'
Once again, the members of the FOMC appear to be lacking in one area: doing their homework.
These names are showing bullish and bearish reversal technical patterns.
This earnings season is already showing that capital spending from cloud giants remains far stronger than spending from traditional carriers. That affects quite a few hardware and chip firms.
The Fed's Janet Yellen called Bitcoin "highly speculative." Would Draghi agree?
The United States risks kicking off a trade war with China over its decision to initiate a "dumping" claim against Chinese aluminum producers without the industry asking it to do so.
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
SLM, Jabil Circuits and Stamps.com aren't problem-free, but they're intriguing.
Apple supplier Jabil Circuit reports operating income was $165.6 million.
On Thursday, December 15, investors await quarterly results from Oracle and Adobe Systems.
For the week of Dec. 12, investors await a key Federal Reserve meeting and quarterly results from a host of major companies.
Amid the market rally, next week's interest-rate decision will get major focus.
Meanwhile, too many investors are still waiting for the 'big one.'
It was a mixed close to a record-breaking week with the Dow clinching a new all-time closing high and the S&P 500 snapping a five-day winning streak.
Stocks declined on a multitude of worries from a possible Brexit to crude oil returning to below $47 a barrel.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is waiting for analysts to downgrade Apple.
In case you missed it, JPMorgan Chase has cut its price target for Apple (AAPL) to $105 a share from a previous $125 (and vs. the stock's close yesterday at $97.14). Jim "El Capitan" Cramer makes the case that this call -- coupled with similar calls...