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And the reality is that the more money you make, the more likely you can contribute to the causes that you care about.
Several U.S. companies could benefit as Wuhan and the rest of China appear to open for business.
Over the past month, 3 sectors have revealed themselves as market leaders: Technology, Healthcare and Consumer Staples.
Profiting from Zoom, adding to Verizon and watching Microsoft as we wait for data on employment and how the fiscal support bill will play out.
The Holy Grail right now are the few companies thriving and that will keep going after this is over, but there are others who will rebound and some who will not.
The gist of the Q3 earnings release, at least my personal take, would be that the overview has a positive, or optimistic feel.
From a taking the temperature of an impact on the global retail economy (non-tech), this is about the best the markets could ask for.
The Fed has attacked developing problems in real-time -- and as China shows signs of life, the semi stocks are benefitting.
The maker of athletic apparel appears to offer more upside opportunity than downside risk based on its charts.
Until then, all should take prudent actions and try to stay calm while so many seem to be losing their heads.
So much for going to Mo's - sporting goods retailer Modell's has filed for bankruptcy protection. This is the latest such closure in the last few years, and while it eventually means good things for Dick's Sporting Goods , Foot Locker , and Big 5 Sp...
The picture looks even grimmer for American Airlines , United Airlines , Delta Air Lines , Jet Blue , Hilton Worldwide , Hyatt Hotels and others in the travel and hospitality sectors. The unprecedented 30-day travel ban from Europe is the latest bl...
MCD has weakened this year and a number of sell signals have now arrived.
In the 2nd of a 3-part series, Jim Cramer goes through all 30 Dow stocks to evaluate what is safe to buy and what you should sell or avoid (like the plague).
The answer to that question depends on several factors, so let's break them down.
You can sell any stock that's up and take that money to the bank and no one will say, "sorry that was made off of euphoria, we can't take it."
If the virus spreads and the shutdown continues, then that time frame will lengthen to at least two quarters.
The shares remain wildly overvalued and you should not buy them.
On the one hand and on the other... back and forth goes the market.
Investors in Asia appear to be clinging to the hopes of stimulus flooding China's markets. But with one-third of WARS cases outside the epicenter, the new coronavirus threatens to get out of control.
Much of Tuesday's rally is on the backs of hedge funds who -- poorly positioned for the Wuhan coronavirus -- started shorting virus-related stocks right into Friday.
I hope that investors remember that actual human beings are the ones purchasing cars, cell phones, and coffee everywhere around the world.
That's the question my wife asked me recently -- here's my answer.
Let's instead do the kind of security analysis you have to do if you are going to navigate this moment.
Be prepared for 'China' to become a one-word palliative to ease investors' worries about weak guidance for corporate earnings in the March quarter.