|Day Low/High||2.43 / 2.63|
|52 Wk Low/High||0.72 / 5.29|
When a position is too big, the likelihood of a panic sale increases fast.
Here are some moves I'm starting to make right now, why I'm waiting for others, and how I'm looking toward bigger buys.
ARKK breaking key support this morning does not bode well for high-P/E growth names.
With the indices finally joining the party to the downside, we have the potential for some bottoming action.
My positions change very fast and I'm actively trading all these names.
Pockets of speculative trading are narrower, but the appetite for action has not disappeared.
It's important to trade what's in front of you rather than worry about what will happen tomorrow.
I'm working on positioning in front of some earnings reports where the companies report Tuesday after the closing bell.
A number of gambling stocks are up on word that DraftKings plans to buy Golden Nugget Online Gaming.
There just isn't much downside left in most of the small-caps that have already been hit hard.
There are any number of ways the inconsistency in the market action can fix itself.
There are plenty of small-caps that have finally bounced and are now consolidating.
I'm becoming more confident that small-caps have bottomed heading into earnings.
Much of the action has to do with the disconnect recently between the indices and the vast majority of individual stocks.
Not all stocks surged higher in 2013, a few promising names got left behind, says Brian Frank, Portfolio Manager for the Frank Value Fund.
Recovery services may not be a glamorous business, but it's booming in this economy.
IPO Desktop President Francis Gaskins would prefer to pass on Performant and Peregrine.