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This strategy is a hedge against momentum-oriented money managers -- nothing more, nothing less.
We start the short week with some thoughts on TSLA earnings and the recent move in SLV. We also drill down into a few of our favorite stocks in whats otherwise a very uncertain market.
Tesla, GM, Annie's, Regeneron, and Sprint are all making headlines. By Bret Jensen Tesla Motors (TSLA) has been in the news recently for its move into China. CEO Elon Musk (never the shy one) states that sales in the Middle Kingdom could equal those...
An inverse head and shoulders pattern could soon develop.
These four names are soaring, and I'd jump into all of them, even after their recent runs.
Auto-loan regulation could rattle some publicly traded auto dealers.
Skittish buyers are only nibbling and leaving plenty of good cheap stocks for you.
Apparently it's 'bad' now that the public has stopped pulling reams of money out of the market.
Treasuries are calling the tune today, regardless of companies' fundamentals.
Though data suggest a softer eurozone recovery than expected, EverBank's Frank Trotter says it's unlikely the ECB will cut rates.
Merck is shunned by all; Biogen is liked by all; and Bristol-Myers is the holy grail.
We're getting positive news from businesses all over the place -- yet none of it will matter if the U.S. defaults.
Jim Cramer reflects on 2,000 episodes for Mad Money and the importance of individual stock picking.