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Recognizing there is no silver bullet when it comes to investing, I asked my Trifecta Portfolio partner Bob Lang to share a technical take on the Nasdaq given its leadership performance over the last few months. Bob... From a technical point of view...
Reuters is reporting that Tesla "appears" on the verge of joining the S&P 500... Not sure how much speculation or hopium is involved, but if TSLA shares became an S&P 500 constituent it would likely mean the surge in the shares would go a bit furthe...
While valuations still aren't as high as they got in 2000, a lot of recent investor behavior feels very familiar.
Hat tip to one Michael Gayed, author of The Lead-Lag Report. As I was scurrying about on Diary related stuff this morning I missed something he pointed out - take it away Michael: Tesla overtakes Toyota Motor to become the largest automaker in the ...
Following up on my Tesla comment from earlier, here's another reason to be concerned with traditional auto companies like Ford , General Motors , Fiat Chrysler , Volkswagen , and the others: We saw something similar in China where passenger car sale...
Let's look at the S&P 500 and Tesla as examples of why fundamentals are out the window.
In an opening video at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai, CEO Elon Musk said Tesla is "very close" to achieving level 5 autonomous driving technology. Level 5 is typically referred to as "full automation", where all roads and ...
Yes, it was just a flesh wound, but there is weakness underneath.
The hitch is that fundamentals do matter, too. Confused? Let's examine what's happening in the market and why it's making me cautious.
While Tesla is considerably overvalued on nearly every metric, I have long viewed the stock as neither a buy or short - for a host of reasons related to my financial/operation evaluation of the company, my risk profile/appetite, and given my core sh...
Markets are clearly different now. I did not grow up, nor was I trained for this environment. Nobody else you hear today was either.
Don't mistake a fear of missing out for a fundamental change in the industry.
An investor's job -- long or short -- is to take the opposite side of a position, and here's why we should take a critical look at this electric vehicle company.
Concerns about upcoming earnings reports are understandable but they are not an issue right now.
Let me tell you about a time in the '80s when I was trying to get clients some Berkshire shares -- and how it relates to now, when you can buy fractional shares of terrific companies like Amazon.
Electric vehicle sector sees lots of action, while jobs news provides a boost to the indexes, despite surge in Covid-19 cases.
If you're a day trader there are ways to 'day trade' that can at least reduce some of the danger.
Let's go over the confluence that allowed us to advance after a brief dip down in the morning.
Many SPACs were hit hard from June 19 through June 24. It will happen again.
I will tell you this. Nobody I talk to is talking much about Q2 earnings. In fact, Q3 is not even the topic of conversation.
The EV market is nowhere near saturation yet. I believe we'll have some additional expansion before we begin to see takeovers.
The charts of the electric vehicle maker are showing some weakening in the stock, though a major shake-out isn't likely.
This one is a tough chase, so I would have to consider put sales for an entry right now.
Do you know what a company does, does it do it well, and is there anything going on that could change the trajectory?
I can't educate the foreign investors. The professional mutual fund managers think I'm dead wrong. But I can help teach the new retail traders.