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Political games of smoke and mirrors are making Asian trades look risky, but there may be another opportunity sprouting up.
Understanding yourself and the investing environment you are in are keys to avoiding panic brought on by fear.
I know I haven't talked much about the overall markets today. My analysis falls well short of Dougie in this regard. I tend to trade or focus on specific sectors with volatility and action. That means I spend a lot of time with cannabis, eSports, Ch...
When it comes to YY, a Chinese live-streaming social media platform, the charts aren't all that impressive.
YY has been hammered time and time again after reporting earnings. Last week, that trend came to an end.
The Shanghai-based company received a $317 million investment from Tencent in 2018 and recently added a business collaboration with Taobao Marketplace.
I lean bullish on Nvidia, but with tempered expectations of a 4% to 5% post-earnings upside.
Often the ones that are the hardest to buy turn out to be the best.
There's an opportunity for investors in a few, small speculative Chinese names. Consider playing the space this way.
Repetition is the key to learning, but sometimes there is only so much you can learn before repetition becomes useless. I'll give you an example. In early 2005, my wife gently tapped me on the shoulder to tell me that the crazy heartburn she'd been ...
The trendy Chinese name is down some 13% on good earnings that apparently weren't good enough.
Is an emotional selloff on Howard Schultz's departure precisely when those on the sidelines should strike?
These names are displaying signs of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Chinese stocks have had a stellar 2017 on Wall Street and YY is one of the leaders.
Let's take a look at several stocks that are experiencing unusual volume activity.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
Chipotle, Wendy's on the bull side and gold stocks on the bear side.
What does it mean for U.S.-traded shares of Chinese companies?