And listen to what Cathie Wood of ARK Investments had to say about TSLA and ride sharing.
You'd think at least a few analysts would have recommended Simon Property Group shares at their enormously marked-down price. That's not how Wall Street works.
They've done a very good job of transforming how Wall Street values them, and that's also likely why they appear to be dabbling in EVs.
The long sideways pattern on MSFT could soon come to an end.
One of the three stocks looks OK to ease into now, but the technical signals indicate it would be best to wait on the other two.
They called it rotation. I'm still not completely convinced. Don't you normally have to sell something to rotate?
The cannabis company is now putting its focus on premium products since the value side fell apart.
To see the immediate selling in the stock on the off chance Hindenburg's report could possibly be on SPAQ is downright scary.
The shares have been correcting since July.
When markets move lower, price action reveals names that institutions are reluctant to sell.