Going into June 2020, there has been a lot of craziness going on with the market. But Paul Meeks is here to give us some good news. Paul is back on CNBC’s Trading Nation to
Coming up on three months of nationwide shutdowns, and now very real civil unrest is happening with threatened violence from the President. Both big box and small retail stores are being looted and closed, and yet the market is up today. How is this even possible?
As technology continues to grow, the availability of information and research has become more easily accessible. For some investors, it has raised the question of ‘why managed money?’
Another week. The rally continues for U.S. stocks, and I think that it can go further if the S&P 500 breaks through technical resistance at 3,000.
If you read this blog, you know that I’ve been waiting for the major tech companies that I cover to announce their March quarter earnings. For the “FAANGs,” which includes Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX), and Google (GOOGL), and to which I’d add Microsoft (MSFT) to this group of tech titans
This week, we’re in the teeth of the earnings announcements for the quarter ended March 31. So far, stock price reaction has been muted even for miserable reports and weak guidance for the June period and beyond.
Next week, the week of April 27, most of my covered technology companies report their financial results for the latest quarter. During these announcements, some firms will provide outlooks, or at least try to, for 2020.
Since the pandemic of the Coronavirus started, investors are looking to make changes to their strategies.
It’s only been a month and a half since the economy took a hard hit due to the coronavirus. Now there is talk about re-opening the economy.
In my last post, I wrote about how I am waiting for companies to “confess” their actual coronavirus impacts before reinvesting in this market in any meaningful way. I know from experience and historical evidence backs me up, that stocks cannot consistently rise until Wall Street sales and earnings estimates for covered companies have been … Continue Reading