A technical review of markets can help manage shorter-term risks. Currently, the debate is about the market rally from the October lows. Is it a resumption of the 2009 bull market trend or an extended bear market rally? Unfortunately, I don’t have the answer. But while there are many reasons to be bearish on the markets, it is essential to remember that “stocks climb a wall of worry,” explains Lance Roberts, editor of The Bull Bear Report.
We rarely get much of a chance to talk about it, but momentum in the market works like physics. Any stock in motion will continue moving along that trajectory until some outside force gets in its way. Palantir Technologies (PLTR) is a name that has shot into the scoring zone, writes Hilary Kramer, editor of GameChangers.
Ferrari N.V. (RACE) carries CFRA's highest investment recommendation of 5-STARS, or Strong Buy. We view the company as having one of the strongest brands in the auto industry and as largely insulated from broader consumer headwinds given its high-income customer base, explains Garrett Nelson, analyst at CFRA Research.
I emphatically denounced last week's rally with a seeming break above the key 4,200 resistance level, states Steve Reitmeister of Reitmeister Total Return.
As one who tracks market sentiment, it still amazes me to watch it develop in real-time. We see it quite well in the analyst community as well, states Avi Gilburt of ElliotWaveTrader.net.
Technology bulls were bolstered Tuesday by more analyst optimism, states Jon Markman, editor of Strategic Advantage.
Throughout May the US equity market made a valiant attempt to break out of the bearish trend which began in 2022, and in the process, individual stocks are starting to swing to the upside, states Ian Murphy of MurphyTrading.com.
The mixed market continues, with the Nasdaq continuing to wildly outperform the Dow. Outside of equities, which are down a bit in the early going, crude oil is under pressure. Gold and silver are flat, while Treasuries and the dollar are up.
I’ve been as emphatic as I have been consistent the past few weeks: 1) The markets would take off like a rocket when there’s a deal, so the time to buy would be ahead of that. 2) Big Tech would be THE play, especially names like Nvidia (NVDA), Apple (AAPL), and Tesla (TSLA), says Keith Fitz-Gerald, editor of 5 with Fitz
We are maintaining our “Buy” rating on Focus List selection Palo Alto Networks Inc. (PANW) with a target price of $240. While PANW shares were hit hard in the 2022 market and tech sector selloffs, they continue to perform much better than the cybersecurity industry, writes Joseph Bonner, analyst at Argus Research.
The Great Financial Crisis was more than a decade ago. Its aftermath has been a tale of low yields in the bond market for a very long time. But that's changed. As central banks respond to inflation with higher interest rates, they have created opportunities for higher yields in the bond market. Benjamin Chim, who leads the High Yield Fixed Income Team and is a portfolio manager responsible for active retail and institutional fixed income portfolios, believes interest rates may stay elevated for longer. And this makes it an opportune time for investors to diversify their portfolios and generate positive returns using fixed income investments.
The market continues to surge and pull back. We have not seen a prolonged bull market rally from the October lows. Greg Schnell rolls through the changes and identifies some of the key indicators that can help us find confirmation of the bull market taking hold. You'll want to add some of these ideas to your toolbox.
The next few months are going to be quite important in determining whether we have indeed begun a bear market that could last well over a decade long. Mike Golembesky will take you through what he is seeing in his analysis and will tell you what to look for and what to expect.
In this session, Laura Scarlett Martin will discuss the importance of venture capital in the startup ecosystem. Her presentation will include the definition of venture capital and an explanation of the processes and types. She will discuss the risks and rewards of venture capital investing and will touch on current trends and emerging technologies.
Wealth building is generally considered to be the business of gathering assets that can provide an outsized return with a manageable risk. Increasing that return involves stretching the period of the investment or super-sizing the risk. But an often-neglected variable is the savings rate. What if there was an opportunity to free up and deploy significantly more capital for investment each month? In this session, Gordon draws on concepts from his book, Cashflow Cookbook, to show us exactly how to add a million (or more) to our retirement fund with minimal effort, minimal sacrifice, and no incremental risk.
Options was initially designed as a conservative hedging tool. But over time, the market has evolved to become much faster and more volatile, and options are now being used by traders and hedge funds as their primary profit source. These pros know that in order to generate ROI aggressively, an options strategy must be able to anticipate stock moves before they happen, apply the right call/put combination to generate at least 100% ROI (double the investment) for each trade, and work consistently in both normal and volatile conditions. In this Keynote presentation, Matt Choi, CMT will be demonstrating his top ROI options strategy that fits all criteria described above. This session is highly recommended for options traders.
Dr. Alan Ellman will share how to consistently beat the marketing using his CEO strategy: combining ETFs with stock options. You will learn about a user-friendly and time-efficient approach to covered call writing. His package offers the number of underlying securities considered is reduced from 8000 to 11, the number of available exit strategies is reduced from 14 to 4. Also included are 2 new spreadsheets that have been developed to facilitate portfolio construction and results with comparisons to the S&P 500. His packages are an appealing approach to option trading for those with busy schedules to still be in a position to generate cash flow and beat the market on a consistent basis.
Ardi Aaziznia will discuss three methods for hedging your portfolio against market volatility and potential downside. These methods include covered calls, protective puts, and collars, which are commonly used by institutions. Ardi will describe each method in an easy-to-follow manner that is accessible to traders of all levels, from novice to professional.
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