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Archive for November, 2017

Notes You Need for November 30: JNPR, NOK, Fed nominee, China PMI, semiconductor sell off, Bitcoin futures

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Argentina gets credit rating boost from Moody’s–good news for my Volatility Portfolio picks GGAL and ARGT

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Adding lithium producer SQM to my long-term 50 Stocks Portfolio

Shares of Tesla (TSLA) were down 3.15% in today's (November 29) session on a report from Reuters that up to 90% of its Model S and Model X vehicles showed defects during quality checks. (Tesla disputes the Reuters story.) On the news, though, lithium stocks fell as well. The theory, I guess, is that if […]

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Bank stocks support S&P in technology stumble–but why are financials rallying here?

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No signs of danger to HDFC Bank from India’s online revolution–in fact, on the contrary…

It's only sensible to worry about numbers like these--they're just so deliciously good. For the last 10 years, India's HDFC Bank has been able to grow its loan portfolio by 31% annually. It's deposit base has expanded at almost the same rate, 29% annually. That combination has enabled the bank to average a net interest […]

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Time to buy Incyte on the biotech dip

Maybe you didn't even know there was a biotech dip. If all you've been following in the sector is a stock like Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR), a Jubak Picks member (and the call options are a holding in my Volatility Portfolio), you're likely to respond "What dip?" Nektar is up, 325% for 2017 to date and […]

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Notes You Need for November 28: Amazon devices, consumer confidence, Powell’s confirmation hearing for Fed, Cyber Monday sales record, Schumer/Pelosi pull out

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No government funding deal with Dems this time, Trump tweets, and Dems pull out of today’s meeting

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Trick or trend: How flat will the yield curve get?

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The great energy sector puzzle: Oil is up but oil stocks are down?

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