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Notes You Need for April 9: Retail closings, GenZ buying preferences, Pinterest IPO, FB target price, 5G chips, IMF global GDP forecast

In my daily trawling through the market I come upon lots of tidbits of knowledge that I think are important to investors but that don't justify a full post. I've decided to start compiling these notes here each day in a kind of running mini blog that I'm calling Notes You Need. I launched this new […]

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Special Report: 10 Most Dangerous Stocks in Earnings Season–first nine picks

That famous futures trader Marc Antony famously said "Beware the Ides of April." Okay, the guy had a mixed performance record. Short Brutus but long Cleopatra. But his advice about April 2019 is good. The Ides of April fall on the 13th of the month. And what promises to be a wild earnings season begins […]

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Facebook rises after-hours as disappointing growth not as bad as bears expected

Facebook It really, really helps if lots of traders and investors hate your stock going into earnings. Then you can, as Facebook (FB) did today, announce quarterly results that fall short on revenue ($13.73 billion versus consensus projections for $13.8 billion), and daily active users (1.49 billion globally in the third quarter versus projections for […]

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Video: Facebook – It’s a Feature, Not a Bug

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Facebook closes down 18.96% on the day

Golly gee, what could be the big story in the U.S. markets today? How about the rout in Facebook (FB) shares--down 18.96% or $41.24 to $176 at the close. That $112 billion dollar drop in the market value of Facebook gives the company the record for the largest one day drop in a company's market […]

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Yesterday’s slump in the NASDAQ: Is the market worried about earnings from Facebook and Amazon?

The NASDAQ Composite Index broke higher out of the gate yesterday, July 24, climbing to 7928 at 9:39 a.m. New York time and staying solidly to the upside through 10:22 at 7924.53 on strong earnings from Alphabet (GOOG). But then the index proceeded to slide lower to 7814 at 1:45 p.m. before moving up slightly […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback (on a Sunday) says, For the week ahead expect…

...one more week of this technology driven, upward trend in the U.S. market as we head into the first tech earnings report with Netflix (NFLX) on Monday, July 16. Wall Street analysts are expecting huge earnings growth from the tech stocks that led the market upward last week. (The Technology Sector Select SPDR (XLK) was […]

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

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Back to normal today? And a reminder of what normal is

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Notes You Need for March 29: German inflation, TSLA production short again, Facebook, ACXM, soybeans vs. corn, AT&T vs CSCO

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