Tag: CNBC

Top Weekend News Stories November 11 – 12, 2017

12/11/2017

The top news stories this weekend from stocks on the GuerillaStockTrading watch list. Apple Inc. (AAPL) (11/12) Top Ten: Weekend roundup: Valeant’s earnings games | Tesla’s junk | How Apple stashes cash – Here are MarketWatch articles to read this weekend. (11/11) 3 Things I Like About the Apple iPhone Read More »

Top News Stories November 9 2017

9/11/2017

The day’s top news stories from stocks on the GuerillaStockTrading watch list. Apple Inc. (AAPL) (11/9) Tech pulls Wall Street lower, investors worry about tax cuts – (Reuters) – Wall Street dropped on Thursday, weighed down by losses in Apple and other technology stocks as investors turned their attention to a Read More »

Veeva Systems stock chart shows rising large players volume.

Veeva Systems Rising Large Players Volume On Earnings Beat Hopes

6/11/2017

Traders are positioning in Veeva Systems now in anticipation of earnings and revenue beats when the company reports on November 28, 2017.

Disney stock chart looks like a good long entry.

Disney Considering Buying Most of 21st Century Fox

6/11/2017

Rumors are flying today that Disney is looking to purchase most of 21st Century Fox’s assets, giving it a competitive advantage in content production.

Live Nation Entertainment stock looks like a good buy.

Live Nation Entertainment Gets JP Morgan Buy Rating Reaffirmed

18/10/2017

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Amazon stock chart shows rising large players volume.

Hearing Rumors Amazon May Expand Into Pharmacy Business

7/10/2017

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Warren Buffett Let Cat Out of Bag On Why Rich Are Not Selling Stocks

3/10/2017

Warren Buffett let the cat out of the bag today on why the rich and powerful are not selling stocks. Warren Buffett told CNBC today that he’s not selling and booking profits in his positions until he finds out what the capital gains tax rate will be under a Trump tax cut. Think about it. Read More »

Price of Copper Retakes Key Level as Global Economy Improves

26/08/2017

Doctor Copper is signaling an improved outlook for the global economy as the price of copper has retaken the key $2.86 level. China is the world’s largest importer of copper using more than three million tonnes a year. In an attempt to improve the environment, China is proposing a copper import ban. China’s copper industry Read More »

High Yield Debt Surges Higher Which Favors the Bulls

26/08/2017

Following high yield debt is an excellent way to time market swings. A high yield bond (non-investment-grade bond, speculative-grade bond, or junk bond) is a bond that is rated below investment grade. These bonds have a higher risk of default and so they pay a higher yield than better quality bonds. Bonds rated below BBB− Read More »

In stock market corrections, the Russell 2000 usually leads the other major indices lower.

Stock Market Correction and Waiting To Click The Buy Button

19/08/2017

The stock market correction is likely going to push the S&P 500 to test its long-term rising trendline and support at 232.20. The bearish divergence on the Twiggs Money Flow likely signals that the pull back is not over yet. A few traders have asked me if now is the time to buy or if Read More »

Destroy Trump Establishment Media Continues Propaganda

18/08/2017

The ‘Destroy Trump’ establishment media propaganda machine continues to attack President Trump while quietly not reporting on how the left is destroying America’s heritage and history. In an unprecedented push to change the history of America, left-leaning groups and Democrat politicians are literally destroying statues of American history across this country. Reality check: the civil Read More »

Border Adjustment Tax DOA as Retailers and Traders Celebrate Victory

27/07/2017

Republicans have officially given up on trying to pass a border adjustment tax to even the playing field with our trading partners. The Retail Industry Leaders Association celebrated the news and said they are now ready to get on-board with the President’s tax reform. The retail sector, and stock traders, won a significant victory Thursday Read More »