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The bull market created serious bubbles in stocks, bonds, real estate, crypto, and banking, notes David Strysewski. He discusses what to have on your radar during the debt ceiling discussion. He talks about how growth-oriented, fixed-indexed annuity offers an easy hedge opportunity. He goes over how technology is leading the markets in 2023 and companies that have pricing power and positive cash flows are doing well. He mentions factors to watch ahead of a potential recession, as well as potential benefits of hedging strategies. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
BofA's raised AMD's (AMD) price target to $120 from $105. The analyst notes that AMD is looking forward to A.I talk and cloud-optimized CPU launch at its June 13th event, and still says that gaining market share against Nvidia (NVDA) could be "tougher than expected." Caroline Woods discusses this as BofA maintained a neutral rating on AMD. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
Pfizer's (PFE) weight loss drug may be as effective as Novo Nordisk's (NVO) Ozempic. Jenny Horne discusses this a Ozempic and Wegovy are popular among celebrities for weight loss. The Wall Street Journal reports that employers are resistant to include Ozempic in work-sponsored health plans, although many employers cover Ozempic as a diabetes treatment. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today
Ford has an opportunity with connected digital platforms to create recurring revenues that are accretive to the bottom line that will last throughout any business cycle. Ford CFO, John Lawler, says that they can create services for customers, as well as lifetime relationships. For Ford Pro, the ability to push software and services out for Model E and Ford Blue.
Pfizer (PFE) stock price is up today on its weight loss drug that has been proven to be more effective than Ozempic. Will weigh loss occur quicker? Trial participants lost 10 pounds over 16 weeks. The oral drug could offer advantages over frequent injections. Renita Young weighs in on Micron (MU) potentially facing a major security risk and faces a ban of selling chips to some Chinese companies.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has ended its inquiry into Meta Platforms (META) Ireland Limited. Caroline Woods talks about the results of this, as it concluded the Meta Ireland infringed on Article 46 GDPR. They noted that Meta Ireland has to stop transferring data from the EU/EEQ to the U.S. Caroline Woods also discusses how Loop Capital downgraded Apple (AAPL) to hold from buy. The analyst noted that it sees iPhone June quarter shipments down by 5M to 35M and now sees "material downside risk" to AAPL. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
The indices like the Dow Jones today are moving higher along with rates. Scott Bauer says that even with all of the negativity in investor sentiment, we are in that 4200 level on the S&P 500. He talks about how a lot of people have raised issues or uncertainty about the breadth of this market rally. He goes over how volatility is impacting the markets. He also highlights how the dollar is rally up to highs that we haven't seen in at least a few weeks. Tune in to find out more about futures and the stock market today.
Farfetch (FTCH) jumps on narrow quarterly loss and higher sales. Jenny Horne discusses this as FTCH's earnings were released yesterday May 18th, postmarket. Its adjusted EPS came in at -$0.16 versus an estimated -$0.27 and revenue came in at $556.39M versus an estimated $523.64M. FTCH believes it's on track to deliver growth ahead of the luxury market at large. FTCH's gross merchandise volume beat estimates. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
This is just simply not the Walmart (WMT) that we've gotten used to over the last two decades, notes Scott Mushkin. He and Seema Shah take stock of the retail sector after Walmart (WMT) and Target (TGT) earnings. They talk about how WMT has improved their merchandise by including brands such as Levi's and Reebok. Seema mentions that WMT saw an increase in monthly active users for the first quarter. They also talk about how TGT's engagement with the consumer is continuing to drop. They then gauge pressures on consumer spending. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
Bitcoin (/BTC) and Ethereum reclaimed the key technical level at their 4-year or 200-week moving averages, and the reason that's important is because we saw that same behavior at previous major market lows, notes Javed Mirza. He talks about how markets are mixed following the latest jobless claims data. He talks about the technical trends to watch in bitcoin and the correlation between bitcoin and stocks. He goes over the major technical trends to watch in bitcoin. He mentions that their technical work is telling them that we have started a new cyclical bull market. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
How is the Japanese Yen currency performing today? It seems to be trading lower. Will the BOJ remove yield curve control? The U.S. Dollar is rallying against the Japanese Yen. Jannis Meindl says that the U.S. Dollar is expected to be on a move higher against other currencies even with the global central banks catching up to the Federal Reserve.
Tesla (TSLA) shares are rising after its annual shareholder meeting. Renita Young discusses this, highlighting that Elon Musk says that he is not considering stepping down as TSLA CEO. Musk also talked about how TSLA is to try out traditional advertising and "see how it goes." He also mentions that macro conditions are going to be difficult for TSLA for at least 12 months. Renita then goes over how Western Alliance Bancorp (WAL) reports $2B in deposit growth in the current quarter. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
Markets are defying the lag effect, notes Jeffrey Small. He discusses market performance trends to monitor. He talks about how the market is already pricing in a 2024 recovery and last year's 25% peak to trough correction was the correction. He goes over what to know about the "leg effect" in the markets. He mentions that inflation is going down and the Fed is getting ready to pause, and the cost of capital is rising, while lending is becoming more restrictive. He then highlights his stock picks which include Alphabet (GOOGL), Meta Platforms (META), and Amazon (AMZN). Finally, he examines big tech strength in a turbulent market. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
How have gold prices been influenced by debt ceiling concerns and monetary policy speculation? Jake Hanley says that based on fundamentals, gold is moving above debt concerns and Federal Reserve policy. How does the gold price compare to global currencies? Also, is there a significant decline in gold imports from India?
Tesla (TSLA) is on track to achieve its first deliveries of the Cybertruck in 2023, notes Garrett Nelson. He talks about the takeaways from TSLA's shareholders meeting. He goes over how TSLA is the lead in the autonomous driving race and the stock's pullbacks are a buying opportunity. Some notable takeaways from the meeting is that TSLA may try advertising and Elon Musk says he has no plans to step down as CEO. He talks about why TSLA feels the need to advertise. CFRA has a strong buy rating on TSLA with a $250 price target. He also compares TSLA to Ford (F) and General Motors (GM). Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
Congress has always ended up raising the debt ceiling—that’s 21 times since 2000, so far despite each time being a headache—so the chance of default are very low, notes Jeffrey Kleintop. He discusses how futures are lower following the latest retail sales data. He talks about portfolio protection if there's no debt ceiling deal. He suggests considering buying Japanese assets, consider buying precious metals, and consider buying long-term U.S. treasuries. He then goes over how President Biden and Congressional leaders are scheduled to resume debt ceiling talks today. He then highlights upcoming ecodata this morning including NAHB Housing Market Index, Industrial Production, and Business Inventories. Finally, he mentions how Fed rate hikes will impact the debt ceiling talks. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
Loop Capital downgraded Alphabet (GOOGL) to hold from buy. Renita Young discusses how the Loop Capital analyst notes that GOOGL's concern about maintaining its current position through "massive technology transformation" to A.I. Loop Capital says that GOOGL could hold back the stock's valuation. Loop Capital has a $125 price target for GOOGL. Renita also discusses Loop Capital's take on Meta Platforms (META). They note that META should see strong product-driven enhancements with Advantage+. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
The U.S. Dollar price is still struggling amid debt ceiling concerns. Is the Federal Reserve going to continue higher for longer based on latest economic data? Chris Robinson discusses whether the Dollar is at a tradeable low compared to other currencies. Are regional banks holding the currency back compared to the tech sector? Robinson also weighs in on the economy.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple (AAPL) is to unveil a mixed-reality headset in the coming weeks. Kevin Green discusses this as the headset has an expected price tag of $3,000. He talks about how APPL is trying to compete with other players in this space, including Meta (META). Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
The crude oil price is struggling, and is that why inflation is easing? Is energy the driver of commodity-related inflation? Sal Gilbertie says that all commodities are in a slump right now because producers responded compared to the price spikes last year. Gilbertie also states that it is rare for new refineries to come on in terms of RBOB.
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Richard Diaz


Aug 4th

Jamie Kurisunkal Jacob

Mattel is finally bringing life into their brands and expanding it into modern times via Netflix and films. I look forward into researching more about its stock.

Apr 24th
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