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A unique lineup of financial news and education programs, all available to stream without a subscription. Watch industry experts track market action and interpret how it may apply to your investment portfolio. Get real-time insights, commentary, and exclusive access to CEOs, analysts, and market experts. Empowering Every Investor and Trader. Every Market Day.
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John Petrides says that Wall Street is focused on the rate of change in bonds and yields as Powell and Yellen continue to stall on the next stimulus, despite improving economic conditions. On the other hand, he believes that growth stocks are about valuations and not necessarily fundamentals.
DraftKings (DKNG) CEO Jason Robins sees long-term growth as more states legalize gambling. He sees increased revenue based on fulfilling customer requests and partnerships. He says there has been a benefit from people being at home and having extra spending money.
Uma Pattarkine says that global utilities are now cheap after falling 1.6% in 2020, and sees this sector as an attractive risk/reward proposition for investors. Regarding energy, she believes that its largest end-market globally is transportation demand.
Kelly Johnson weighs in on the Ariel-Schwab Black Investor Survey and says that African American participation in the stock market stands at its lowest level in the history of the survey. However, there is evidence of growing engagement by younger Black Americans.
Daniel Rubino and Logan Gilland weigh in on Nvidia (NVDA) as gaming revenue is up 10% to 2.5B and the company is trying to balance cryptocurrency versus gamers and versus data center demand. Logan's stocks to watch are Semtech (SMTC) and Applied Materials (AMAT).
Rhys Williams highlights areas of opportunity in the reopening trade. He says some of the moves in hotels and high-end restaurants like Ruth's Chris Steak House (RUTH) are premature given the current economic landscape. Williams notes that IMAX should benefit as theaters reopen globally and people feel safe. He also thinks gaming, automotive, cell phones, memory and 5G are going to be strong themes that play out this year.
Matt Maley says that FAANG+ will continue to lag as interest rates rise, except for GOOGL. He believes that rotation of out these stocks into commodities and financial stocks will continue.
The CEO of Pubmatic (PUBM), Rajeev Goel, weighs in on the stock reaching new all-time highs in February 2021. The company develops and implements online advertising software, and clients include Verizon Media Group, News Corp, Electronic Arts, and Zynga.
Expedia Vs Airbnb

Expedia Vs Airbnb


Ross Klein weighs in on the opportunities in the travel and leisure space like Expedia (EXPE) which owns VRBO, a competitor of Airbnb (ABNB). He also says that an overlooked homebuilder stock is Skyline Champion (SKY).
The CEO of Crocs Inc. (CROX), Andrew Rees weighs in on the stock being up more than 20% in 2021 and reaching all-time highs on February 19th. What is next for the company?
Kevin Davitt highlights inflation proxies as energies, metals, crypto, and the S&P 500 Financial sector ETF. He also discusses the CBOE Volatility Index, noting the VIX still remains relatively high. Dislocation between realized volatility in the S&P 500 and implied volatility remains.
Khozema Shipchandler, The CFO of Twilio, has seen broad based strength in education, e-commerce, and philanthropy in the last three months. He sees ride sharing as a tailwind to both the economy and Twilio. He feels great about how they are allocating capital and is expecting healthy profitability in the medium term.
Melissa Armo weighs in on Zoom Video (ZM), Peloton Interactive (PTON), RingCentral (RNG) stocks, and the Direxion Work From Home ETF (WFH).
Jharonne Martis and Nick Shields provide their takeaways from Macy's (M) earnings, in addition to examining the Refinitiv Restaurant & Retail Dashboard, which states that 74% of earnings were above analyst expectations.
Dan Dolev weighs in on Mizuho's price target for Square (SQ) being increased to $380, and says that the company's growth will not cease in the short-term. However, what could happen if cryptocurrency and stock trading slow down?
The CEO of Clever Leaves (CLVR), Kyle Detwiler, says that the multi-national cannabis company emphasizes ecologically sustainable, large-scale cultivation, and pharmaceutical-grade processing techniques. The stock is currently up about 50% in 2021.
Ari Paul believes that we are still in a bull trend even after Bitcoin being down after hitting new all-time highs. He also weighs in on the significance of the product being above $50K, as well as the impact of institutional adoption of cryptocurrency in general.
Nick Setyan and Ryan Patel weigh in on Cheesecake Factory (CAKE), Texas Roadhouse (TXRH), and Dine Brands Global (DIN). In addition, Ryan says that Domino's Pizza (DPZ) embraces technology as 75% of U.S. sales come from digital ordering, and the company's dividend has grown by 20% over the last 5 years and increased for 9 straight years.
Returning Penny-Stock Surge

Returning Penny-Stock Surge


George Ball examines the returning surge in penny stocks, and says that until a new major event emerges, market momentum is moving prices upward. In addition, the S&P of 3,900+ could easily drop below 3,000 without undervaluing equities by traditional measures.
The CEO of Vision Marine Technologies (VMAR), Alex Mongeon, says that the company utilizes lithium battery technology and is the first electric boating company to be publicly listed in December 2020.
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