Alibaba (BABA) is the Amazon (AMZN) of China. But does BABA stock measure up to AMZN stock? Let’s break it down!
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Term preferred stocks and baby bonds offer some of the best fixed-rate bonds to buy on today's market. And right now, three of them stand out.
A Monsanto-Bayer takeover is supposedly in the works. According to activity in the options market, however, the deal will likely never happen.
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Overall, the preponderance of evidence is clearly bullish, so you should be bullish, too. That means generally holding your strong, profitable stocks, and looking for good entry points on leaders.
Investors are relieved that the Fed didn’t raise interest rates, but now investors’ attention will refocus on third-quarter sales and earnings results.
Stock markets are always a challenge, and emerging markets, which routinely experience higher volatility, offer special challenges.
Interest rate hike expectations had been swinging wildly in recent weeks, but haven’t had much fodder to digest since last Monday.
Many of our portfolio stocks will likely see rebounds in the coming weeks. Bargain hunters have a good variety of stocks to choose from right now.
The VIX closed at 15.37 on Friday, lower for the week by 12%. I expect this will the lowest the VIX will go ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The market's recent move lower looks very similar to the late-June Brexit shakeout (which cracked the 50-day moving average line), with one notable exception.