Technology stocks are thriving, as the Nasdaq has been outpacing the S&P 500 and the Dow for months. And one small-cap tech stock in particular is outperforming the industry’s big boys.
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So far, earnings season is off to a good start, with the big banks and Netflix (NFLX) beating estimates in recent days.
With the major indexes just 2% to 3% off their highs, now is not a time to panic, but it is time to prudently manage your risk by cutting losses short, holding some cash and keeping new buys on the smaller side.
Economic data releases this week will be fairly light. In stark contrast, there will be an overwhelming number of major companies set to release earnings.
One of our stocks rallied on news of a major acquisition. The event was perfectly timed as it shows there's still potential for value-adding strategic moves, even when the big board is showing a sea of red.
If the action of the past few days is the start of a market pullback, we’re ready to respond. But we'll wait until we see what the market does.
Investors on pins and needles could stay on the sidelines until after the election on November 8. But after some volatility, the market should then rally into the new year.
How does an investor sort through the continuous barrage of alarming media headlines, and focus on picking good stocks, then have confidence in holding onto them?