Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Tuesday, January 3.
Even though the market went higher on Tuesday, Cramer thinks this rally will not last long. “If you own a lot of stock, I say hold on. But if you are trying to get in, I suggest that you wait for better prices before pulling the trigger,” he said. Usually, the first trading....More>>>
Michael E. Lewitt
Gold sold off sharply since the election based on the belief that President-elect Trump will bring higher growth. This sell-off makes little sense for those who understand that gold is an investment in monetary policy failure and the destruction of paper currencies. Central banks remain hell-bent on printing money and creating inflation in order to deal with epic levels....More>>>
Last year, I was endlessly ringing the alarm bells about Japanese financials, particularly the impact of negative rates on profitability (e.g. net interest margin) and of money market reform and dollar strength on offshore funding, i.e. funding for overseas operations. (See here, here, and here.)
With all of the ‘happenings’ going on in the U.S. currently as it relates to politics....More>>>
San Francisco, California-based Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)has given investors quite a few things to cheer about this year. Yet, TWTR stock is down by over 22% for the year so far, even after a ~20% rally in the last six months. Beyond the reasonable success Twitter has seen in live streaming, the micro blogging site has recorded many other positives as well. From generating positive free cash flows....More>>>