Tesla is down nearly 20% in the past 2 weeks. (Photo credit should read KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images)
Yesterday, Tesla closed at $308, down almost 20% in just 2 weeks. Sharp drops like this often scare lots of people out of the stock. But one of our top managers, Gorden Lam, is not selling. The best defense against making a bad decision is to take the emotion out of it.
On Friday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested small cap China based online retailstockLightinthebox Holding Co (NYSE: LITB) as a long/buy trade:
LITB has been on our watchlist for a while now, but gave us that clinching signal today. That is, after pushing up and off an entanglement of moving average lines (which made a few bullish crosses this week, by the way), LightintheBox....More>>>
President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on March 15, 2017. Trump and Brexit are part and parcel to the anti-establishment movements sweeping the West. While the U.S. and Europe grapple with their political futures, China and India plow ahead to become the engines of global growth. (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)
Big banks have gotten a boost today from JPMorgan Chase’s (JPM) dividend increase, and the hawkish Fed minutes, because higher rates are still expected to help banks out despite what happened last time. In a note previewing Wells Fargo’s (WFC) investor day on May 24, Jefferies analyst Ken Usdin and team write that “higher rates help, but other items weigh on longer-term net-interest-margin....More>>>
Yesterday, Morgan Stanleys Adam Jonas cut Delphi Automotive (DLPH) to Underweight from Overweight citing the threat posed by electric cars (and not just Tesla Motors (TSLA)). Today, Bairds David Leiker and team offer a fuller defense of Delphi Automotive, as well as Borg Warner (BWA) and Lear (LEA):
Aggressive buyers of Delphi and BorgWarner following another drive....More>>>
The stock market dropped significantly on Sep 9, only to bounce back yesterday. Such volatility is the result of the Fed’s ambiguous stance regarding monetary tightening measures. To top it, profit expectations are down for this year, while stocks remain overvalued.
We are also heading toward the presidential elections, which may lead to a correction. Hence, in order to safeguard one’s....More>>>
First and foremost I would like to wish a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year for the viewers who read my articles on Seeking Alpha. Within the first few weeks of 2016, I released an article with the companies I believed would beat the Dow Jones Index. The main valuation metric used was price to free cash flow and quality being cash return....More>>>
A recent report by Machina Research estimates the total number of Internet of Things ((IoT)) connections to grow 16% annually from 6 billion in 2015 to 27 billion in 2025. Nearly 71% of all IoT connections today are connected using a short range technology such as WiFi. That number is projected to grow marginally to 72% by 2025. By 2025, 11% of connections are expected to use Low Power Wide Area....More>>>
Nearly 60 years ago, a writer calling himself Bob Belmont published a modest little book with an immodest title: How to Retire Without Money! You arent likely to find it in your library, but you might come across a copy at a used book sale,