by TenderVendor I feel like it’s a great pick for short term swings with all the earnings hype and could hit 35+ again but I don’t really know about the
Retail is getting a bit too bullish. Equity put/call ratio has dropped to 0.42. Suggesting that most retail investors are buying calls even as markets hit all-time highs.$SPX $NDX $RTY
(Bloomberg) — It’s been two decades since Wall Street analysts were this upbeat. About 56% of all recommendations on S&P 500 firms are listed as buys, the most since 2002.
Barron’s survey finds 67% of Big Money managers bullish on stocks, up from 54% in the fall. pic.twitter.com/x5eL8wnDYK — Win Smart, CFA (@WinfieldSmart) April 24, 2021 The lowest-rated U.S companies
$NDX $SPX bullish again? pic.twitter.com/76F8NsEQP4 — VIX Squared (@vixsquared) April 1, 2021 OUCH! The world’s largest credit ETF notched its worst month of outflows since it began trading about two
by FS With negative interest rates in Europe and Japan, exploding debt levels, and the growing popularity of radical monetary experiments like Modern Monetary Theory in the U.S., traditional safe-haven
probably not good pic.twitter.com/DQBRe2A4CM — Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) April 23, 2019 What great shape the US economy is in. Condo sales plunged 5.3% in March and by 11.5% on a