Month: November 2019

If you think that things are acting without any order or sense, you need to watch this video. I’ll tell you why stocks sell-off even if earnings are great. And sometimes, stocks have horrible earnings, but it goes to the upside. Let’s see why that is the case. #selloffstock #stockearnings #stocks #greatearnings #stockmarket #topstock Posted
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China’s hand in cementing a phase one trade deal with the U.S. keeps getting weaker even though many American media outlets keep reporting otherwise because they seem to like Chinese President Xi Jinping better than President Donald Trump, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Monday. Cramer said on “Squawk Box” the mainstream media wrongly thinks that
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A customer enters a TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. location in San Francisco, California. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines midday Monday: TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab — TD Ameritrade shares jumped nearly 7% after the company confirmed it will be acquired by rival Charles Schwab for $26 billion
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One of the bigger challenges for investors in the U.S. stock market is the increased concentration of larger stocks into many leading and widely followed indexes. And those indexes, in turn, have become the underlying basis for bigger exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The impact of this is that a handful of large-capitalized stocks drives the stock
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Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) stock, like other marijuana companies, rallied massively last week. The chances of  marijuana being legalized in the U.S. increased a little last week after the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee approved a bill that would lift the federal government’s restrictions on the drug. Of course,  if the bill becomes law,  Tilray stock and
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The stock market has had a fantastic year, with the S&P 500 in particular rising nearly 25% so far. Certain sectors such as tech have done particularly well, and some former laggards like the big banks have also come roaring back. All in all, there’s plenty for investors to be thankful for this holiday season.
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