Friday featured some volatility, a few earnings reports, and a selloff in several blue-chip and high-growth stocks. Here’s a look at some top stock trades for next week. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 1: Boeing (BA) Shares of Boeing (NYSE:BA) were hammered on Friday as worries heat up over the 737 MAX once again.
The double bottom reversal pattern is similar to the double top reversal pattern, but it goes in the opposite direction. What Is the Double Bottom Reversal Pattern? -It’s a reversal pattern or bullish pattern -Begins with a downward pattern and typically ends with an upward pattern -There can be double tops or triple tops between
Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Morgan Stanley – Morgan Stanley reported third-quarter profit of $1.27 per share, beating estimates by 16 cents a share. Revenue also beat analysts’ forecasts. Chairman and CEO James Gorman said the quarter was a strong one despite a typical summer slowdown and volatile markets. Honeywell – Honeywell
Back during Sony’s (NYSE:SNE) tough days, I personally witnessed the dramatic rise and influence of GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO). At the time, I was a senior business analyst tasked with increasing Sony’s digital camera market share. From a product perspective, GPRO had the better ideas. But I’m glad I invested in SNE rather than GoPro stock. Source:
Denver money manager Fred Taylor of Northstar Investment Advisors. Source: Northstar Investment Advisors Managing investments in a year fraught with headline risks requires a sound strategy and the conviction to stand by it, but also the flexibility to take advantage of fast-changing market conditions. Denver money manager Fred Taylor has long focused on companies that
InvestorPlace’s Vince Martin recently commented that Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA) has returned to its rangebound ways, an indication that owning Alibaba stock might not be the best idea in the immediate future. Source: BigTunaOnline / Shutterstock.com “Investors who have long waited for Alibaba stock to finally rally again might hope that history will repeat. The
Blame it on the month of October, or China or on the Federal Reserve. But Friday was marked by notable volatility in numerous groups and relatively stable action in others. Overall, we barely saw a decline in the stock market today, with the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) down just 0.2% in the final 15
Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: American Express – The financial services giant earned $2.08 per share for the third quarter, 5 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also came in above analysts’ forecast. American Express also forecast current-quarter revenue growth of 8% to 10%, compared to a consensus estimate of 8.9%.
[Editor’s note: “8 Monthly Dividend Stocks to Buy for Consistent Income” was previously published in July 2019. It has since been updated to include the most relevant information available.] With so much uncertainty weighing on key economic metrics — most notably the U.S.-China trade war — the idea of buying dividend stocks is an attractive
Nio (NYSE:NIO) stock climbed more than 11% after the “Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) of China” reported strong third-quarter earnings on Oct. 8. Investors were especially pleased to learn that the company’s vehicle delivery increased by 35% from the second quarter. Source: Carrie Fereday / Shutterstock.com This news came at just the right time for Nio stock, since
Pimco founder and bond industry legend Bill Gross is done with his previous life running huge investment bonds and making market headlines. But that doesn’t mean he’s done as an investor. Instead, the one-time “bond king” is putting money to work for his own sake rather than running what was once the world’s largest bond
Cloud security company Okta (NASDAQ:OKTA) had a tremendous couple of years. Since trading at just $22.60 in early 2017, it quickly became a crowd favorite, soaring as high as $141.85. Since then, OKTA has crashed 34% off those highs. However, the plunge in OKTA stock has created a long-term buying opportunity. Source: Sundry Photography /
Stocks dipped Friday, but closed well off session lows. The dollar slumped to its lowest levels in three months despite weak data out of China, the world’s second-largest economy. China said its third-quarter GDP grew by 6%, but economists were forecasting a slightly higher uptick of 6.1%. Source: rafapress / Shutterstock.com On the back of