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cnbc
07:47 Wed 5
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Stock futures advance after sell-off in growth and tech
On Tuesday, investors exited technology and growth stocks, pushing the Nasdaq Composite down 1.9%.
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/04/stock-market-futures-open-to-close-news.html


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forbes
13:39 Fri 18
TrdId
The Market For Now May Be Agreeing With The Fed That Inflation Is Transitory
As Fed week winds down, investors are looking at the potential for a down day. Also, stock index futures and options, stock options, and single-stock futures expire today.


reddit
13:19 Fri 18
Futures Drop as Reflation Trade Continues Unwind: Markets Wrap
U.S. equity futures fell, extending a bout of volatility ignited by surprise hawkishness at the Federal Reserve that may be exacerbated Friday by the mass expiration of stock options. Commodities slumped and the dollar touched a two-month high. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average slid about 0.7% as investors stepped back from trades tied to expectations for hot economic growth and inflation. The S&P 500 was poised to drop for a fourth day. Treasuries erased earlier gains after St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on CNBC that the central bank has started discussing scaling back the pace of pandemic bond-buying. Investors believe the Fed will keep inflation in check, while U.S. activity is peaking, Barclays Plc strategists led by Emmanuel Cau wrote in a note to clients. This is driving rotation away from reflation plays and back to growth stocks. Source: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-06-17/asia-set-for-gains-after-tech-rally-yields-drop-markets-wrap?srnd=premium submitted by /u/Johnblr [link] [comments]


@WSJmarkets
15:52 Fri 18
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Heard on the Street: Real estate broker Compasss tech-stock narrative needs all its agents to sell it https://t.co/EFKZtF9ojw
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cnbc
11:08 Fri 18
Mrkts
U.S. stock futures are little changed as the Dow heads for a losing week
U.S. stock futures were little changed in early Friday morning trade as the Dow fell in the wake of the Federal Reserve's policy update.


cnbc
00:41 Fri 18
Mrkts
U.S. stock futures rise slightly as the Dow heads for a losing week
U.S. stock futures rose slightly on Thursday night as the Dow fell in the wake of the Federal Reserve's policy update.


cnbc
12:38 Wed 16
Mrkts
Stock futures are flat as investors await Federal Reserve update
U.S. stock index futures were little changed in overnight trading ahead of Wednesday's Federal Reserve policy decision.


fool
10:49 Fri 18
TrdId
Next Market Crash 101: 2 Top Growth Stocks to Buy Right Now
Don't wait to jump on this red-hot tech company and unstoppable dividend stock.


@CNBC
16:49 Thu 17
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New for subscribers: Amid a tech stock resurgence, this large-cap growth fund manager seeks opportunities elsewhere https://t.co/If5gWIm94S
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reddit
01:56 Fri 18
TrdId
Anyone see a pattern? ...
https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/03/21/forget-gamestop-sundial-growth-stocks-triple-money/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/06/05/forget-gamestop-these-tech-stocks-are-better-buys/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/03/13/forget-gamestop-this-investment-can-make-you-rich/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/01/27/forget-gamestop-buy-this-value-stock-instead/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/06/07/forget-amc-and-gamestop-consider-this-low-risk-for/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/02/03/forget-gamestop-this-reddit-stock-was-a-bigger-win/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/01/30/forget-gamestop-these-3-growth-stocks-will-deliver/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/02/03/forget-gamestop-these-tech-stocks-are-better-buys/ https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/03/19/forget-amc-and-gamestop-this-stock-could-double-yo/ You can say to forget Gamestop as much as you want. It's not gonna happen... submitted by /u/too_techie [link] [comments]


feedburner
09:10 Thu 17
OthrMvrs
3 New Tech Stock Leaders to Buy on Dips
There are 3 new tech stock leaders, in particular, that stand out as great dip buy candidates going forward. Lets take a further look below.


reddit
02:40 Wed 16
Lam research in value growth territory, other tech stocks.
Based on the companies PEG ratio it seems that lam research is in a very unique place when it comes to forward earnings regarding the semi space. The stock continues to be undervalued relative to peers. I am not big into tech at all. I do own shares on nvidia, AMD, and lam research as of now. Amd and lam have relatively low PEG ratios for stocks expecting the growth that they do and I believe it represents a clear buying opportunity. I understand that lam research has done extremely well this year due to the semiconductor shortage, but I still believe being long lam is a smart move. I bought lam at $500 with the intention of averaging down and have not had the chance. I will not average up on these names as of now, since I do like my cost basis. But I do believe these names have room to run. Nvidia is an exception I will live with because they do just destroy every expectation set and are a leader in many of their industries. I see their PEG of 3.1 as sustainable and wanted to own them pre-split. I also sold bull put spreads because I believe the case for Nvidia is unique. The tech industry is flush with buying opportunities, although I wouldn't necessarily go all in on at a given time, I would put 25% on intended capitol to work and leave cash on the side to play the average as the stock moves. With the inflation and interest theme playing out, I feel there will be more buying opportunities, but I also want skin in the game. I stick to big tech and companies that can handle interest rates rising. I wouldn't go long on a semi ETF at this point, but I would like some money in the game. Edit: Qualcomm should be on this list, but I do not follow them. They are great. submitted by /u/third_legatron [link] [comments]


reddit
20:10 Fri 18
AnlyRtAnlyCl
Is tech back now? DOCU
I know everyone interprets the FOMC meeting differently, but it sounded negative to me. Not like, super negative, but definitely not super positive. I think it was a hint to the growth sector that things are slowing down and could accelerate slowing down faster than we anticipated. So why did DocuSign go up 5.5% today? I don't think an analyst price target has enough strength to move it. I find that DocuSign or any growth stock should go down at least 3-5% next week. Thoughts? submitted by /u/lilaznjocky [link] [comments]


fool
11:00 Wed 16
Nws
TuSimple Stock: The Driverless Truck Stock That Counts NVIDIA and Cathie Wood as Investors
The self-driving tech maker's stock is up 39% since its April IPO.
NVDA
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reddit
16:18 Thu 17
Can't Win for Losing.
I just don't get it... A couple of months ago, I was getting killed in tech, so I started moving out of tech and into ETFs - industrials, materials, the defense sector, oil and gold miners as hedges against inflation, and a bet on reopening. Yesterday, the market got all worried about inflation and tapering, and today (and for the last few days, really) all of those sectors are getting destroyed. And guess what is all in the green? Tech. Even the ARK stocks. The very things that are supposed to sell off with higher inflation and higher interest rates. I have an airline stock - Spirit Airlines - that has been getting upgrade after upgrade into the mid $40s and low $50s, but has been sinking like a stone for 2 months now, and is now at $33. They said it was because oil was going up. But today oil's down, and airlines are still taking it on the chin - hard. I guess I'm just venting... But it doesn't make any sense to me. No wonder people just throw their money into AMC and GME these days. What am I doing wrong? submitted by /u/attentionspanltd [link] [comments]


economictimes indiatimes
11:47 Wed 16
OthrMvrs
Tech View: Nifty sends sell signal on MACD; 15,600 level on the cards
The index has sent out a sell signal on the MACD indicator, said independent analyst Manish Shah.


reddit
18:02 Fri 18
TrdId
Help confirm my understanding of Covered Calls?
So I was thinking about testing the waters with covered calls and I wanted to make sure my understanding was correct. I buy 100 Stock of XYZ @ $10 = $1000 I can then sell a Call and basically use my 100 shares as collateral. For example: I can sell a $15 Call for $100 premium. Based on my understanding, my worst case scenario is that the stock goes above $15 and the option is exercised. So at that point I sell all my shares @ $15 which would ultimately give me a $600 profit (15*100 + $100 premium - $1000 initial investment). So while I may miss out on potentially bigger gains if it rockets past 15, there is no way I can actually lose money doing this right? submitted by /u/raydawg2000 [link] [comments]


fool
12:00 Thu 17
TrdId
Forget AMC: This Growth Stock Could Make You Rich
Meme-stock mania has launched AMC stock to new highs, but that doesn't mean you should buy it.


cnbc
13:15 Thu 17
Mrkts
Stocks are set to continue post-Fed decision losses with Dow futures down 50 points
Stock futures fell in early morning trading after the Federal Reserve raised inflation expectations and forecast rate hikes as early as 2023.


forbes
11:30 Wed 16
OthrMvrs
Despite Over 4x Growth Generac Stock May Continue To Rise
We believe that the stock price of Generac Holdings, an industrial company manufacturing power backup generators, has more room for growth at current levels of $355, despite it being up a massive 4.5x from the levels of under $80 it was at on March 23, 2020, when broader markets made a bottom...
GNRC
Indus
reddit
13:58 Thu 17
TrdId
Struggling with knowing when to take profits
Im still fairly new to trading (< 1 year) and Ive consistently struggled with knowing when to take profits due to greed and FOMO. What is everyones strategies for profit taking? Im currently struggling with whether or not to sell NET. I own 115 shares and my total profit is $3k. Last year I didnt sell when it got to its then ATH of $95 and it went all the way back down to me being in the red $1k just from this stock and Id rather not hold it through another cycle so Im thinking I should sell it, but I also dont want to miss out on profits if it continues to take off. submitted by /u/Chamangotango [link] [comments]


fool
15:42 Thu 17
AnlyRtAnlyCl
Why Twilio Stock Jumped on Thursday
Is the tech stock's recent dip a buying opportunity?
TWLO
Commu
fool
19:21 Thu 17
OthrMvrs
Why Shopify Stock Jumped on Thursday
The tech stock has seen impressive momentum in recent weeks.


reddit
14:10 Thu 17
TrdId
Anyone else growth Portfolio has been flat over past few months?
So my index fund portfolio is doing fine but all my growth stocks (mainly tech and biotech) since feb total value has been pretty much been flat, I peaked at 300% return over the past two years and has been flat basically on the growth stocks Anyone else in similar situation with flat growth? Makes me nervous a bit if this is the end of bull market because of fed wanting to hike rates and the fact we dont have a US President that constantly cheers on / pumps the market submitted by /u/iamcybersysadmin [link] [comments]


fool
12:15 Fri 18
TrdId
Forget Meme Stocks -- Buy These 3 High-Growth Tech Stocks Instead
Magnite and two other growth stocks deserve much more attention than Reddit's latest obsessions.


forbes
14:33 Thu 17
TrdId
Buy WalkMe Stock If Revenue Growth Tops 40%
WalkMe's stock fell 7% from its opening price on June 16. That could be a buying opportunity if WalkMe's revenue growth tops 40%.


economictimes indiatimes
02:06 Fri 18
Mrkts
Tech shares buck trend as hawkish Fed weighs on global stock markets
The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite neared its lifetime peak hit on April 29, before closing up 0.87% as investors bet the economic recovery would boost demand.


reddit
00:59 Thu 17
TrdId
I just want to understand
(dont quite know if this is allowed) I really want to understand stocks and the stock market, what a bubble is and every other piece of lingo there is. Im tired of seeing many people talking about why a stock is gonna do a certain thing and I myself cannot decipher why. I WANT TO LEARN. I just dont know how or where to start because unlike most things i dont believe i can just brute force this until i eventually catch on. So, if any of you are feeling generous would you please give me some pointers or where I can go to learn the ins and outs of the stock market. Thanks in advance. submitted by /u/KoderT123 [link] [comments]


reddit
00:26 Fri 18
TrdId
Bond like stocks? JNJ?
I'm wondering what the most 'bond like' stocks may be. What I mean is that they're fairly stable and hold up good in market sell offs. The only one I can think of off hand is maybe JNJ? According to Portfolio visualizer, it's max drawdown was -34% and worst year was -10% all the way back to 1986. I kind of think as MSFT in the same way except it has growth and more volatility to the downside though in market sell offs. submitted by /u/apooroldinvestor [link] [comments]


marketwatch
11:22 Wed 16
Mrkts
U.S. stock futures mixed ahead of Fed decision
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reddit
12h ago
TrdId
Do you guys prefer futures over stocks or what?
I've been checking out YouTube videos and I can't believe my eyes. Every. Fucking. Video is on futures. WTH is going on out there? I think I'm out of the loop. Do you guys prefer futures over stocks or what is the deal with like 90% of the videos being on futures? submitted by /u/zer0_snot [link] [comments]