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Dow’s Rebound Strengthens As These Tech Stocks Cool Off; Is AMD Stock A Buy Again?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average continued to show mild seesaw action in the stock market today, moving between narrow gains and losses. At around 11:30 a.m. the 30-stock blue chip average padded its mild early-morning gain and rebounded 0.6%. At the session high of 25,907, the Dow showed a tiny gain of 0.4% in the […]

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The 21-Day Exponential Moving Average: Why This Is Your New Edge

The 21-day exponential moving average (EMA) can be thought of as the Goldilocks of moving averages.We have dozens of Investor’s Corners on when to buy a stock and when to sell. But what about holding? A 10-day simple moving average (SMA) can be too tight and a 50-day simple moving average too loose. To get the heart […]

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Here’s How to Trade FedEx Stock Now With Confidence

There was a time when FedEx (NYSE:FDX) stock was a sure thing. It only had one serious competitor in United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS), and there was plenty of business to go around for both to thrive. The pair traded in unison — and alongside the major indices. But this is no longer true. FDX stock has […]

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Two Months After Bankruptcy Filing, Why is Hertz Stock Still Trading?

Less than seven weeks after  Hertz Global Holdings (NYSE:HTZ) filed bankruptcy, HTZ stock is still trading. Not only are those bankrupt shares still changing hands, but in huge volumes, driving the stock price as high as $5.53 on June 8. Why?I sort of understand why traders might like to speculate on the fate of the corpse. […]

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It May Get Worse, But Shell’s On The Right Track

Thesis SummaryMarkets were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but few stocks have suffered as much as energy stocks. These companies are facing lower gas/oil prices as well as longer-term demand headwinds. Out of the energy companies, Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has shown financial responsibility and foresight which is why I am bullish long term.Company […]

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If You Own Apple (AAPL) Stock, Should You Sell It Now?

If you are looking for the best ideas for your portfolio you may want to consider some of Wedgewood Partners top stock picks. Wedgewood Partners, an investment management firm, reduced its exposure to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock. In its Q4 2019 investor letter the firm discussed its investment thesis on Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock. Apple […]

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Sins Of Omission

With markets extremely difficult and volatile as we work through COVID-19, we thought it would be good to review important parts of our investment discipline. One way to do that is to consider stocks we found via our eight criteria for stock selection and did not keep long enough to get to their ultimate rewards.Buffett’s […]

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3 Cruise Stocks to Buy as the World Returns to Normal

Cruise stocks have been on a wild roller-coaster ride in 2020. First, the big drop. Then, the big rebound. Most recently, another big drop, on fears that a “second wave” of the novel coronavirus is emerging across the U.S. What comes next? A big and sustainable rally, meaning now is the time to buy cruise stocks. The logic is […]

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5 Stocks Trading Near 52-Week High That Can Scale Higher

Investors generally consider 52-week high as a criterion to pick stocks. This is because stocks near that level are perceived to be winners.However, given the high price, investors often wonder if the stock is overpriced. While the speculations are not absolutely baseless, all stocks hitting a 52-week high are not necessarily overpriced.In fact, investors might […]

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4 Stocks to Buy to Protect Your Portfolio From Bad Weather

Grab your umbrellas, stock up on bottled water and start thinking about what a rash of extreme weather could mean for the U.S. economy. In what seems to be a series of plagues striking the world, it looks like bad weather is coming soon. And if you’re still reeling from the effects of the novel […]

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