Articles About Trading & Investing
The once high-flying
Boeing Co. ( ) stock and the company’s 737 Max 8 planes have both been grounded. NYSE:BA
While the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) re-certifying the 737 Max to fly again is more a question of when, not if (at least Boeing and its investors hope), the flight of Boeing’s stock is less certain.
Will planes and the stock take off again, or might a long grounding of the company’s mainstay earnings generator flatline the stock or even knock it back to earth?
The two are inextricably intertwined.
… Here’s what happened with the Max 8, what investigators and investors are pondering now, and specific price levels for you to answer your own buy, sell, or hold questions
Now that you know what “fed funds” are, and how the Federal Reserve manages the fed funds rate, it’s time to understand what’s happening with fed funds lately and how it could choke the stock market.
Today, we’re going to talk about what the real pros are watching (and what you should be watching, too), big deficits, and bond vigilantes.
… Then, later, I’ll show you what you can do to profit in the midst of the potential beginning of the end of the bull market
The Dow is quickly closing in on its record high of 26,743.50, which we saw mid-September of 2018. This morning, it broke out at 26,639.10 – 46 points higher than yesterday’s close. Even the Nasdaq Composite, which includes tech titan
Apple Inc. ( ), opened nearly a full half-percentage point higher, undoubtedly due to AAPL punching through $212, leading its market cap back to $1 trillion-status… NasdaqGS:AAPL . Click here to watch
There’s a problem with the bull market’s fairy godmother, the Federal Reserve.
It looks like it’s out of magic dust – what it uses to manipulate interest rates.
… In the first of this two-part series, I’ll tell you what you need to know, why this is important, and what could make the lows of October to December look like a day at the beach
Tesla, once touted by ringmaster Elon Musk as the Greatest Show on Earth, is now toast.
Worse, than just being toast, it’s burnt on both sides.
Musk’s pied piper magic is fading, if not already farcical.
And Tesla’s electric vehicles, once the envy of the industry and the world, are showing their age, flaws, and vulnerability to the hungry pack of EV competitors chomping at their heels.
… Here’s how Elon Musk killed the Tesla myth and what to do with the stock now
If you’ve followed Shah Gilani for any amount of time, you know he is the last person to sugarcoat anything.
Wall Street Insights & Indictments because you want the raw, unfiltered information from one of the only people who can tell you like it really is – and help you profit along the way.
Shah is one of a kind, and he’s not the type to crank out a new way to make money every other week.
He’s careful, he’s calculated, and when he has something new to share, you know that he’s taken years to make sure it reaches his standard of perfection before sharing it with you.
With that, we have some exciting news…
Shah’s finally ready, after years of development, to release one of his greatest accomplishments: the trading strategy that made him into the millionaire and financial authority he is today.
… So keep reading, because the very strategy that Shah used to build his empire has the potential to make you ten times your money every single week
The first ride-hailing company in the world, Uber, is late getting to the IPO starting gate.
That means its stock, when it comes to market, is likely going to be a dud.
At one time, Uber could have expected a spectacular coming out party.
By first letting Lyft beat it out of the gate, and now ZOOM and Pinterest, investors are going to focus on what’s wrong with Uber – and not what’s right with its global business.
Here’s how Lyft, Zoom, and Pinterest are going to affect Uber’s IPO and what you should do about it…
It’s all good in the Three Bears’ house (bonds, stocks, and commodities), at least according to Goldilocks.
That’s because what’s “just right” is the bond market.
The highflying bond market pushes stocks higher and keeps commodities from being too hot or too cold.
But the bond market can’t carry the weight of the world forever.
Eventually, or suddenly, yields will start rising, maybe from inflation, maybe from central banks “normalizing” yield curves, or maybe frighteningly quickly from bond vigilantes selling them down.
And when rates rise, stocks are going to take the brunt of the bloodletting.
… Here’s why bonds have been hot, why they’re cooling down, and what will happen to stocks when investors’ love affair with bonds ends
Okay, now that you know what leveraged loans are and how big the market is, because you
, you’re going to want to know the truth about how dangerous they are. read my last article
And, of course, you’re going to want to know how the pros are playing the market, and how you can make your own money when the next rumble turns into an earthquake.
… So, keep reading, because that’s what I’m telling you next
Leveraged loans, very much like subprime mortgages, aren’t a problem, until they become one.
We’re not there yet with leveraged loans, which are above-market interest loans made to companies with less than investment-grade credit ratings, but warning signs in the distance are intensifying.
Here’s what’s going on that you can’t see, why this huge pile of debt is a problem, what could happen, and how you can profit from what’s coming…