May 25, 2017 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Prior to Crude Oil’s 4% decline today following news that OPEC would extend production cuts for nine months, the chart looked poised for a breakout, resembling a head and shoulders bottom, with $55 serving as …

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May 24, 2017 by Dan • Big Printin'

This morning Credit Suisse upgraded their view of the U.S Steel sector in a 70-page report. This comes 4 months after downgrading the sector. In case you missed it, U.S. Steel (X) in particular has …

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May 24, 2017 by Dan • Trade Ideas

In case you missed it, the assumed bad Hewlett, HP Inc (HPQ), the one that was the slow growth legacy hardware business that CEO Meg Whitman split out from in Q4 2015 to form and …

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May 24, 2017 by Dan • Morning Word

Yesterday we took a look Under the Hood of the performance by sector in the S&P 500 (SPX) and frankly, the crowding in a handful of stocks of near monopolistic companies, strength in utilities and consumer staples, and …

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May 23, 2017 by Dan • Trade Ideas

After massively outperforming the Nasdaq in 2016 (up 35% vs up 7%), the semiconductor space (via the etf SMH) is doing it again in 2017 (up 18% vs 14%) despite any participation by the second largest …

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May 23, 2017 by Dan • Morning Word

On last night’s Fast Money on CNBC we opened the program with a discussion of whether or not investors looking to put fresh money to work in the stock market should stick with winning sectors …

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May 22, 2017 by Dan • Big Printin'

Shares of Blackberry (BBRY) are up 9.4% as I write, up a whopping 63% on the year. No they did not come up with an iPhone killer, they actually don’t make smartphone hardware anymore, for …

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May 22, 2017 by Dan • Morning Word

Out with the old, in with the new. This morning Ford’s (F) board fired their CEO of three years and replaced him with their head of the autonomous driving unit, per Bloomberg: The top headline is …

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May 19, 2017 by Dan • Trade Ideas

On Wednesday Target (TGT) beat Q1 consensus eps estimates due in large part to better than expected same store sales comps (-1.3% vs estimates of -3.7%). In the earnings release, CEO Brian Cornell laid out the …

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