October 18, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

I have a sort of like-hate relationship with Twitter as a product and with the company. While I find the product an efficient way to organize and consume news, I find it to be one …

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October 17, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Shares of Workday (WDAY), the cloud-based enterprise solutions company got drilled yesterday, closing down 13% following guidance at their analyst day the caused analysts and investors to rethink what they are willing to pay for …

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October 16, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Netflix (NFLX) will report its Q3 results tonight after the close. The options market is implying about a $29 move or about 10% in either direction tomorrow, which is rich to the average one day …

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October 15, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Over the last nearly 2 years since the start of trade tensions between the U.S. and China equity investors have been a tad manic. They have had a tendency to place too much emphasis on …

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October 14, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Regular readers know that I have been routinely bearish on the prospects for bank stocks in the current interest rate and economic environment (read here, here and here). In my commentary on CNBC, I am …

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October 8, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Back on Sept 6th, (One More Thing) I made a near-term bullish case for shares of AAPL when the stock was trading  $213.50 suggesting the technical set up looked positive, and the narrative around trade …

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October 7, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

Last week Costco (COST) reported fiscal Q4 results that were essentially in line with expectations, but the stock’s initial response was muted as it was up 42% on the year into the print, and trading …

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October 4, 2019 by Dan • Trade Ideas

The U.S. stock market had a whippy week, at its lows Thursday morning it was down 4% from last Friday’s close on a confluence of events, most notably weak services data and the growing chaos …

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