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Dutch Masters/Founder Carnivore Trading talks about his top stock picks right now including off the grid Meridian Biosciences (VIVO) and Resources Connection (RGP) plus software giant Atlassian (TEAM) and cyber security firm Fortinet (FTNT). Dutch explains what he likes about these stocks and has some advice on how to survive a bear market.
NFLX might be the king of streaming but competitors DIS, PARA, AAPL and HBO Max parent WBD are giving Netflix a run for their money with improving and expanding streaming content. Hatem Dhiab/Gerber Kawasaki Wealth & Investment Mgmt and Tyler Ellegard/Investment Analyst, Gradient Financial join Nicole Petallides to look at who stands the best chance to knock Netflix off the streaming stock throne.
Trade more ETFs and fewer individual equities, nearly every ETF is less volatile then any of its individual components, says Rob Fleming. He discusses how markets are mixed following Monday's lower close. He also talks about how Thursday's PCE data will impact the Fed's tightening plans, as well as the outlook for the current bear market rally. He then goes over economic reports to watch this week, in addition to how investors should address the current market environment. Tune in to find out more.
The stock market today closed mixed following a choppy session. "Energy, healthcare, and utility sectors saw strength today. The VIX or the Fear Index came down some, which can give some confidence to the bullish traders. Investors are anticipating upcoming economic reports," says Kevin Green. "We may be looking at a bear bounce in the market. It's irresponsible to call a bottom with all of the data that will be released," Scott Durfey adds.
Nike (NKE) earnings report indicated $0.90 in EPS and $12.2B, beating the estimates. Even with the strong numbers, the NKE stock price is trading lower in the after-hours session. "This is a balanced report as the expectations are already low for Nike (NKE). There is a 3% decline in earnings. The NKE shares are down almost 33% year-to-date. They company has more inventory control," says George Tsilis.
The wireless industry has been growing by leaps and bounds for decades but with the ongoing 5G rollout, there are numerous telecom opportunities for your portfolio. Jeff Kagan, Telecom and Wireless Analyst, and Columnist at RCI Wireless.com and Kevin Green, Senior Derivatives Manager, Charles Schwab discuss the potential with Nicole Petallides.
Once the dust settles in central finance/lending of digital assets we think that Bitcoin (/BTC) will resume its move higher, says Louis LaValle. He discusses the outlook for bitcoin after the major sell-off it's been seeing. He talks about companies dealing with the sell-off including Coinbase (COIN), MicroStrategy (MSTR), Marathon Digital (MARA), and Riot Blockchain (RIOT). He then goes over expectations for bitcoin's price in 2022, comparing bitcoin and ethereal futures (/ETH). Tune in to find out more.
Stocks are still very oversold, says Andrew Aarons. He assesses the markets amid recent strength. He also covers why markets may have already bottomed. He then goes over his stock picks which include Meta Platforms (META) and Apple (AAPL). He talks about why these are good stocks to invest in, as well as how the overall tech sector is performing. Tune in to find out more.
Time is running out for cash burning companies kept afloat by easy access to capital, says David Trainer. He discusses companies facing cash burn problems. He also talks about “zombie” stocks in danger of going bankrupt highlighting Snap (SNAP) and Sweetgreen (SG). He then covers why Peloton (PTON) could trade to $0. He then goes over how companies that have products that are easily re-creatable are in danger. Tune in to find out more.
Investors don't have to live through crippling losses with proper risk mitigation strategies, says Brad Roth. He discusses how markets mixed in a choppy trading session, as well as takeaways from recent market strength. He also talks about how to invest around periods of volatility. He then goes over how the technology sector is a good place to look, but to stay away from some of the unprofitable tech. Tune in to find out more.
The recent rally is nothing more than a bear bounce, says. Eddie Ghabour. He assesses the recent market rally. He talks about how if the Fed raises rates aggressive again in July it's going to add fuel to the fire of a struggling economy. He then goes over bear market investment strategies. Tune in to find out more.
Meta has a great franchise and can monetize “social commerce,” says Michael Robinson. He and Doug Astrop discuss how META is down over 50% this year. They also talk about when META's focus on the metaverse could pay off for the stock. They then go over why META could be a winner for long-term investors. Tune in to find out more.
Beware the bear rally… again, says Kevin Gordon. He talks about how the markets are muted following last week's big rally. He discusses how the full extent of earnings weakness has not been priced in and reinforces that we are firmly in a bear market. He then goes over the reasons why we are in another bear market rally, as well as how the Fed will react to this week's data. He finally talks about the outlook for the financial sector. Tune in to find out more.
If economic data slows, then inflationary pressures will hopefully ease, says John Petrides. He discusses near-term outlook for the markets, as well as investing strategies to consider amid inflationary pressures. He also talks about the consumer sentiment report for June 2022 which was released Friday, June 24th. He then goes over expectations for the upcoming earnings season, highlighting movement in the U.S. dollar (/DX). Additionally, he talks about his sector watch which is energy. Tune in to find out more.
New car dealers and used car dealers big and small are seeing record profits, says Brian Brown. He discusses the state of automotive sales. He talks about CarMax's (KMX) earnings which were released today, June 24th. He talks about what these earnings mean for the state of auto dealerships. Tune in to find out more.
Piedmont Lithium (PLL) is a producer of lithium hydroxide. CEO, Keith Phillips, gives an overview of the company. He discusses how car manufacturers, like Tesla (TSLA) require lithium as part of every E.V. battery. He talks about how PLL is developing an integrated lithium business in the U.S. and how rising costs due to inflation is effecting the company. He then goes over the importance of mining lithium in the U.S. Tune in to find out more.
Wolfspeed (WOLF) offers silicon carbide technology and production. George Tsilis discusses WOLF as it is up 17.8% this week and Goldman Sachs upgraded the company to buy from neutral. He also talks about KE Holdings (BEKE) which is a China-based holding company engaged in housing transactions and related services. He then goes over how BEKE mainly conducts its business in the domestic market. He mentions how HSBC recently upgraded BEKE to buy from hold. Tune in to find out more.
One of the reasons that home prices accelerated so much in the last two years is that there was a lack of inventory, says Derek Izuel. He discusses the outlook for the housing market. He talks about new home sales for May 2022 which were up to 696K versus an estimated 588K. He then goes over reasons for concern in the housing market. Tune in to find out more.
Rising interest rates have caused equity valuations to decline moderately, says Austin Graff. He discusses TrueShares Low Volatility Equity Income ETF (DIVZ). He talks about how DIVZ is only down 1% this year and some of its top stock holdings include UNH, JNJ, XOM, ABBV, and DVN. He then forecasts for a potential recession and notes what to expect from the markets in the second half of the year. Tune in to find out more.
Historically, real assets and tips are some of the best hedges, says Andrew Rosen. He discusses the best hedges against inflation. He talks about how owning precious metals, real estate, and commodities can give a good hedge. He highlights gold (/GC) and the Select Sector SPDR Trust Energy ETF (XLE). Tune in to find out more.
Inflation is the most important variable in figuring out the economic road ahead, says Mike Bailey. He discusses how inflation is impacting investment outlook. He talks about how inflation, the Fed, and earnings will drive market in the near-term. He then goes over expectations for earnings. Finally, he talks about his stock picks which include Danaher (DHR), Estee Lauder (EL), and Nextera Energy (NEE). Tune in to find out more.
Improving business trends are anticipated to persist as FedEx (FDX) remains focused on revenue management, says an Oppenheimer analyst. Scott Schneeberger breaks down FDX's earnings. He talks about how its 4Q operating income came in at $1.92B. He also compares FDX to UPS Inc. (UPS). He then goes over how FDX's margins are improving and the company. Did guide that it expects all margins are evolved. Tune in to find out more.
Nike Inc. (NKE) is to report its earnings Monday, June 27th. David Swartz previews NKE's earnings report, as Morningstar has a $133 fair value on NKE. He discusses how supply chain issues impacted NKE last quarter. He also talks about what to watch for in the NKE earnings, as well as the outlook for NKE. Tune in to find out more.
Tesla (TSLA) ranks well on environmental factors, but has faced discrimination and poor working condition allegations, says William Burckart. He discusses trends in ESG investing. He talks about why TSLA ranks lower than you may think in ESG ratings, as well as PepsiCo's (PEP) ESG plans. He then goes over the importance of diversity in ESG planning, noting how interconnected the world is and therefore there is not just one easy solution to clean energy. Tune in to find out more.
Only 31 U.S. stocks are hitting 52-week highs, and just 11 are hitting all-time highs. Caleb Silver discusses how investors are handling the current market environment. He talks about how markets are higher today as the indices are on pace to finish the week positive. He also goes over market volatility in 2022, as well as the top searches on Investopedia which include “recession risks” and recession-proof industries,” hinting that investors are worried. Tune in to find out more.
It's important to know the difference between international natural gas versus U.S. natural gas (/NG), says Adam Rozencwajg. He monitors recent trends in energy, highlighting movement in crude oil (/CL), and noting that natural gas is much cheaper in the U.S. than it is internationally. He discusses opportunities in clean energy investing. He goes over how we need heavy-duty clean energy more than wind and solar. He talks about how he thinks nuclear energy will be the next big push. Tune in to find out more.
Sunrun (RUN) and Kilroy Realty (KRC), and Umicore (UMICY) are Peter Krull's stock picks. RUN is a solar panel stop that has been hammered with the rest of the stocks in that sector, however Krull says that RUN offers leasing options that make dollar panels available to a lot more people. He also talks about how KRC is a REIT that takes sustainability seriously and they've been carbon neutral since 2020. Finally, he goes over UMICY which is a multinational materials technology company that is leading the charge in clean energy, but also a circular economy. Tune in to find out more.
Consumer sentiment data will be released tomorrow at 10am EST. Bob Iaccino previews this data, as well as discusses the takeaways from today's trading activity. He talks about significance of elevated volatility index. He then goes over finding opportunities in today's markets, highlighting Walmart (WMT). Tune in to find out more.
The markets are holding onto gains heading into the final hour of trading. Ahmed Riesgo discusses S&P 500 sector leaders which include utilities and health care. He also talks about impact of rising inflation on market performance, as well as the recent volatility in the market. He then goes over what crypto weakness means for portfolio allocation strategies, underlining movement and volatility in bitcoin (/BTC). Finally, he mentions portfolio weighting strategies in a bear market. Tune in to find out more.
Some of the largest companies by size include Apple (AAPL), Microsoft (MSFT), and Alphabet (GOOGL). Catherine Yoshimoto discusses what to know about the Russell reconstitution. She examines the shake-up among the largest five companies in the Russell Indexes. She also talks about how energy and consumer discretionary are among the biggest movers up from Russell 2000 Index. She then goes over trends in value versus growth investing. Tune in to find out more.
Consider something that is guaranteed that will allow the retiree or someone who's worried about volatility, says Reid Abedeen. He discusses how to manage retirement in a volatile market. He talks about the keys to managing retirement in a volatile market which include managing risk, taxation, and income planning. He then goes over what to know about bear markets and long-term investing. Tune in to find out more.
The PMI number shows that the economy is starting to slow, says Frances Newton Stacy. She discusses key levels to watch in the markets. She forecasts how aggressive the Fed will hike. She also talks about if markets have found a bottom, as well as the impact of higher rates on the economy. Tune in to find out more.
Recession is a hot buzz word and spooking investors, but it's part of the natural cycle, says Tony Zabiegala. He discusses the market outlook with decade-high inflation. He also talks about when to deploy cash into markets, highlighting Cameco Corp (CCJ). He then goes over his stock picks which include CCJ and Generac (GNRC). Tune in to find out more about these stocks.
Rates and oil are falling together. Ben Emons discusses trends to watch in the energy market, highlighting movement in crude oil (/CL). He also talks about how the proposed gas tax holiday is impacting energy markets. He looks at the refinery gasoline sales. He then assesses the demand for oil and gasoline. Tune in to find out more.
The picture with new claims for unemployment benefits remains remarkably stable, says Mark Hamrick. He discusses the major takeaways from the jobless claims for the week of June 18th. He talks about how the job market isn't showing signs of recession and stagflation. He also goes over how the labor market will impact the Fed's rate hike plans. Tune in to find out more.
Evidence is rapidly supporting that inflation has peaked, says Jim Paulsen. He discusses how markets are higher as current rally continues, as well as reasons why inflation may have peaked. He also talks about why the Fed might be forced to slow its tightening campaign. He then goes over the chances that the economy avoids a recession, highlighting movement in crude oil (/CL). Finally, he mentions the outlook for the stock market over the rest of 2022. Tune in to find out more.
The inflation problem is now broader and more challenging than it initially appeared, says Cheryl Smith. She discusses how futures are higher following Wednesday's losses. She examines potential recession risks noting that climate and sustainability challenges must be addressed. She also talks about how the investor is shifting to companies that have more stable earnings. Tune in to find out more.
Visa (V) has a poor score due to weaker revenue growth and negative analyst sentiments. David Barse examines the GraniteShares XOUT U.S. Large Cap ETF (XOUT). He talks about notable XOUTs which include V, Coca-Cola (KO), Verizon (VZ), and AT&T (T). He then goes over XOUT's performance in a down market, as well as how XOUT identifies companies to eliminate from investments. He also mentions why Amazon (AMZN) is trending towards being “X'd Out.” Tune in to find out more.
Rising interest rates are generally a benefit to the financial sector, says Louise Goudy Willmering. She discusses how markets higher for second straight day. She talks about her sector picks which include consumer staples, financials, and health care. She also goes over movement in big bank stocks BAC, C, JPM, GS, WFC. She then underlines how the market is concerned that earnings estimates might come in lower than anticipated. Tune in to find out more.
The 33rd Annual State of Logistics Report noted that business inventories dropped to near historic lows. Michael Zimmerman examines supply chains and global logistics. He discusses how the global supply chain has changed due to the pandemic, as well as the best positioned parts of the global supply chain. He also talks about how a recession would impact logistics highlighting transport stocks ODFL, UPS, FDX, JBHT, and CHRW. Tune in to find out more.
The Fed is between a rock and a hard place, says Anthony Saccaro. He discusses how the market is reacting to the Fed. He talks about how the Fed appears to have opted for lowering inflation over a recession. He then goes over what a recession would mean for investors, as well as investment strategies for young people. He also establishes the importance of dividends in investing, in addition to the role of cash in your portfolio. Tune in to find out more.
The Elon Musk deal has clearly caused chaos at Twitter (TWTR) and resulted in overhang of Tesla's (TSLA) stock since April, says Dan Ives. He discusses the latest on Elon Musk's TWTR takeover bid. He talks about how Musk's bid has weighed on TSLA stock. He also goes over how TSLA plans to reduce salaried workforce by about 10% and to add hourly staff. Finally, he mentions the outlook for big tech stocks following recent sell-offs, highlighting Apple (AAPL). Tune in to find out more.
Friday is the Russell 2000 Index rebalance; we will have a massive volume trading day, says Jonathan Corpina. He discusses how markets are higher following Tuesday's relief rally, even though we continue to see volatility in the markets. He also talks about how the Russell 2000 rebalance will impact the markets, as well as headwinds impacting the market in the near term. He then goes over what to listen for as Jerome Powell testifies before congress. Tune in to find out more.
Despite all the bullish fundamentals, headlines can change quickly, says Carly Garner. She discusses energies, metals, and grains. She talks about rising gas prices and what will ultimately be the fix for them. She goes in depth on movement in natural gas futures (/NG), gold futures (/GC), copper futures (/HG), and wheat futures (/ZW). Tune in to find out more about these markets.
You're seeing slowing everywhere except jobs, literally everywhere expect jobs, says Bob Iaccino. He discusses how the Fed is going to raise rates 75 BPS and how that is going to effect employment rates. He talks about how jobs are generally doing well but we could see that start to decline. He also goes over currencies highlights the US dollar futures (/DX), as well as Japanese Yen futures (/6J). Tune in to find out more.
"Jerome Powell's comments about a CBDC were compelling. Alternative coins are seeing a bid which could signify that investors are taking advantage of oversold conditions," says Ben McMillan. "Inflation is putting a strain on all risk assets. These are unprecedented times as bitcoin has never gone through a bear market. Price and fundamentals are two different stories," adds Chris Matta.
"The stock market will see roller coaster moves as it has not found a bottom yet. A potential recession is looming. I'm a believer that you should stay in cash right now. The Nasdaq has lost one third of its value. Investors should be focused long-term. Always buy low, but buy slow. If I wouldn't own the company, I would not be investing in the stock," says Angela Sloan.
We've learned that the Fed is behind the curve, says Daniel Dolan. He discusses the takeaways from last week's Fed rate hike. He also assesses the state of the U.S. credit market, as markets are rallying following last week's declines. He then identifies potential areas of opportunity in the market. Tune in to find out more.
"A vertical stock market means that there is an imbalance between the buyers and sellers. Investors have been on a bear trend off of January highs all the way to the downside. What's odd is that the VIX or the fear index declining in this bear market. Option volume is at it's highest level," says Tom Alexander. Next, he weighs in on crude oil and currencies like the Japanese Yen.
ZIM Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM) stock price today was up over 3% and it peaked in March of 2022. The company operates a fleet and network of shipping lines. It offers cargo transportation services on global trade routes. "The company has paid a significant dividend of around $22 per share in the last few quarters," says George Tsilis. How does ZIM compare to SBLK, KEX, and MATX?
What is the significance of user privacy within big technology companies? "Majority of consumers place safeguarding personal data with business requesting it. 4 in 5 consumers believe there is a lack of transparency in how business utilize their personal information. 67% of consumers are willing to sacrifice convenience to keep their data locked down. Over 90% of Americans are willing to use security measures when gaining access to organizations," says Carey O'Connor Kolaja.