Chart Advisor: Mild Rebound
A Twist on Risk Reversals
Chipmaker Analog Devices announced plans to buy rival Maxim Integrated Products for $21 billion on Monday, and they just know they’re going to be friends forever.
This Healthcare Provider Is Ready for the Future
The Daily Biotech Pulse: July 14, 2020
Blueprint, Roche Ink $1.7B Cancer Drug Collaboration, INmune’s Positive Alzheimer’s Readout, Edwards, Abbott Settle Patent Lawsuits, and more!
TSLA and SPX
Excess Returns: Is the Price/Book Ratio Dead?
The rise on intangible assets and other factors have led many to question whether the price/book ratio has value any more.
Expectations Diverge for Economic Recovery in The US and China
China’s ability to contain COVID-19 boosts longer-term confidence. Last week, we saw increases in both the Chinese and US stock markets.
June ETF Flows: Searching for a Signal
Morning Insights: July 14, 2020
July 14, 2020
Technical Analysis Heading into Tuesday’s Open: July 14, 2020
Securities Lending Report: 7/6/20 – 7/10/20
Closing Bell (July 14, 2020)
VIX (VX) Daily MACD Trying to Positively Cross
Chart Advisor: The Big Thud
The Great Outdoors
Hard to Fight This Fever
Gold: A Prescription for 1970’s Inflation?
Weekly Market Recap: July 13, 2020
Economic Update: July 13, 2020
1Q20 real GDP fell 5.0% q/q at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, marking the start of a sharp recession. Last week, data continued to rebound off of April lows, with the ISM non-manufacturing PMI reentering expansionary territory at healthy 57.1 in June, driven by double-digit gains in production, new orders and employment.
The price of oil got knocked down to a record low earlier this year, but some investors reckon the slippery elixir’s price is about to get right back up again.
What’s on Tap Weekly Calendar: July 13 – 17, 2020
Monday July 13th – Economic Calendar: 2:00 PM EST Monthly Budget Statement for June. Earnings Calendar: …
From ‘Mission Impossible’ To Profitability In 2021, WeWork Chairman Shares Positive Results Despite Pandemic
The chairman of WeWork, Marcelo Claure, said that the co-working space company was on the verge of being profitable in 2021 after carrying out extensive cost-cutting measures.