Sunday Edition

  • 25 Jun
    Sunday Edition: This Could Be Your Next 10-Bagger

    Sunday Edition: This Could Be Your Next 10-Bagger

    If you’re like me, you’ve looked at more than a few charts and wished you had invested when a stock was coming off a bottom and was on its way up rather than looking for clues that tell you if there’s another buying opportunity on the horizon so that you can get in on the uptrend too.

    Lucky for us, there are ways to spot a bottom. And once you do spot one, it only takes the courage of your convictions to buy in even with sentiment at its worst.

    This week, I believe I have spotted a bottom in Teekay Corporation (NYSE: TK). More →

  • 18 Jun
    Sunday Edition: Dark Skies Ahead? This Bearish Signal Spells Trouble For One Tech Stock

    Sunday Edition: Dark Skies Ahead? This Bearish Signal Spells Trouble For One Tech Stock

    Last week I wrote about a bearish pattern on China’s Google, Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU). At the end of that article, I made mention that when one market leader starts to turn bearish, others may soon follow.

    Sure enough, last Friday, the technology sector experienced a sell-off that extended its losses on Monday and sent some big names—Netflix to name one—into near-correction territory.

    It’s not clear what started the sell-off, and it remains to be seen if it was all just a short-term correction or a sign of something more ominous from the group of stocks that has been at the heart of Wall Street’s bull run in equities in the last several months.

    One stock in particular that I want to discuss today is Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA). More →

  • 11 Jun
    Sunday Edition: Don’t Buy China’s Google Just Yet

    Sunday Edition: Don’t Buy China’s Google Just Yet

    It never fails to make me laugh a bit to myself when I see excitement over a bunch of zeros. Remember Dow 20,000 earlier this year? Or Amazon hitting $1,000 a share last week?

    This week it was Google’s parent company, Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL), soaring to trade at $1,006 by late Monday morning which helped push the market cap of the world’s second largest company to $688 billion.

    What’s remarkable in my mind is that the demand is still there, even despite all those zeros of the four-digit stock price, as such a high price on an individual stock should make the company look unaffordable to smaller investors.

    As that $1,000 price tag is too steep for me, I decided to take a look at China’s answer to Google, Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU). More →

  • 04 Jun
    Sunday Edition: Why Now Is The Wrong Time To Get In On This Chinese Growth Story

    Sunday Edition: Why Now Is The Wrong Time To Get In On This Chinese Growth Story

    Over the last few weeks we’ve discussed several technical patterns that can tell you when a stock may be beginning a new uptrend, so today I wanted to talk about a pattern that can help you spot the beginning of a new downtrend.

    The stock we’re looking at today is Momo, Inc. (NYSE: MOMO). More →

  • 28 May
    Sunday Edition: What Happens In Vegas

    Sunday Edition: What Happens In Vegas

    In most minds, this weekend marks the beginning of summer.

    The temperatures are rising, flowers have bloomed, outdoor grilling increasingly seems like the only reasonable option for cooking your dinner, and many of us are itching to travel to somewhere where we can sit by a pool and sip on a cool beverage for a few days.

    Admittedly, I’d rather grill a burger than hang out by the pool. However, thinking about my travel plans for this summer got me thinking about stocks related to one of the destinations I may very well travel to in the coming months. More →

    By Kristina Keene Investiv Daily Sunday Edition
  • 21 May
    Sunday Edition: How The Other News This Week Makes For A Possible Buying Opportunity

    Sunday Edition: How The Other News This Week Makes For A Possible Buying Opportunity

    There was a story this week that was largely overshadowed by all the noise in Washington.

    An unprecedented cyber attack, the WannaCry ransomware attack, began infecting tens of thousands of computers all over the world on Friday, May 12.

    By Monday morning, there were reports that the attack had hit targets like Britain’s National Health Service, the Russian Interior Ministry, FedEx, French carmaker Renault, and Spanish telecommunications firm Telefónica. More →

  • 14 May
    Sunday Edition: Why I’m Excited About The New Coach

    Sunday Edition: Why I’m Excited About The New Coach

    Coach (NYSE: COH) isn’t the brand I remember from a few years ago.

    The Coach I remember sold boring handbags that felt overpriced even when they were on sale at my local department store or outlet mall. I rarely gave them a second look.

    If I told my 22 year old self that I’d now even, gasp, buy and regularly carry a Coach handbag, I think she’d be shocked and confused. But as a self-professed “fashion girl,” the Coach I have been seeing for the last couple of years has had me excited. More →

  • 07 May
    Sunday Edition: When AMD’s Chart Was A Crystal Ball

    Sunday Edition: When AMD’s Chart Was A Crystal Ball

    A few weeks ago I wrote an article for our sister publication Direction Alerts about a technical pattern I had spotted on semiconductor company AMD.

    What I had found at the time was a head and shoulders formation that I determined would see the stock price falling and giving investors an opportunity to buy this growth stock at a discount. More →

  • 30 Apr
    Sunday Edition: When Buying Luxury Isn’t So Illogical

    Sunday Edition: When Buying Luxury Isn’t So Illogical

    Sven wrote an interesting article a couple of weeks ago on Ferrari (NYSE: RACE), and how investing in it is dangerous as doing so is investing purely in sentiment. If you didn’t have a chance to read it at the time, you’ll find the article here.

    I agree wholeheartedly with Sven on Ferrari. The brand is synonymous with exclusivity, and when a brand’s market is meant to remain small—Ferrari produces only about 8,000 vehicles per year—it’s hard to imagine how the company intends to grow sales, and if sales and revenue won’t grow significantly over time, I have to wonder what the real point is in investing in the company.

    Not only that, but the instant sentiment for the company changes or the market begins to decline, Ferrari’s stock price will undoubtedly fall significantly and any gains made will be wiped out.

    However, I also believe that there are ways to invest in luxury that do make sense. More →

  • 23 Apr
    Sunday Edition: What Ever Happened To 3D Printing?

    Sunday Edition: What Ever Happened To 3D Printing?

    Have you ever read about or seen a new technology in action and thought to yourself “I’ve arrived in the future”?

    With the explosive rate at which technology has been moving in this century alone, I imagine the answer is a resounding “yes!”

    A few years ago, much of the hype about the future today was focused on 3D printers. Personal 3D printers were suddenly on the market for $1,000, and then $500, and then $300, and buyers of these printers imagined themselves not only designing and developing products of their own, but also printing and replacing broken parts, all in the comfort of their own homes. More →

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