Facebook Shares Rise to 7-Month High, Ignoring ‘Regulation Overhang’
Fears about potential government regulation of social-media companies isn’t holding back Facebook Inc. shares, which are on track to close at the highest in more than seven months.
The stock gained as much as 3.4 percent on Tuesday after bullish comments from Deutsche Bank about Facebook’s move into e-commerce via Instagram. Instagram’s so-called checkout service could generate as much as $10 billion in revenue by 2021, analyst Lloyd Walmsley wrote in a research note.
The ‘smart money’ is buying only five of 11 popular tech stocks — and selling one
The stock market has had nearly a straight-up move since Christmas Eve. Technology stocks have been especially strong.
After the big move, here is the key question for technology investors: “Should you buy, add, sell, trim or even short-sell specific tech stocks now?”
Smart money flows — those from professional investors — are very positive in only two popular tech stocks: Alibaba BABA, -1.11% and Facebook FB, +0.55%
World stocks rally to six-month highs on U.S.-China trade optimism
LONDON (Reuters) – World stocks rallied to six-month highs on Wednesday as investors cheered signs of progress in U.S.-China trade talks and reassuring economic data, helping push Germany’s 10-year bond yield back up to zero percent.
Signs of progress in U.S.-China trade talks and decent factory activity data from China and the United States in recent days has lifted investor sentiment and taken the edge off world recession fears.
Today’s video is a snippet from a live coaching session during market hours.
One of the most common challenges for active traders comes from game planning into trading.
How do you know the “right time” to trade your game plan? If you have ten stocks, which are the best opportunity today? Or right now?
How do you know the right trade expectation? Do you trade for cash flow or do you build a position for a longer trade?
For some context… EVERY decision I make starts with order flow. I need an answer to the question “Is smart money active in my stocks” And is it obvious?
Then I move onto “Is there room to go?” Is there still money on the table with a high probability to earn a profit? Here I look for Saturation Points.
Watch as I move from decision to decision and exactly what I am looking for before I place a trade. One important thing to note — these ideas work for day trades and swing traders, the only difference is the time frame on the charts.
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