The gold market is seeing “an influx of non-gold specific investors,” which increases volatility, says one precious metal expert.
The space “from a small community of space enthusiasts to leadership by seasoned execs”, says Chad Anderson, managing partner at Space Capital.
As Apple inches closer to a $2 trillion market-cap valuation, BofA analysts just downgraded the stock to Neutral noting “risks should not be ignored.”
The rising trend of government interventions to rescue the economy leads to lower productivity and economic growth — meaning the “the pie is getting smaller and smaller,” warns Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
“It is time to return to our roots and break up” big tech to “oxygenate the marketplace,” says NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway.
Apple ‘s (AAPL) “massive home-run type quarter” is a drumroll for whats to come from the iPhone maker, says Wedbush analyst Dan Ives. “To me this was really a massive blowout quarter,” Ives told Yahoo Finance’s The First Trade.
The economy is “leveling off,” following the worst drop in GDP on record amid the pandemic, says Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz.
With large cap technology stocks outperforming during the pandemic, one strategist warns “tech has been looking for an excuse to sell off.”
Tesla valuation is “mind-boggling” — and hard to justify even in the most “bullish/imaginative scenarios”, say Bernstein analysts.
The upcoming stimulus policy expected out of Washington in the coming weeks “is absolutely critical to the condition of the US economy,” says RSM chief economist Joe Brusuelas.
“The IPO market is a bit broken,” says Duncan Davidson, co-founder of Bullpen Capital, a Silicon Valley investment firm.
The space race is “a battle which no one can afford to lose”, Andrew Chanin, CEO of ProcureAM, the issuer of Procure Space ETF (UFO).
Millennial investors, listen up. “Tech isn’t the only game in town. We don’t always just have to play in tech,” says Michael Antonelli, market strategist at Baird PWM.
Tesla shares will be a must-watch stock when the electric vehicle maker reports earnings this Wednesday after the market close.
The markets face two big risks amid the COVID-19 pandemic, says Tom Essaye, founder of the Sevens Report Research.
The tech and work-from-home stocks which have rallied hard amid the pandemic are too expensive, says one strategist.
Tesla’s biggest bull predicts the electric vehicle maker’s stock to reach $2,322, prompting founder and CEO Elon Musk to tweet “Wow” to the new Street-high price target.
The Nasdaq is like "a train that is moving faster than any train we've ever seen before,” says one veteran strategist.
Gap’s new partnership with Kanye West’s YEEZY brand could infuse “hype and publicity” into the struggling clothing retailer, but it may not be enough to woo new customers long term, say BofA analysts.
Shares of Nikola are “starting to look attractive for long-term investors” says JPMorgan analyst Paul Coster, upgrading the stock to Overweight from Neutral.
In a bull case, Tesla shares could surge as high as $2070, says Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas — though his official call is still bearish with a target of $740.
Latina designer Diana Osario is stuck in her Bushwick, Brooklyn apartment, unable to travel selling her handmade dresses at festivals and apparel shows.