Month: February 2021

Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Lowe’s (LOW) – The home improvement retailer reported quarterly profit of $1.33 per share, 12 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also came in above analysts’ forecasts. Same-store sales jumped 28.1%, compared to the 22% predicted by analysts surveyed by FactSet. Lowe’s shares
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When it comes to SPAC (blank-check company) stocks, it’s been the ones merging with electric-vehicle companies that have garnered the most attention. But don’t count out those pursuing targets in other industries, such as Foley Trasimene Acquisition II (NYSE:BFT) stock. Source: Sulastri Sulastri / Shutterstock.com This SPAC’s sponsor, Bill Foley, may not have the clout
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: GameStop (GME) – GameStop remains on watch after another Reddit-fueled surge Wednesday in the video game retailer’s shares, as well as other so-called “Reddit stocks” like BlackBerry (BB), AMC Entertainment (AMC) and Koss Corp. (KOSS). GameStop surged 55.8% premarket, while AMC rose 12.9%,
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Pavlo Gonchar | LightRocket | Getty Images Robinhood fired back at Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman Charlie Munger, who earlier this week said the free-trading app was having a “regrettable” impact on investors. The longtime business partner of Warren Buffett on Wednesday addressed the running controversy over Robinhood and similar applications, noting dangers from the allure
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In today’s episode of hungry for returns we are going to talk about technical analysis vs fundamental analysis. I’m going to show you the differences between them, their pros and cons, as well as which one is better for trading stocks, in my opinion. #technicalanalysis #fundamentalanalysis #tradingstocks #trading #typesoftrading Posted at: https://tradersfly.com/blog/technical-vs-fundamental-hfr-14/ 🔥 GET MY
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