Well, I see the top of the hill looking down, guess we see what GDP we got and earnings. So far, earnings haven't been bad, so I doubt GDP can be much worse, which would mean my prediction was incorrect.
I figured interest rate increases will have a negative impact. However, I don't believe that is the real issue. I think inflation just signals to the market stuff is expensive so sales therefore should decrease. Q2 earnings will definitely be an eye-opener. Coming off a year where we had record sales. Well..what goes up must come down.
I think everything is getting beaten down by the Fed, so we will probably see another drop out of FB once another hike is announced. FB seems weak because user attrition is due to no new ideas. Entry target around 170 with a target to fill the gap in 1-2 years. I think Marketplace and people who've been on for years are the only things keeping this thing afloat....
AT&t was always going to sell off after this merger. However, the debt restructuring might get a positive push towards the long side. I think we at least recover half the gap before possibly exploring the low 20's again.
Share buybacks help decrease float and push the price up. However, this is Starbucks we are talking about. The share price is too low; there is too much liquidity in the market for the price to dip like this more than 5%. I am long!
This is an optimistic idea in the short term based on the selling that took place once the merger was announced. I think the deal will alleviate selling pressure once finalized cause individuals will realize that even with a dividend reduction it is still a great opportunity to buy a cheap stock and collect 4% with possible upside to 35-40 dollar stock.
I think SPY is ready to fly after Russia and Ukraine are over with. Peace talks haven't worked, but I don't see this war going longer than six months with the amount of pushback Russia has already received. Cutting off oil I am not sure how the long US could keep that up, but I feel like we could do it for years and Russia probably knows that.
I think this Russian news is a distraction for investors and has caused a lot of things to oversell. I think this puts pressure on the Fed to not increase rates when we might be going to war. I think they won't touch rates until they know there will be peace. I think Russia takes Ukraine and things go back to the status quo with us cutting Russia out of things.
ADMA is hovering around the 50 retracements with a lot of sell orders on the books probably from people trying to get out at 1.90. Buy orders look good though in the face of this massive sell-off. This is was after news dropped that analysts saw the price between 6 and 11 dollars. Although ADMA has been struggling to turn a profit most of these reasons have been...