Home prices are still strong, but the strength behind those prices (AKA the volume) is on the wane.
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OK, look. I can play the hero now and then. Or at least be a stalwart example in the face of adversity. But this is starting to get annoying.
Monday was a bad day. I stood fast in the face of it. Every morsel of cash lost on Monday can tumbling back on Tuesday. Huzzah.
Wednesday started off nice and red. Nothing dramatic, but red nonetheless. And yet the market rallied, going into turbocharge mode when they interpreted the (meaningless) Fed minutes to state that the Fed will inch up rates a mere 1.5% more and then be done with it. So stock traders gobbled up the ostensibly good news.(more…)
Well, shoot, I was wishing this would be Splunk, but it’s Snowflake instead. What a dog!(more…)
One of the few interesting earnings reports this afternoon is going to be Splunk (SPLK), against which I have some September 16th $120 puts.(more…)
The banking giant Wells Fargo hasn’t been on my radar for eons, but when I saw this headline……..
I obviously wanted to check it out – – because a Cramer recommendation is pretty much money in the bank.(more…)