- ExchangeNASDAQ Stock Market
- SectorTechnology Hardware & Equipment
- CountryUnited States
Bulls Still In Driver's Seat, But For How Long? Continued encouraging COVID-19 news and accommodative moves by the Fed have allowed the bulls to remain in control while short-term support on the S&P 500 held near 2,450. While the bulls remain in control in the short-term, we continue to believe the broad equity market is not yet out of the woods and remains vulnerable -- particularly as Wall Street sentiment has flipped bullish. Â· Sector Relative Strength Rankings & Weighting Recommendations. On Monday, all the areas most-negatively affected by COVID-19 (airlines, cruise ships, etc....
The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is Fear Itself This powerful quote from FDR can be applied to many facets of life. When it comes to the market, fear can lead investors to buy when it is time to sell, sell when it is time to buy, or freeze up altogether. Step one in conquering this issue starts with preparation and a gameplan. In our report from last Thursday (3/12) titled â€œSearching For A Bottomâ€ we laid out our gameplan and what we need to see before having confidence that equity markets are bottoming. Below we provide new data points and observations. Yes, equities remain deeply oversold...
Key Points: â€¢ A number of Consumer Cyclical names continue to reflect leadership. (ex. SBUX, RRGB, MCD, PZZA, and ROST.) â€¢ The Financial Sector has a number of attractive names developing major bases and staging RS reversals. (ex. SIVB, STT, AXP, SPGI, CME, GS, and JEF) â€¢ The Technology Sector has a number of technically attractive constituents. (ex. AMD, OLED, MPWR, CRUS, BR, FIS, VRSN, SAIC, LDOS, AAOI, BELFB, FARO, STX, and AAPL) .
Bullish Outlook Intact Amid rising Middle East tensions, investors have moved to safe-havens including Treasuries and gold, all while having a muted effect on the US equity market. At this point in time, the rising tensions have done virtually no damage to the bullish trends and indicators that continue to dominate the market. We remain bullish. â€¢ 10-Year Treasury. The 10-year yield has fallen to logical support at the uptrend or 1.75%, a level we expect to hold. A breakdown would raise concerns of a deeper pullback for US equities... see chart below. â€¢ Gold Testing Key Resistance. Gold...
Rating Action: Moody's assigns Aa1 rating to Apple's new senior notes. Global Credit Research- 01 Feb 2021. New York, February 01, 2021-- Moody's Investors Service assigned Aa1 ratings to Apple Inc.' s proposed senior notes with various maturities up to 2061. The company will use the proceeds from the notes offering for general corporate purposes.
Global TMT headlines: AAPL (Reduce) Event Tomorrow - What do we expect? What matters to our thesis? Europe 5G alert: Italian auction begins, O2D (Reduce) target cut. Iliad (Neutral): Paying up for spectrum in Italy. ATUS (Buy) Commercial Launch of FTTH Service.
The independent financial analyst theScreener just lowered the general evaluation of APPLE (US), active in the Computer Hardware industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title still shows 1 out of 4 possible stars. Its market behaviour, however, has slightly deteriorated and will be qualified as risky moving forward. theScreener considers that these new qualifications justify an overall rating downgrade to Slightly Negative. As of the analysis date March 19, 2021, the closing price was USD 119.99 and its target price was estimated at USD 102.42.