Day: October 3, 2019

China
Donald Trump
Economic Trends
Economy
IPO
Mutual Funds
Tariffs
Trade War
US Economy

Forget Recession Fears – Jim Cramer Says Now’s The Time To Look For Stocks To Buy

The outlook may be getting increasingly darker, but Cramer says now is the right time to start looking for stocks on sale.

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Amazon
IPO
Netflix
Stock Picks

Why Mark Cuban Owns “Close To A Billion Dollars” In This Stock

Billionaire shark Mark Cuban has placed a large bet on this big-name stock.

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Beer
Beverages

The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (SAM) Buy Target $377.54 Sell Target $403.17

Trade Setup Buy Target – $377.54 Sell Target – $403.17 The Boston Beer Company, Inc. produces and sells alcohol beverages primarily in the United States. The company’s flagship beer is Samuel Adams Boston Lager. It offers various beers, hard ciders, and hard seltzers under the Samuel Adams, Twisted Tea, Angry Orchard Hard Cider, and Truly […]

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Airlines
Apple
Daily Rundown
Economic Trends
Economy
Electric Vehicles
Federal Reserve
Gambling
Gaming
Tariffs
Tech Stocks
US Economy

“The Doom And Gloom In The Manufacturing Sector” Is Beginning To Infect The Broader Economy

Plus, the market is pricing in an 80% chance of another interest rate cut this month, the U.S. is imposing tariffs on Europe, and Tesla missed its Q3 delivery figures.

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Food Products
One Hot Stock
TradersPro Alerts

JBS S.A. (JBSAY) Buy Target $15.60 or better

Trade Setup Buy Target $15.60 or better Sell Target – TradersPro Sell Signal JBS S.A., a food company, processes and trades in animal protein worldwide. It offers beef, pork, chicken, and lamb products and by-products; food products; pet food and concentrates; and bresaola. The company also produces and commercializes steel cans, plastic resins, soap bases […]

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Consumer Staples
Defensive Stocks
Fibonacci Retracement
Fundamental Analysis
InvestivDaily
Risk
Tariffs
Technical Analysis
Value Investing

TSN might be too expensive to be a good defensive investment

When markets become volatile, it usually means that investors are becoming increasingly uncertain and nervous. Uncertainty can come from all kinds of different things – concerns about inflation, wage growth, central bank monetary policy, earnings trends, and geopolitical events. For most of the last three months, most of the uncertainty in the market has revolved […]

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