Hello traders and MarketClub members everywhere today is a big day for Apple as the world's most valuable company is officially joining the DOW after the close of business today. Leaving the Dow is poor old AT&T. They are getting booted out in favor of Apple.
Hello traders and MarketClub members everywhere! There's no question about it, yesterday was a tough day for most investors as almost every stock was in the red at the end of the trading day.
One of the many things I love about MarketClub is our valued member community and their contribution to the club and other members.
Yesterday, one of our members pointed to a stock that I hadn't seen and asked me to check it out. As soon as I looked at this particular stock I realized this was a great buying opportunity and one I wanted to share with you in today's video. Not only did this stock have all the Trade Triangles lined up and pointing higher, it also had a knockout chart formation pointing to higher levels. I want to give a big thank you to Paul, who brought this stock to my attention.
You are going to have to watch the video to find out which stock is a screaming buy. It will be well worth your time as this is the only stock that I am focusing on today.
Check out the video right now, you’ll be glad you did.
Hello traders and MarketClub members everywhere! Here we are, starting a shortened trading week before the big Thanksgiving holiday here in the US.
For most of us, Thanksgiving conjures up pictures of family and lots of food, sitting around a table sharing good times. And yes, perhaps eating too much at times. With that thought in mind, I decided to search for three healthy food stocks that would not add inches to your waistline or overpower you with processed food.
In the last several years, there has been a big movement into eating fresh and healthier food and knowing where the food is coming from. No where is this more prevalent than with the millennials and the aging baby boomer population here in the US.
It's hard to go into a supermarket or food store now and not see people actually reading the labels for perhaps the first time and not buying into the advertising myth for that particular product. I view this as a very positive sign, particularly for retailers who get that the consumer wants a better and healthier alternative to all the processed food that's out there.
So let's get started and look at the three stocks I'm going to be examining in today's video. The first stock I will be looking at is Whole Foods Market Inc. (NASDAQ:WFM), which is currently trading around $48 a share. The next stock is The Fresh Market Inc. (NASDAQ:TFM), which is trading around the $39 level. The last stock on my shopping list is Sprouts Farmers Market Inc. (NASDAQ:SFM), which closed last Friday around $32.
In today's short video, I'll be examining all three companies and showing you my projections for each of these three stocks. I will also be pinpointing a level that could make one of these stocks skyrocket.
As always, I welcome your comments and feedback below this post, so please feel free to share with me what you think of these three stocks or the market in general.
Every success with MarketClub, Adam Hewison
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It was one year ago to the day that Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) had its IPO on the NYSE. The reason Twitter went with the NYSE was because of the recent fiasco that Facebook experienced with its own IPO on the NASDAQ. Twitter did not want to repeat Facebook's disastrous roll out with all its negative publicity.
For those of you who don't know what Twitter does, it is an online social communications and networking service that enables users to send and read short 140-character messages called "tweets".
On November 7th, 2013, Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) shares opened for trading at $26 and closed out the day at $44.90 which gave the company a valuation of $31 billion. This made instant billionaires of founders, Evan Williams who made $2.56 billion and Jack Dorsey who received $1.05 billion.
But it got even better because at the end of December 2013, Twitter had a market capitalization of $32.76 billion. Since those heady days in November and December of last year, things haven't gone quite so well for Twitter. For the year, Twitter is down over 34% and down almost 10% from its IPO closing price.
At the moment, this stock is not having a particularly happy birthday as all technical indicators are pointing south and show that the stock could go even lower from where we are now.
One area that could be very interesting for Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) is an integration trend I see between tweets and TV/cable shows. That would be a big source of revenue for Twitter. Other areas such as social revolutions or crowd disruptions certainly are powerful, but I'm not sure how Twitter can make any money off of social unrest, which we are seeing more and more of these days. After all, who wants to sponsor a unpopular revolution?
While Twitter has been around since 2006 and has grown substantially since that time, the question must be asked, is this going to be a relevant source of social information in five or ten years from now? Or is something else in development that can make tweets and Twitter a thing of the past?
The overriding trend at the moment is negative. How far this trend continues on the downside remains to be seen, but it would not appear as though anyone is rushing in to buy this stock at the moment.
In recognition of Twitter's birthday/one year anniversary, I decided to put together a quick poll to get your feedback on just what you think about Twitter.
Looking forward to seeing what you have to say and how you feel about the stock.
Every success with MarketClub, Adam Hewison