Gold might be making a comeback, after being re-buried underground for a while.
Out of all of the tickers presented, FXI is the most “attractive” with new recent highs and elevated volumes in recent weeks. It really has to make new highs for this me to think this is no longer stuck in the dirt, but it is worth watching.
I wanted to present long time frame charts, with weekly bars, no commentary, aside from price and volume. Energy related stocks continue to reach new highs. While trading volumes are not above average in recent weeks, this slow-mo rise is accompanied by a steady rise in price averages. Worth a look.
Here I present 3 life science/pharma tickers with decent price action.
Up close, at least “close” for me, on a 30 day time scale, things look messy, particularly for CELG and a little bit less so for GILD but I wanted to show with longer time frames, you can see things either “smooth” out or look less dicey on the long side for a…
Emerging markets, as hinted at by EEM and FXI (China), weekly bars, looks promising. The recent trading volumes in FXI, and the price action, indicate we could be in for some major moves up.
Suggested risk is about $1.5 per share in EEM and $1.8 per share in FXI. It might sound too “wide” a stop for some traders with a time frame…
The problem with wearables is that usually people stop wearing them. According to one recent report, one-third of users of activity-tracking wearables, like the Fitbit and the Jawbone, toss their devices aside after just six months.
To overcome this, a small cadre of companies has been furiously working to develop smaller, sleeker, more discreet devices that monitor health and wellness—in the form of temporary tattoos, band-aids, and ingestible pills.
That said, it was painful to listen to this call, and I am not surprised that we have been criticized for it.
New predictive analytics are making Moneyball look obsolete.
At a workshop during the GigaOm Structure conference, Hensberger shared his next-level data crunching and the academic paper his team prepared for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. His team modeled MLB data to show with 74.5% accuracy what a pitcher is going to throw—and when.
Known affectionately by their reassuringly familiar chime, the city’s historic trams have graced our frenetic thoroughfares since 1904. As they celebrate their 110th anniversary, the trams have remained as relevant as ever through constant modernisation, at the same time keeping fares affordable for all.By SCMP’s Sarene Chan