Dissecting the S&P 500 Index Returns or lack thereof for Q1 2020
This article is an update on the Netflix Trade entered on July 26, 2019
Updated March18,2019 Where will S&P500 end the year? Wall street analysts have the answers for you.
Where will S&\P500 end the year? Wall street analysts have the answers for you.
Markets are trading on sentiments, and sentiments can become more bearish if we breach these important levels in the US Markets
Dissecting the S&P 500 Index Returns or lack thereof for 2018
How have interest rates performed since 2008?
Home builders carnage in 2018. These stocks are in a bear market. Is this an opportunity or should we stay away.
It was lottery fever in America and the recent Mega Million lottery jackpot grew to almost $1.6 billion. Its the largest jackpot in the lottery’s history. The winning numbers were drawn yesterday, and the winner is from North Carolina. We may not know who the winner is since North Carolina’s law allows lottery winners to stay anonymous. The number $1.6 billion may sound a lot (and it is), after all this person(s), will be 1477th richest in the world according to Forbes ranking.
On October 19, 2018 our Gold ETF options expired out of the money and as a result we lost our premium which was our maximum loss on the trade. We entered the trade on August 6, 2018 and chose October as our expiration month. When we entered the trade, GLD was trading around $114 and today is it around $116. Even though the price of GLD is above its price on August 6th, it is not high enough to be profitable.
On September 15, 2008 investment bank Lehman Brothers announced bankruptcy. This event was the largest bankruptcy in US history and pushed the world economies in deep recessions. Today is the 10 year anniversary of this event. We wanted to reflect back on this event and see how the markets have performed since the bankruptcy in 2008. It was a tough time for investors and many panicked and sold their stock holdings.
Turkey Currency crisis The emerging markets are spiraled into chaos and crisis and leading the way is Turkey. The country has been tackling one crisis after another. In 2016 the there was an attempt of military coup which was put down by the people of Turkey. Since then the current president of Turkey Erdogan has consolidated his hold at the top. He has purged many opponents and the recent elections has emboldened his hold at the top.
Is this the worst decline for Facebook? How can we profit from this?