Timothy Collins has worked as a financial adviser since 1999, focusing on portfolio customization, with a concentration on correlation arbitrage and risk-managed growth. He started Collins Capital Advisors in 2007, which has evolved into TangleTrade Management, LLC. Currently, he operates Retro Wall Street, a site focused on education, trader mentoring and humor. You'll find him spending his days in the Retro Wall Street chat room.
Prior to joining his first firm, American Express Financial Advisors, in 1999, Collins worked as a staff accountant for United Information Systems in Bethesda, Md. He has also worked as a financial analyst for Securities Pricing and Research in Annapolis, Md. Collins is a graduate of McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College), with degrees in business administration, economics and sociology and is a winner of the Bates Prize.
The simple fact is earnings season does not like the stock.
I don't see the appeal in chasing names that are missing or guiding lower in the current market environment.
Same-store sales in China increased 1% during the most recent quarter.
MU has been left for dead by analysts since late summer.
After the close on Wednesday, TAL Education Group reported earnings per share of $0.24 that handily beat estimates of $0.08.
There's no upside to fighting Amazon, Alphabet, and Microsoft as cloud providers.
XLNX reports tonight, and I believe that sets us up with two potential plays, both in the form of bullish put spreads.
There's a lot of runway left to adjust guidance numbers moving forward.
Volatility appears to be the most attractive play during the early portion of earnings season.
The impact of raising subscription prices on net subscribers adds over the next six months is a huge unknown.
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