Jim Cramer: There's Plenty Going Up Away From FAAANG
"The rap is a simple one: you can't have these stocks lead the market. It's absurd and they have too much market cap when compared to the market capitalization of whole countries. Now I admit it does feel strained to have such a limited number of stocks going higher. But this time I do beg to differ," Cramer writes.
Technical Indicators Hold the Keys to Successful Market Navigation
Real Money Pro columnist Robert Lang notes that "The stock market has been challenging and difficult to navigate of late. A story here, a tweet there can shift any gained momentum into reverse. The drops and pops are often disguised as misdirection, and just when we think there is some potential follow-through on a big day, all of a sudden the markets lose it. It's maddening!"
"Let me tell you," Lang continues, "while technical analysis is not a silver bullet, it certainly provides strong clues and evidence to help one wade through the waters and not get bit by an unseen shark. However, it does take some good understanding, constant learning (repetition), belief in behavioral patterns and identification. But if you're willing to learn, you just might give yourself a chance to stay in the game."
Three Super Momentum Stocks and How to Play Them
"One of the most common mistakes that traders make is underestimating the power of momentum. Strong stocks tend to go much higher than we tend to think is reasonable. We figure this stock has gone up almost 300% in a month, so it is reasonable for it to pull back and rest. Rather than chase it we should just wait for a better entry," according to Real Money columnist James DePorre.
"I've discussed three such super momentum stocks quite a bit recently. The one thing they all have in common is that they are recent China-based IPOs. iQIYI (IQ) is often referred to as the Netflix (NFLX) of China. Both HUYA (HUYA) and Bilibili (BILI) are involved in online gaming," says DePorre.
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