What is the investor to make of the all the headlines?
Jim Cramer: Don't Bet Against Comebacks
Just like you have to know how to read a room, you have to know how to read a tape, and this tape screams "I'm not done yet," writes Jim Cramer. If stocks could talk, Cramer explains, you might actually hear them say something like that, because, as he says, we are in one of the greatest second chance markets he's ever seen.
Here's how to view stocks right now.
Helene Meisler: Speculation Is So Yesterday
Boring big-cap stocks are where it's at, writes technical analyst Helene Meisler. What's not hot? These wild special purpose acquisition companies -- or SPACs -- electric vehicles and other previous movers.
Here Meisler pulls out the charts to break down the market's moves.
Rev Shark: A Good Loser Is a Good Trader
Losing in sports is never admired. But in other endeavors, like trading, it is extremely important to admit when you are in a poor position and are unlikely to prevail, says Real Money columnist James "Rev Shark" DePorre.
Here's why DePorre believes admitting a position is a loser is a smart strategy.
Peter Tchir: Inflation Won't Pass Us By
Real Money Pro columnist Peter Tchir isn't one to pick fights with the likes of Fed Chair Jerome Powell. But Tchir counters the Fed's argument that inflation is transitory and easily contained, listing off what would trigger higher prices -- or even just the fear of higher costs.
See how Tchir views inflation and rates.
Tom Graff: Thou Shalt Not Discuss Easing
The Federal Reserve said last week that it's not even discussing tapering back on quantitative easing. Indeed, on the surface, the Fed's weekly meeting appeared to end with all as status quo. But underneath, it's a different story -- one that could affect yields in the longer run.
Here's Graff's take on what's happening behind the scenes.
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