The weather on Wall Street can make your head spin but now we have a succinct forecast. Also, 16 cheap stocks to consider buying, and the rotation of growth and value stocks. And while Home Depot's execution is excellent, they have issues. Then there are market players who do a poor job selling shares, but ultimately that will determine their level of success.
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Jim Cramer: Let's the Check the Weather on Wall Street
Right now, at this point, he explains, there are enough cross currents to make you think that the wind blows both ways at the same time. That's how you get these days that go higher and that's how you get days that start dramatically lower and then levitate higher, like Tuesday, where the wind switches direction and the headwinds morph into tailwinds.
Price: What's Still Worth Buying? A Lot
Here are 16 names to consider -- and one that's really a crafty one, writes Paul Price. After a stunning six-month run of about 33% on the Russell 2000 index and 22% from the S&P 500 ETF (SPY) - Get Report , many folks fear they've already missed the chance to own cheap stocks.
Without doubt, few stocks are as cheap as they were six months earlier, Price says. Especially notable is that smaller-cap companies turned the table on their larger brethren since the third week of September. That trend accelerated this month, pushing formerly ignored and out-of-favor issues into a clear lead.
Bengali: Growth Over Value Rotation Unwind - Has It Moved a Bit Too Soon Too Fast?
Being long Growth/Momentum over short Value stocks has been one of the best relative value trades for the past five years or so, points out Maleeha Bengali. But last Monday, everything changed with Pfizer's (PFE) - Get Report news that its vaccine was more than 90% effective.
Guilfoyle: Home Depot to Investors - We're Going to Be Aggressive
There is no doubt that Home Depot (HD) - Get Report is executing at an outstanding level, explains Stephen Guilfoyle. Their just released third-quarter earnings showed just that. But why is the stock trading lower? The answer is threefold.
Rev Shark: The Art and Psychology of Selling Stocks
Market participants tend to be pretty good at buying and holding but they do a lousy job of selling. It isn't difficult to understand why there isn't much focus on selling, says James "Rev Shark" DePorre. Finding and holding good stocks is the fun part of investing. Few people want to think about how they need to sell their poor picks and give up on a longer-term winner. Ultimately, it is the hard or unpleasant tasks that will determine success more than anything else, adds Rev Shark.
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