You can't lip service electric vehicles anymore, as Exxon's board moves indicate.
Will the bond market hold here or has the Fed already started working behind the scenes supporting it?
The most critical factor in long-term trading market success is the ability to effectively navigate market corrections.
There's potential to turn Verizon from a stable telecom into a "growthy" type name.
One biotech has inked a supply deal related to a COVID-19 vaccine that could greatly increase its revenue stream.
It's all on Real Money right now.
Jim Cramer: There's No Stopping the Electric Gold Rush
The premier oil company ever since John D. Rockefeller created it, Exxon Mobil (XOM) - Get Report , announced that it is adding Jeffrey Ubben, a brilliant investor, to its board, in order to put a powerful voice in the room to make Exxon more carbon free, writes Jim Cramer.
This is monumental and, more important, it says that Exxon knows that its gasoline days are numbered.
Maleeha Bengali: Are Bonds Truly a Hedge for an Equity Portfolio?
As March starts in earnest, people are sitting down trying to decide how to allocate their assets going forward. Seeing their 60/40 (stocks/bonds) crater over the last few weeks, perhaps there is a rude awakening.
It seems soon the Fed will need to be the buyer of last resort. They cannot afford a loss of control in the U.S. bond market, explains Maleeha Bengali.
Rev Shark: Navigating a Market Correction
Market corrections are inevitable and present the most significant challenge that traders and investors will face.
Many will hold onto positions and even add to them with the belief that the market will recover and bail them out once again. But eventually comes a day when the market doesn't cooperate and they will sell in dismay as they can no longer stand the pain, says James "Rev Shark" DePorre.
Stephen Guilfoyle: Verizon - The Risk Is to the Upside
With the enormous popularity of gaming names, there is potential to turn Verizon (VZ) - Get Report from a stable telecom into a "growthy" type name. The potential is the "Verizon Media Group", notes Stephen Guilfoyle.
Bret Jensen: Biotech Isn't Seeing Much Merger Activity, but Here's a Stock to Like
Jensen used last week's market selloff to add to some core biotech holdings in his portfolio via covered call orders, including this significant play in the COVID-19 space.
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