Ask an investment advisor what her top challenges are and besides expected responses such as "getting the best ROI", "making money for my clients when market is not going up and up", you'll commonly hear things like "managing client expectations", "managing information flow" and "staying in touch with clients to just the right degree ". Looking closely, these are not small issues to deal with. Setting and managing expectations is something every investment advisor
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD) has been a constant subject of study for tech industry watchers. There are more than 500 stocks in the still burgeoning technology sector. Many if not most of these stocks have given good returns over the last year or so. And AMD has doubled as well. But its price band of $6 to $15 is no where near its hey days value when the stock used to play
GPRO:NASDAQ I have been following this particular stock for the last month, and notice that the long-term trend could be about to reverse. As everybody know, this is obviously the kind of stock that requires a lot of attention and has some risk given its industry, but on a trading basis and based on the high volume that we have witnessed in the last sessions the risk to reward looks
Shares of Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) gained $2.62 or 2.65%, despite Friday's market selloff, to close at $98.41 on solid volume. The stock has recovered nicely in the last few sessions since the recent low of 88.50 made in late August and has provided several meaningful signs of strength, by bouncing of its trendline support area around the 200EMA and then breaking above the 50EMA. (more…)
This is a guest post by António Costa, acclaimed trader and the popular author of AC Investor Blog Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) after a big price and volume surge in mid-July, has gone sideways and consolidated in a rectangle pattern in the 5.85-6.32 trading range. On Friday, the stock finally broke the top line of the trading range on decent volume and I expect more upside pressure in the coming days.
This is a guest post by António Costa, acclaimed trader and the popular author of AC Investor Blog Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) the current price consolidation appears to be forming an Ascending Triangle pattern which is a bullish continuation pattern. This bullish formation is characterized by a series of higher lows but the same highs. If the stock closes above the 35.70 level on volume, the measured target of this pattern