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Overbought or Oversold? Let These Mathematical Signals Be Your Guide

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Posted by Frank Holmes - US Global Investors

on Monday, 23 July 2018 11:34

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just the facts, ma'am dragnet TV series sgt. joe friday

Anticipate before you participate in the market. This is a classic piece of advice I like to give investors and have written about extensively in my CEO blog, Frank Talk. Financial markets are influenced by relatively predictable cycles and trading patterns, and by better understanding these we are able to react thoughtfully to headline noise or unexpected market developments.

How many of you remember the old police procedural Dragnet? In it, Sgt. Joe Friday famously uses the line “Just the facts, ma’am.” I’ve always felt this nuts-and-bolts attitude relates perfectly to how our investments team makes its decisions on where to allocate capital. Follow the models, look at the math—and leave emotions at the door.

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It's Hard To Find Problems With Microsoft's Q4 Earnings: The Street Weighs In

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Posted by Ezra Shwarzbaum

on Friday, 20 July 2018 11:43

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Microsoft Corporation MSFT 2.53% reported fourth-quarter earnings Thursday. EPS came in at $1.14 versus analysts’ $1.08 consensus estimate. Sales for the quarter also beat the street’s estimate of $29.22 billion by about $900,000. Microsoft’s earnings were “what a big wow really looks like,”.... CLICK for the complete article



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Macquarie Downgrades Twitter, Says Valuation 'Will Likely Limit Upside'

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Posted by Hannah Genig

on Wednesday, 18 July 2018 11:21

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User trends, limited catalysts and valuation concerns triggered a downgrade of Twitter, Inc. by Macquarie on Wednesday. A point of concern are Twitter's usage trends, which have and will not increase rapidly.... CLICK for the complete article



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Netflix: Not A Buy On The Dip

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Posted by SeekingAlpha

on Tuesday, 17 July 2018 11:26

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Netflix (NFLX) plunged in after-hours trade after the company's growth in membership numbers failed to meet its forecast for the first time in five quarters. Netflix shares fell 14% to US$344 in after-hours trade, the steepest drop in nearly four years if the stock plunged on the same trajectory during market hours. While the company has a first-mover advantage and owns a dominant market share in the online video streaming business, competitive pressures are starting to intensify.... CLICK for the complete article



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WWE's Stock Is On Fire

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Posted by Jayson Derrick

on Monday, 16 July 2018 11:47

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Investors assuming that Netflix, Inc's more than 100 percent gain in 2018 makes it the top performing streaming video outlet are wrong as shares of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. are up more than 150 percent.... CLICK for the complete article



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