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I mentioned cinemas repeatedly as short candidates well before COVID hit the scene. It's almost like the theaters knew what was going to happen before it did.Cinemark Holdings (NYSE:CNK)Cinemark HoldingsImax (NYSE:IMAX)ImaxAMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE:AMC)AMC Entertainment Holdings

The FAANG stocks, including Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL), had all been leading beneficiaries of the bull market in stocks. The risk-off conditions that have gripped markets across all asset classes have caused many investors and traders to

Few sectors have been as disastrous as marijuana, which the likes of James Altucher were touting as The Next Big Thing. These charts were from the weekend; they don't even capture the additional carnage.Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB)Aurora CannabisCronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON)Cronos GroupSundial

With more countries closing their borders and restricting movement the impact on the aviation industry will be unprecedented, worse than 9/11. The same industry which helped spread the virus is also being hit the hardest by Covid-19. Over the weekend, President

This is the question that everyone wants to know. Why? So they can "buy the bottom." For that reason alone, I would suggest the current "bear market" is not over yet. Historically speaking, at the bottom of bear market cycles,

The S&P 500 dropped 600 points in December 2018 and now March 2020, the drop was 900 points. The two-year currency price cycle applies to stock indices and all market prices. The key is two years. The current March 900

Just before I underwent surgery at the end of the first week of February, I began to pen an article regarding the potential bearish set up in iShares Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) as a follow up to bearish analysis I

In yesterday's analysis, we wrote that the outlook for the precious metals sector remained bearish, and we wrote that if you've been wondering which parts of the precious metals sector are likely to decline the most, we would still choose

Will the markets go up or down from here? That is by far the most frequent question I'm getting right now. By phone, by email, via online comments

This week, over the span of just 24 hours, we saw a rate cut-driven market rally of nearly 1,170 points plummet down 900 points. The market moved back and forth a total of 3,253 points in just the first three days

Asian markets closed uniformly in the red this morning and now European markets are following in the same direction. With so much uncertainty about the global spread of the coronavirus and the fact that its spread in Europe and the

Investors have stopped backing riskier assets once again as they lost their optimistic side regarding the coordinated action of central banks around the globe. This is despite the fact that the Dow Jones scored more than 1000 points yesterday and

U.S. stocks are in for a soft open following yesterday's huge rally after global travel restrictions grow. The disruption in travel and trade is intensifying and global equities will likely struggle to keep the fiscal and monetary stimulus rally going