Tesla is one of the most actively traded stocks in the market. It’s one of the most expensive by various measures. Is it overvalued?
The SPDR Industrial ETF (XLI) set a new all-time closing high on Friday, while the SPDR Technology ETF (XLK) slid for a third straight week. The divergence follows a new trend of investors shifting toward value stocks that can withstand higher interest rates. They’re also looking for companies that can benefit from faster gross domestic product.
First, the change can be explained by higher interest rates and higher commodity prices. This is stoking demand for “cyclical” companies like industrials and financials that benefit from more gross domestic product. Many of these companies struggled before the crisis and are now being rediscovered for the first time in years.
In December, Market Insights noted how money was shifting away from large, well-known companies to smaller and less-known companies.
Alphabet (GOOGL) made the biggest splash, spiking more than 12 percent to new record highs. The search giant benefited from a stay-at-home boom in online advertising. But a lot more is going on.
Netflix and Intel reported strong results this week as earnings season marches toward the major tech stocks.
The DJ Automobile Manufacturers Index ($DJUSAU) has gained 88 percent in the last three months. That’s the biggest gain of more than 150 industry indexes on the TradeStation platform. The Auto Part Index ($DJUSAP) was the second-best performer, up 78 percent. In contrast, the broader S&P 500 has risen 12 percent in the same period.
Airbnb and DoorDash are breaking out as investors shrug at old tech names like Facebook.
The U.S. dollar has been sliding for months, potentially creating a different kind of market in 2021.
ABNB and DASH are looking to raise $6.2 billion — more than double the total for the entire month last year. Including other deals like Roblox and ContextLogic, the IPO market is on pace for the busiest December ever.