Shopify Investors Probably Believe in Unicorns, Too

Shopify is a cloud-based commerce platform founded in 2004 and headquartered in Canada. Its market cap is approaching $50 billion, even though the company is not yet profitable. We know from history that profits determine a business’ success in the long-term. In the short run, however, investors’ emotions is what makes a stock rise or…

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EssilorLuxottica To Lose a Third in Elliott Wave Drop

EssilorLuxottica came into existence in October 2018 after the French Essilor acquired the Italian Luxottica in a $24 billion deal. The merger resulted in the world’s largest eyewear company with a market cap of roughly 60 billion euro. Listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange, EssilorLuxottica is part of the French CAC 40 and the…

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Linamar ‘s 2020 is Shaping up to be a Great Year

Founded in 1966, Linamar Corp. is the second-largest automobile parts manufacturer in Canada. The stock is listed in Toronto and had an exceptionally strong run between 2009 and 2015. In a little over six years, the share price rose from as low as C$2 to as high as C$89.42. That’s 88.4% compounded annually. Unfortunately for…

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Time for BMW Stock Bulls to Hit the Brakes Again?

It’s been almost five years since BMW stock hit an all-time high of 123.75 euro a share. Five years for investors to wonder why they didn’t sell earlier. As of this writing, the stock trades near 75.40, down 39% from the March 2015 record. On the bright side, the stock trades near 75.40, up 29.9%…

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2020 to Bring Long-Awaited Relief to Freeport Investors

It’s been a rough couple of years for U.S.-based copper miner Freeport-McMoran. The stock reached $20.25 a share in the first month of 2018. Now, in the last month of 2019, FCX is hovering around $12.10. Despite the significant recovery from as low as $8.43 in October, the stock is still down 40% since January…

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Clorox Stock Can Lose 25% if a Recession Hits in 2020

As a consumer products manufacturer Clorox is one of the so-called “defensive” companies, whose sales are generally not dependent on the state of the economy. However, this doesn’t mean Clorox stock cannot fall during a general market decline or a recession. For instance, it lost 57% in the 1999-2000 rout and over 34% during the…

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Ubiquiti Can Dive in a 50% Elliott Wave Correction

Headquartered in New York, Ubiquiti Inc. is a communication equipment manufacturer with a market cap of ~$13 billion. The stock is up 85% since its late-August low and is now trading in the vicinity of $200 a share. Understandably, such sharp and fast rallies easily attract people’s attention. Extrapolation of the past into the future…

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Disney Stock Forming a Major Elliott Wave Top

The last time we wrote about Disney stock was on April 17th. The company had just announced its own streaming service, sending the price sharply higher to over $130 a share. The interesting part was not the surge itself, but the fact that the Elliott Wave principle managed to prepare us for it a year…

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Bristol-Myers Stock Pattern Triggers a 37% Surge

Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene are expected to merge into a single company before the end of the year. The deal will create the fifth largest pharmaceutical company in the world with sales of approximately $42 billion in 2019. Bristol-Myers fell sharply after the deal was announced in early-January. In late-April, the stock was still in…

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Home Capital: Third Wave Lifts Stock 140% in 2019

Home Capital Group is up 17.4% in Toronto today following the company’s third quarter financial report. The mortgage lender beat analysts’ earnings expectations and delivered improvements in other areas, too. In total, HCG is up ~140% in 2019. But things didn’t look so rosy at the beginning of the year. The stock was hovering in…

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Walgreens: Did the Market Foresee that KKR Offer?

Anyone who’s been in Elliott Wave analysis long enough has noticed how often some external factor “makes the price move” in the direction the analysis had identified much earlier. We’ve seen it happening in crypto, we’ve seen in happening in stock indices. Now, it happened with Walgreens stock. Walgreens jumped on November 5th after CNBC…

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SERV Stock Gave a Warning Before Crashing 40%

The last three weeks have been tough on ServiceMaster shareholders. SERV stock was hovering around $56 a share as October went into its final third. But when the company announced its preliminary Q3 results on October 22nd, all hell broke loose. Apparently, Wall Street didn’t like what it saw, which resulted in a swift and…

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Expedia Disappointed. Elliott Wave Analysis Did Not

Expedia stock is down 25% today after the company’s Q3 results missed expectations. GAAP EPS fell 57 cents short of analysts’ estimates. The revenue figure was anticipated to be $10 million higher than reported, as well. On top of that, Expedia cut its full-year guidance which annoyed Wall Street even more. That is the official…

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SEIC Stock Can Lose Half its Value in a Recession

SEI Investments provides investment management, processing and platforms for private banks, institutional investors and investment advisors and managers. With a market cap of roughly $9.4 billion, the company is in the mid-cap category, which is generally thought to offer some of the best growth potential opportunities. But is SEIC stock a good choice around $62…

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DexCom ‘s Wall Street Darling Status is in Danger

In previous articles, we’ve discussed numerous stocks, which brought their investors great returns in the past decade. Today’s material will focus on one that beats them all. DexCom – a medical device company, headquartered in San Diego, California. In November 2008, during the throes of the Financial Crisis, DXCM stock plunged to as low as…

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