Bryn Talkington
Bryn Talkington on Halftime Report on CNBC 13/05/2022 at 09:29pm


The Nasdaq has been very oversold. Today, the smallcap techs are especially ripping. All tech still has so far to run. But sentiment in the short term at least has shifted. We'll see if the intraday rally holds by the close. This won't be a quick bounce like Dec. 2018 and March 2020, but rather a paradigm shift with a slower grind going forward. Be patient. But don't pivot out of growth and into free cash-flow companies.
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Rob Sechan, Managing Partner, New Edge Capital
Rob Sechan, Managing Partner, New Edge Capital on Halftime Report on CNBC 13/05/2022 at 09:25pm


Today is a bear market bounce today and won't sustain, but at some point a rally will sustain. Lockheed Martin and Abbvie, for instance, we are doing well, because they are good companies. You must stay invested int his market, but buy quality names like these. It depends on the Russian war and China's lockdowns. Today isn't the bottom. Hold a little more cash than usual to deploy during opportunities.
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Shannon Saccocia, CIO, Boston Private
Shannon Saccocia, CIO, Boston Private on Halftime Report on CNBC 13/05/2022 at 09:24pm


Is an innovative pharma company. Life sciences companies are getting more interest from investors.
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Pete Najarian
Pete Najarian on Halftime Report on CNBC 13/05/2022 at 09:23pm


energy outlook He holds 30% energy including green and oil, and continues to add to it. Crude oil prices will pause here and there which is normal, but will continue to climb.
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with Alan Tong

After the close

With Allan Tong

13/05/2022 at 08:54pm

Markets rally to cap a wild week

Hot inflation fed volatilty this week, pressuring the American and Canadian indices down between 2.2-2.5% and even pushing Bitcoin to lows below $30,000, but Friday saw a strong bounce. On Friday, the S&P closed 2.39%, the Nasdaq 3.82%, the Dow 1.47% and the TSX 2.03%.

On both sides of the border, tech led the rally with Apple climbing 3.19%, Meta/Facebook 3.86%, Amazon 5.2%, Adobe 3.86%, AMD 8.77% and Beyond Meat soaring 24.28%. The unpredictable Elon Musk tweeted concerns over the number of Twitter’s fake accounts which threw into doubt his purchase of the troubled platform, though some interpret it as a bargaining ploy. Twitter shares slid nearly 10%. Meanwhile, the U.S. 10-year yield inched up to 2.93% while Bitcoin snapped back 5% to $30,000 during the session.

WTI and WCS crude jumped 4% to $110 and nearly $97 respectively on news that the lockdown in China could be easing. Consumer staples, energy, tech and real estate led gains, though there was green right across the board. The TSX nearly returned to 21,000. Major movers were Manulife up 3%, Cenovus by 4.42% and Baytex at 5%, but tech saw the biggest moves. Lightspeed soared 31.31%, Dye & Durham 14.36%, Blackberry 13.02% and Shopify 12.43%.

🍎 Apple (AAPL-Q) +3.19%
🕵️‍♂️ Meta Platforms Inc / Facebook (FB-Q) +3.86%
📦 (AMZN-Q) +5.2%
💾 Adobe Systems (ADBE-Q) +3.86%
💾 Advanced Micro Devices (AMD-Q) +8.77%
🥩 Beyond Meat Inc. (BYND-Q) +24.28%
🐦 Twitter, Inc (TWTR-N) -10%
🅱 Bitcoin (BTCUSD) (CRYPTO:BTC) -5%
🏛 Manulife Financial (MFC-T) +3%
🛢 Cenovus Energy (CVE-T) +4.42%
🛢 Baytex Energy Corp (BTE-T) +5%
💾 Lightspeed Commerce Inc (LSPD-T) +31.31%
💿 Dye & Durham (DND-T) +14.36%
📱 BlackBerry (BB-T) +13.02%
🛍 Shopify Inc. (SHOP-T) +12.43%

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David Driscoll
David Driscoll on Market Call (BNN TV) 13/05/2022 at 06:47pm


Believes further room for S&P 500 to drop as historical P/E average (16x) lower than today (20x). Not buying any stocks and is waiting for markets to fall further. Expecting further drops in the summer.
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Twitter, Inc, Mattel and 24 Stock Top Picks (May 06-12)
13/05/2022 at 10:00am

Twitter, Inc, Mattel and 24 Stock Top Picks (May 06-12)

This week were 24 Stock Top Picks in a wide range of industries: Technology, Consumer, Financials, Utilities, Industrials, Energy and Healthcare. Here are this week’s Top Picks as selected by: Michael O’Reilly, Billy Kawasaki, Barry Schwartz, Robert Lauzon, Lorne Steinberg… read more


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