Steep fall of the last few weeks has finally been arrested and stock has been going through a base-building process. The counter has come out of a bearish cycle of lower top and lower bottom and seems to be ready for trend reversal buying. There is bullish Engulfing candlestick formation on the daily chart where the green candle has engulfed the previous two red candles suggesting that bears have lost grip over the stock. RSI has made a range shift from bearish zone to sideways zone and bounced back from important support levels. Setup is suggesting that limited upside will not be ruled out and stock can propel upto 350 in current expiry. … [Read more...] about In expiry week, Theta decay can be obtained along with expected upmove in futures
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It wasn’t the first business Woodman had attempted. The son of an investment banker who grew up in Atherton, California, Woodman quit his Menlo Park high school football team before his senior season to surf. “Everyone was like, ‘Dude, you can’t quit,’ but then I thought, No, I have something unique going on. And I remember that feeling good. That was my first lesson where I felt that, hey, doing something different from everybody is satisfying.” It was during a golf outing with his father when he was 17 that he decided he wanted to be an entrepreneur. “We were on the seventh hole at Burlingame Country Club in San Mateo, and there was a big old house being built on the side of the fairway, and my dad said, ‘See that house, that’s my friend’s son. His name is Peter Gotcher and he just sold his business.” (Gotcher was one of the founders of ProTools and now sits on GoPro’s board.) Entrepreneurship, his father told … [Read more...] about Can GoPro Rise Again?
GM does have some things going for it, signs that it just might be a winner in the long-haul future of transportation—if things line up the right way. After Barra’s J.P. Morgan presentation, I met with her in a conference room upstairs in the bank’s offices, one of several meetings I’ve had with her and her top lieutenants over the past few months. Barra, an electrical engineer, doesn’t have the shiny bravado of so many tech-world leaders, but a career spent overseeing factories, supply chains, and GM’s entire product portfolio has given her a practicality they sometimes lack. She is much more at ease in person than she was on stage. When she explained that her father, who spent 35 years working as a die maker in a GM factory, taught her the value of hard work, it came off as authentic, not clichéd. She is keenly aware that GM’s 223,000 employees will have to behave differently if its plans for the future are to succeed; that she needs to … [Read more...] about Mary Barra Is Remaking GM’s Culture—And The Company Itself
“It’s great, isn’t it?” Ells tells me when I ask what this increased competition means for Chipotle. “Certainly we’re not going to feed everyone, every single meal. Other people are going to have to do that too. But wouldn’t it be great if the public had more access to really good quality raw ingredients?” … [Read more...] about Slideshow: Which Chain Could Be The Next Chipotle?