On the eve of earnings, it’s a tale of two markets



So will it be the best of times or the worst of times for stocks? With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Dan Nathan and …

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  1. Apple is a luxury item. Their sales as well as cruise sales combined w other luxury sales paints a picture of American ppl. Right now Americans cant invest in luxury and are focusing on their items and necessities. But when car sales gets hit then get worried bc America is built on mobility unfortunately not efficiency and things will naturally go further downhill. You need to examine many similar markets sales before you say what the picture is really saying.

  2. “Welcome to Vanity Fair where everyone is striving for what is not worth having.”

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  3. It's been Apple, Apple, Apple all year, now it's GM because Apple is guiding lower. Come on! They need a poor person on the desk to speak some common sense into this nonsense. Earnings is going to be a bloodbath.

  4. Labor costs have gone "through the roof." Really Tim? The tiny 3-4 percent increase in labor costs in 2018 is nothing considering how wages have been stagnant for over 3 decades. CEO of Ameritrade saw his compensation go up 22% in 2018. How come that's ok but the average person seeing their wage rise 4% is a problem?

  5. Love these guys. Four (five!) diverse personalities. Love the sparring between Tim & Dan while Guy & Brian wait patiently to chime in with something that is always worth hearing. We can't all talk at once, right? Class is always in session on Fast Money.

  6. These people call themselves "technicians" or "chartists", but they never truly consider the technicals that have been obvious. They ignored the doji candlesticks, the rising wedge reversal, and the head-and-shoulders pattern that have all correctly forecasted the plunge.

  7. 1. There will NOT be a real war between the west and China because China have tons of nukes, so don't rely on getting major trade concessions from China.
    2. This trade war has done NOTHING but piss off China, now they will be come far less cooperative.
    What does all this mean? Means American companies will lose a HUGE chunk of the world's biggest consumer market in the coming decade. In the short to mid run this trade war just screwed all the American companies who reply on Chinese market for growth.
    Its time to sell

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