Dish Network Gets Bullish; Paul Mampilly Does His Homework
No Pain, No Gain!
We’re deep into day 2 of meetings here at Great Stuff.
As I alluded to yesterday, yours truly is attending the annual Banyan Hill editorial retreat. We talk about all kinds of great stuff at these meetings … and the fruits of our discussions will ultimately benefit you!
You, dear reader, are why we’re here, after all.
While I’m meeting with the greatest minds at Banyan Hill today, I thought I’d take this moment to pick your brains.
Is there something you’d like to see Great Stuff cover or talk about?
How are we doing here at Great Stuff?
Are you laughing at the memes and crying at the market?
How are the stock picks working out for you?
It’s looking pretty good on my end, but I know that my tracking and yours can sometimes pass like ships in the night.
Finally, who’s your favorite Banyan Hill expert?
Got any success stories to share?
Drop me a line at GreatStuffToday@BanyanHill.com and let me know!
It only takes a few minutes.
While you’re waiting for Great Stuff to return tomorrow, it’s time for snacks. I have a few more chips left in the bag … but I’m out of dip (sorry):
- Dish’s Great! Everyone is still waiting on regulatory approval for the T-Mobile and Sprint merger … well, everyone except Dish Network Corp. (Nasdaq: DISH). The satellite-TV provider is expected to get some sweet wireless network bandwidth out of the deal in order to appease the Department of Justice. This is a relatively big deal for Dish, but Raymond James believes that the company will be just fine without the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. The ratings firm laid out three bullish scenarios for Dish — two of which don’t include wireless bandwidth. As a result, Raymond James boosted its price target to $44 and lifted DISH to a strong buy.
- China’s Pain Is Your Gain. Banyan Hill expert Paul Mampilly does his homework. Of course he does. This time around, Paul took a deep dive into Trump’s tweets and the trouble with Chinese tariffs. In last Monday’s video, Paul, Amber Lancaster and Hudson Cashdan discussed the U.S. economy and the impact (or lack thereof) of tariffs on the market: “China’s Pain Is Your Gain — Profit From Trump’s Tariff Increase.”
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Great Stuff will be back in full swing tomorrow with your irregularly scheduled programming.
The wait is almost over.
Until next time, good trading!
Great Stuff Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing