These names provide shareholders with potential growth in addition to their dividends.
As we say to goodbye to a rough September, let's look what what's weighing on investor sentiment now.
Shares of the consulting company have turned lower from early September.
The identity security management firm gets a quantitative upgrade.
Let's go to the charts to create game plans for three names that have fallen into oversold territory.
Here's when investors may want to add.
The stock is looking constructive for now, but...
Not all the news from the small biotech space is bad. One company in particular already has been gaining the attention of investors.
Let's check the charts and indicators.
The stock is in an uptrend now, but there are a number of bearish divergences.
The effect of higher interest rates on the housing market and the economy in general are only beginning to kick in.
Once China's largest property developer, China Evergrande Group is teetering on the brink of collapse, unable to issue the new debt it needs to renegotiate with creditors.
The market finally bounced on Thursday as interest rates dropped, but now the issue is whether the PCE report will bring in more buyers.
Let's look under the hood after Thursday's action.
The worst-performing names have been hot. Here's what that could tell us about the market right now.
Micron Technology falls after releasing its quarterly report; let's see if it's a buy.
Here's why 'reality' shows a trip downward.
Here are two stocks I'm playing as yield rises appear to be weighing down a rally.
With the AI stock on the move, let's check the condition of the charts again.
These names, which have raised their payouts for over 50 straight years, have dividends that are well-covered even during a recession.
Here's what my analysis suggests is next for PTON stock.
And in light of the market's volatility it may not be a bad time to use rallies to trim existing positions, as I recently did with Carvana.
The apparel maker's shares possibly could bounce once it reports its results, but without much basing action any rally likely won't be sustained.
Although the charts show a bottom in October 2022, the vast majority of stocks never rallied and speculative strength never took hold.
The latest fad indicator? Don't ask me. The top or bottom? Nah. When to expect a potential oversold rally? You got it.
Meta swings midday and the bulls lose footing, but the small caps were a bright spot.
What do the charts suggest for price targets?
The charts say this price is where to add on J.
The chance of a government shutdown is keeping traders on the sidelines right now.
Volatility is picking up, but I believe it could become much more intense in the first half of next year.