Carnival Corp. continues to sell debt and equity as it works to stay afloat, while Steak n Shake deals with problems of its own.
Hooker Furniture and Foot Locker recently raised their dividends and could provide more upside to buyers of the shares in the months ahead.
Buyers of DASH are not being aggressive.
The pace of the advance in the steakhouse operator's shares has been slowing and volume is shrinking, too, so be cautious.
The charts suggest that people will continue to be disappointed.
ELYS is starting a major rollout of its casino and sports betting platform in the U.S.
The company's voluminous and expanding debt and massive increase in shares outstanding make it unappealing to this value investor.
Disney is going to be one of the great reopening plays as economic activity normalizes.
As an early vaccinator I can tell you that you can make money from these strange things provided you do them before everybody gets the jab.
Traders long MAT from late October can continue to hold those positions but raise sell stops.
Plus, Thursday was a solid day for nearly all sectors of the market, though Peloton Interactive pulls back after posting results.
The forces that benefited shares of companies such as Peloton Interactive and Clorox may not sustain them once the impact of the virus subsides.
Traders should stand aside and let this correction play out.
The charts of Smith & Wesson Brands and Sturm Ruger indicate it might be best to hold your fire if you're inclined to buy their shares.
It's not a good sign when a stock shows weakness before a quarterly report.
The stocks of Walt Disney Co. and Pfizer seem to offer nice upside potential based on their technical patterns.
A stock that declines in the face of what appears to be bullish news tells us something.
Here's our latest analysis and trading strategy for the shares.
There is a risk of a pullback to the top of the base pattern or down to the $30 area.
The markets appear to be looking forward for the cruise industry.
Price momentum often weakens before a turn lower.
The technical signals indicate that the stock of the fitness chain could head lower in the weeks ahead.
The former name is technically overbought but offers reasons to expect it to grow, while the latter should benefit from the Covid-19 vaccines.
The charts of the recreational vehicle maker seem to paint a developing positive picture.
Shares of the home decor retailer could decline and then move sideways for months based on its charts.
Three of the four restaurant operators are worth at least a nibble, but one doesn't look appetizing right now.
The market seems to be screaming that people will return to traveling once the virus abates; I think so, too.
Our latest technical analysis and trading strategy on LULU.
The shares declined in late October and made a low in November.
First American Financial is a steady performer that is solid financially yet is undervalued at its current multiple.