The recent downturn in consumer staples stocks even as the broad market rises could be a positive sign for the economy going forward.
A housing-related name and an RV manufacturer each receive a bit of positive attention.
When the marketplace ignores the arrival of a new CEO we should be careful.
BDT Capital Partners' planned acquisition of the Weber shares it doesn't already own will end Weber's short stint as a publicly traded company.
Avoid the long side for now.
And if we look at the charts, we can find that point for a sell-stop.
Here's what the charts are telling us.
This quartet of stocks includes a boat retailer, an underwear maker, a department store chain and an entertainment giant.
Let's compare the home improvement giants head to head, and see if one stock has an advantage over the other.
The tech giant could see its technical signals weaken as its shares take a hit from the impact of Covid protests in China on iPhone output.
The prospects for this trio are better than in the current year, which has been rough on all three.
In putting together the 2023 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio there is no shortage of contenders that haven't fared well in 2022.
After analyst rates PG as an outperform, let's check the charts.
You can bet that the needle will move. One way or another. Can Disney actually do this, as in continue to evolve and still return itself to glory? It has to.
Quarterly earnings head in the right direction, but traders should study the charts before lacing up.
Consumers account for roughly 70% of economic activity and at this point they are tapped out.
The dating app reports Q3 results after Wednesday's market close.
The troubling thing is that it's difficult to see any improvement going forward for quite some time the way things are.
Here's what the charts and indicators look like.
Watch out for a key reversal.
Here's what we anticipate next.
A firearms manufacturer, a maker of non-lethal weapons and an ammo producer stand to do well in the coming year.
The charts of the online accommodations marketplace aren't looking bullish in advance of its third-quarter results.
Here's our trading strategy for both chocoholics and traders alike.
There is a huge divergence of opinions on Qurate. The credit market is implying it is a seriously troubled company. Equity analysts, though, make the case for a major rebound.
Majority owner BDT Capital Partners offers to buy the shares of the grillmaker it doesn't already own; meanwhile, Getty Realty hikes its dividend.
Let's see what kind of a makeover is needed.
It is surprising that higher bond yields are not already causing more rotation out of equities and into bonds.
The generator maker is in for a rough day on top of what has been a rough year for its shares.
The handful of wine producers that are publicly traded are in negative territory for the year, with one in particular suffering mightily.