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Take This Title Insurer Along for the Ride Amid Housing's Boom

First American Financial is a steady performer that is solid financially yet is undervalued at its current multiple.

Sizing Up 2 FANG Stocks for More Upside Potential

Let's examine the charts of Apple and Facebook to see if they still might produce buying opportunities.

Movado Is on the Move, and So Is Fossil as They Pleasantly Surprise

The two specialty retail stocks climb as they manage to navigate the choppy pandemic waters better than expected.

Best Buy Needs a Bullish Spark to Resume Its Rally

Momentum in the stock of the electronics and appliance retailer has been weakening of late.

The Container Store Could Eventually Emerge From a Major Base

Shares of the home organization store are up 145% for the year.

Mysterious Mnuchin, Vaccines at the Ready, Carnival Isn't Cruising, 2 Big 'W's

A look at the charts of Advanced Micro Devices and Tesla, plus a review of the 'broadening' market action from Thursday.

Norwegian Cruise Line Launches Another Stock Sale as It Works to Stay Afloat

The cruise operator's latest offering adds to its dilution and makes it even trickier to evaluate its true value.

Carnival Is Not the Same Cruise Line it Was Pre-Covid

Investors need to review what the company has done to stay afloat before making a buying decision on the name.

Let's Chart Peloton and Netflix for the Post-Pandemic Era

One stock is more favorable than the other, but both could make nice plays after recent pullbacks.

This Ugly Duckling Portfolio of 2019 Losers Grew Into a Beautiful Swan

The deep-value Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio of a dozen stocks handsomely outperformed the S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indices.

Is Monday's Selloff in the Homebuilders an Opportunity to Buy?

It depends on the homebuilder; let's check out the technical differences between Hovnanian Enterprises and Toll Brothers.

Charts of Polaris Still Lack Horsepower

It seems sellers remain in control of the shares of the maker of off-road vehicles and powersports equipment.

Iconic Hostess Brands Could Be Serving Up Some Tasty Returns

Aggressive traders with a sweet tooth could go long TWNK.

Appomattox Moment Needed, Surging Semis, Powell's Plea, Peloton Pelted

Plus, the rising possibility that the Senate may not remain in Republican control should give investors pause.

Baseball Provides 'Valuable' Lesson on the Effect of Supply and Demand

Here's why a beat-up baseball card is worth more than a mint-condition jersey and why the Atlanta Braves are worth less than the New York Mets.

Clorox Could Rally Again but Change Your Stops

How has the stock been doing lately?

Brunswick: Smooth Sailing or Out of the Boat?

Let's check out the charts of BC stock.

A Prudent Exercise: Take Some Profits in Nautilus

Here's our analysis and trading strategy for the fitness company.

This Deep-Value Portfolio Puts on a Sprint Down the Stretch

The 2020 Double Net Value Portfolio has risen over the last month and re-entered positive territory.

Mattel Isn't Playing Around and Looks Headed Higher

The toymaker's charts indicate that prices and volume are firming.

Estee Lauder's Charts Are Still Looking Pretty

Continue to hold longs last recommended, and we have a new price target.

Drumroll, Please: The First 4 Names in My Triple-Net Active Portfolio

This disparate cluster of value plays includes an entertainment giant and an owner of ethanol plants.

VF Corp. Should Have a VFC (Very Fine Chance) of Becoming a Dividend King

The apparel maker weathered the pandemic storm sufficiently to raise its quarterly payout recently for a 48th straight year.

An OK Thursday, Man vs. Machine, Labor Labors, QE Forever?: Market Recon

Plus, we check in on Peloton and Datadog and the Nasdaq Composite Index.

Royal Caribbean's Charts Could Soon Be Going Below Deck

Be a landlubber for now and avoid the long side of RCL.

Housing-Related Stocks Continue to Build Momentum

A small western homebuilder and a furniture maker are the latest to see their businesses improve amid the pandemic.

Rummaging Through the Bargain Bin Turns Up a Trio of Names

Beazer Homes USA, Olin Corp. and TravelCenters of America are showing signs of life and are worth consideration.

GameStop's Deal With Microsoft, Carnival Stays Afloat

GME will be able to standardize business operations through MSFT's cloud-based solutions and expand its video game offerings.

Will Japanese Air Carriers Steal Market Share from Global Competitors?

Japan Airlines and ANA are struggling like all airlines, but once travel recovers they may have competitive advantages over international rivals.

Is Bed Bath & Beyond Back? What the Charts Say

BBBY has made a new high for the move up Friday.