Chart resistance in the $7-$9 area and a lack of a base pattern are likely problems for investors.
In the past three years, PLNT bulked up from $20 to $80 and now a major correction to the $50 area -- a 50% correction -- would not be a surprise.
Consumer-facing companies that forget will inevitably suffer the loss of this critical cohort.
Charts that look at a longer time frame offer bullish signals for the shares of the online car retailer.
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The portfolio of 22 smaller names has slid into negative territory, showing the pressure the market has put of late on smaller-cap stocks.
TIF shares have been struggling the past 12 months.
Prices are still in an uptrend, but the IAC's On-Balance-Volume line has been diverging from price for four months.
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Under CEO Fabrizio Freda, the cosmetics giant takes risks and then does the blocking and tackling needed to win in a challenging retail environment.
A visit to western Pennsylvania provides insight into how various retailers may be faring and also turns up a county fair controversy.
It will need to find another gear for ticket sales.
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It looks like CHD will continue to be a safe haven, while the broad market weakens; $85 is our first price target.
Haverty Furniture Cos., aka Havertys, has paid a cash dividend every year for more than eight decades and occasionally surprises shareholders with a special payout.
Disney's third-quarter miss comes in a weak broader market and could send the entertainment giant's shares below support.
The Chinese government has now demonstrated an ability to control the S&P 500, even at the risk of Chinese domestic capital flight.
Shares of Fitbit were hammered on Thursday after the smartwatch maker lowered expectations for the full year.
Traders might want to be a little cautious ahead of earnings tomorrow.
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When the CEO and the charts point in different directions I lean one way.
J.B. Straubel not only has been at the center of the electric carmaker's technology efforts, but his departure raises the specter of whether other big names will bolt.
If the electric carmaker's chart support is broken its shares could retrace more of Tesla's summer rally.
Volatility reigns once again at the electric carmaker, which is seeing JB Straubel depart as chief technology officer.
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