Here's how aggressive and conservative traders can look at WEBR.
Macau's gambling empires will undergo government reviews that likely will end with different degrees of bad for U.S. operators.
Despite vaccinations the number of Americans contracting the virus is far greater than a year ago, which stands to impact businesses of all sorts.
The current candidates for the 2022 Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio are few and far between, with only a couple households names in the bunch.
The shoe company is expected to hold an investor day soon, so will CROX get tripped up or step higher?
The charts of the high-end home furnishings retailer have yet to give a clear indication of which way the stock will go in the near term.
Here's what to look for.
Here's what the charts of the consumer genetics company reveal.
The company is set to report its latest quarterly earnings Wednesday after the market close.
Carvana, General Motors and Visa are the stocks in our sights as we focus on their charts.
The overall market seems to be mispricing the threats of rapidly increasing prices and the fast-spreading Delta variant.
Plus, a look at Dollar General and Peloton Interactive, which both disappointed with their announcements on Thursday.
Also, we have our latest price targets.
The entertainment giant delivered stronger-than-expected third-quarter results.
Plus, a look at what's going on inside the trader's brain as he looks at Walt Disney, Airbnb and SoFi Technologies.
A put sale with PLBY is a consideration here but I'm going with a more upside oriented approach.
A recent gap down in the shares of the online fashion retailer is bothersome, so it's best to see if its price and volume can improve.
The shares of the initial public offering were priced below their initial expected range but the stock is up nicely from its first-day action.
Plus, taking another look at Robinhood post-IPO and what it says about the modern marketplace.
Shares of Extreme Networks and Beazer Homes look promising based on the companies' recent quarterly reports.
The long side of the automaker looks vulnerable as it reports second-quarter results.
The odds favor a move to lower lows in the weeks ahead.
Here's how to play it now.
The charts of IRBT are bearish.
Other cruise operators suffered more damage to their capital structures due to the pandemic but none appeal to this value investor.
Like Carnival Corp., this rival cruise line operator has seen its debt and shares outstanding climb over the last 18 months.
Let's look at the latest MMM charts.
The charts of the provider of home security hardware and services are unattractive.
The cruise line operator still appears overvalued based on its huge share dilution and its iffy business prospects near term.
The sector ETFs present a different picture than the broader averages.