Harley-Davidson's higher-end customers drove a big earnings beat while Dollar General shares have languished as lower-income customers struggle.
PTON reported earnings Tuesday morning, and there's no way to sugarcoat the revised full year guidance.
The athletic apparel maker's chart indicates its run could be over as it flashes bearish signals; meanwhile, it looks like Peloton may have put in a bottom.
The technical signals suggest that now is not the time to go long the stock.
Two financial names, a small biotech and a gunmaker make up this quartet.
The technical indicators of the Western apparel retailer remain largely bearish, good third-quarter earnings notwithstanding.
The charts of the exercise equipment maker suggest that its shares may be close to finding a bottom.
The stock of the fitness equipment maker has plunged over the last year but still doesn't provide enough of a margin of safety for this value investor.
Plus, in a tough market the semiconductor sector takes a particularly hard whack to the head.
The cruise ship operator is entering liquidation with its fleet drydocked, and after losing a fight over its German shipbuilding business.