Many shoppers have a beef with surging grocery bills as they opt for animal substitutes, but what happens as other parts of the world grow hungry for livestock raised in the Americas? Investors should take note.
In 20 years, I've never seen this type of market disfunction and illiquidity.
Let's check out the 21-day exponential moving averages of SPY and QQQ for clues and also look at three stocks for trading ideas.
The technical signals for the iconic food company's stock are largely positive.
Bearish signals on the charts of the cupcake maker are popping up.
Investors are understandably reassessing these pandemic-driven names.
Corn and soybean are ingredients in many foods and are used to feed cattle, and prices for both look like they are headed higher.
Let's look at Clorox, Amazon, Microsoft and several other stocks to see why avoiding the fan favs of tech is the way to go.
Bullish signals abound for the maker of household paper products.
Plus, we bid a not-so-sad adieu to the mania in 2021 in meme stocks, SPACs and NFTs.