Let's see what the charts say.
It still takes a bit of guts and some nose holding to keep this stock on board in this environment.
It appears many market participants are willing to take on risk at the worst possible time.
The cybersecurity stock is looking positive after quarterly results.
The retailer reported disappointing results Thursday evening.
Even in a down tape Thursday, winners narrowly beat losers at the Big Board and the Nasdaq.
There's a key price level to watch.
Someone already long this stock, who has taken a hit, doesn't need to liquidate unless...
There isn't much to work with, but patient investors may find entry points after the implosion of both stocks.
This bear market has been unusual because it has proceeded on a rolling basis.
We ran, we ran all night and day... right back into U.S. Treasury securities, once again flattening the curve.
We've reached the next phase of the bear market, as big names get hit.
This value investor's top pick for the rest of 2022 keeps losing ground, but that isn't stopping him from doubling down on this speculative play.
I really am stunned by the hits to the quality of the balance sheet that both Target and Walmart have suffered.
It will be interesting to see where traders might come in to cover shorts or to pick a bottom after the retailer's disappointing first-quarter results.
Let's check the charts again after an earnings-related rise.
The macro environment is still full of land mines, and the disappointing results from big retailers definitely hint at the potential for a recession.
Let's take a look at the charts.
Walmart is technically oversold, and deservedly so based on the fundamentals.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
As investors ran away from equities earlier this year, Warren Buffett ran towards the market.
I do believe that the risk/reward proposition is starting to think about smiling favorably on Ford.
This week's earnings focus will be on the retailers with rivals such as Walmart and Target, as well as Home Depot and Lowe's reporting.
This is the largest list of qualifiers since the pandemic began.
There are several reasons why the shares were trading higher.
Don't expect AFRM to rally for long or go very far.
But is this stock that's soaring on Thursday more than a quick flip with forming a base? Let's check the charts.
The movie theater operator that saw its stock soar last year as a meme favorite now finds its shares returning to earth in a tough trading environment.
House of Grouse: A return to the pandemic low of early 2020 cannot be ruled out.
Here's how we'd play the chipmaker right now.