One thing is clear: Apple's disappointments are far more correctable, and their cash flow is more diversified than either AMZN or GOOGL.
We are probably at or very near the highs the market will provide at least through the first half of year.
Here's the key for trading the stock right now after earnings.
Ford reported earnings Thursday evening. Here's how the charts look Friday morning.
Technically, you do have all of the confirmation that you need to support a broad equity market breakout at this point.
I would like to see some sideways trading or even a pullback next.
If you're a long-term BMY bull, here's what the charts suggest.
This productive, profitable business is very close to being a cash flow beast.
I feel I must raise my hand like I committed a foul.
Bearish logic combined with short squeezes and poor positioning is producing jet fuel for more market upside.
Plus, the most important thing that Powell said on Wednesday and why it's both good and bad.
When the largest restaurant chain -- and 'Big Five' name -- talks you take notice.
Do not confuse prudent risk management with my not continuing to like this name.
Does the Fed feel compelled to overreact to the current economic landscape, and thus compound past mistakes made?
Caterpillar can move earth, but can it move its charts in the right direction?
The Goldilocks economic scenario that has been driving the market for most of January may not be as simple or as easy as expected.
Here's the most important thing we've heard from SOFI, maybe ever.
The coming week will be another exceedingly heavy week of Q4 earnings, this time with more of a focus upon the mega-caps.
The price-action bulls won the battle last week, but several major catalysts will drive the action this week.
The stock is already down about 15% in 2023 as the pharmaceutical giant gets set to report earnings.
The only reason to exit the stock now is profit-taking.
Plus, we take a close look at the charts of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite and check out Tesla, Disney and Salesforce.
The belief is that inflation isn't too hot and economic growth isn't too cold, though the bears argue this view is unrealistic.
GDP, unemployment claims, and durable goods reports were better than expected, creating hope that the Fed will be able to create a soft economic landing.
Elon Musk says he's not worried about any damage done to the Tesla brand due to his activity on Twitter.
The current market doesn't lend itself well to accumulating long-term position, but it is providing short-term trading opportunities.
Plus, a look at Wednesday's wishy-washy market action, the Treasury yield curve, Chevron's coming earnings and Lael Brainard's possible exit from the Fed.
The market is shrugging off mediocre earnings reports as underinvested bulls provide additional liquidity.
The nice start for the market in 2023 will soon fade.
The other major technology stocks don't report until next week, but the cloud sector is being hit hard.