Nothing seems to matter anymore except which stock to buy, a staggering conclusion with 11% unemployment and a raging epidemic.
The market has a love/hate relationship with TWTR.
Let's compare the expectations for Ford and Tesla.
Here's our latest trading strategy on STZ.
In an investing climate marked by great uncertainty, this name is generating excellent financial results and rewarding its shareholders with rising dividends.
FDX is likely to trade sideways for a while before resuming its uptrend.
The shares of the maker of Chef Boyardee and Birds Eye products look as though they could warm up after trading sideways in recent weeks.
It's going to be a bumpy ride but don't be too fast to anticipate a collapse.
MU's cloud integration and migration to the cloud remains a main business theme driving capital expenditure on the data center.
Buy the dip? Nope, not me, not today. Then again, long-time readers know that I have never been a fan of FB or its management.
When something is very obvious to the market it doesn't work simply or easily.
Would I buy the name on this dip? Not yet. But here's what a trader could do.
Why only sales growth of 7.7%? You expected more? There is a reason, a good reason.
The immediate future remains under the control of virus-related statistics.
I don't envy anyone trying to put together a model of these moments. So, you look for an intersection where you might be right no matter what.
The lack of opportunity for growth in this sector may just be its biggest strength right now.
Though I wouldn't take a cruise right now, nor maybe ever again, that has nothing to do with making decisions with my own capital.
Continue to trade from the long side.
I may go there, in small size, but just for a trade.
PVH still needs to build - and retest - a bigger base pattern to launch a sustained uptrend.
We'll watch the segment specific performance for Digital Media where the key product is the Creative Cloud.
LULU reports earnings Thursday. Here's how I'd trade it.
Let's check out the charts to see if the rally from the March low can continue.
The technical signals for the stock of the online apparel service are not strong and indicate it may not be the time to go long.
As the OECD builds second-wave pandemic modeling into its economic forecasts, small-cap action has been frothy and the market awaits Fed Chair Jerome Powell's press conference.
Airline stocks led the rally last week and are still going strong, as market reopening continues and employment data is mixed.
Zoom's earnings report had a negative impact on Slack.
Fashion retailer Fossil Group climbed after posting results while downtrodden restaurant operator Luby's surged on the possible sale of its assets.
This is one to avoid for now.
I wouldn't mind owning the shares, and they do yield 2.7%.