As I parse through the CPI, PPI and retail sales report, as well as other oil price and savings data, I can only reach two conclusions about the economy and market. Neither are good.
Let's see how convincing the charts look.
Let's check back in on Cameco and Uranium Energy.
It's hard to get too excited about stocks when risk free short-term Treasuries are paying 5.5%.
The spread between the market sentiment of industry insiders and the net long futures position held in crude oil is unsustainably wide.
It's not just about supply as demand is the more important driver in today's market.
I see two scenarios playing out over the next few quarters.
The stock has recently produced a bullish golden cross buy signal.
Let's highlight several interesting names with recent insider buying.
One looks primed for a possible squeeze while the other is on the brink of a breakout.
Sectors such as retail, banking and energy are under pressure due to a slowing economy and higher rates, and artificial intelligence won't be the elixir for them.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
The Saudis may sugar coat a production cut as providing stability for the market, but here's what they fail to realize.
The CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust shows that it still has a chance to become a winner.
Let's review the charts and indicators of Occidental Petroleum.
PSX shares look to be headed higher. Here's how traders can play the energy name.
Plus, the United Auto Workers apply pressure on the legacy automakers with the union's big wage demands in their contract talks.
The shares of the fuel cell developer continue to disappoint investors.
Traders and investors should take appropriation action.
And why we keep reaping the benefits in our portfolios.
After a quant upgrade, the under-the-radar name 'checks all the boxes.' Here's our trading strategy.
A look at a producer and distributor of renewable energy whose shares are trading below $10.
The technical signals of the energy infrastructure company are bullish.
XOM continues to execute at a high level, even if on the way down from temporarily inflated asset prices.
I've done quite well with several names in what I view as an uncertain market and economy.
The four charts here look promising.
Let's take a look at the newly launched exchange-traded fund, the Goldman Sachs North American Pipeline & Power Equity ETF.
You can get more and pay less now for UGI than its quote from a decade ago.
It felt like investors suddenly found oil on Monday -- but is energy too hot?
CVX is looking at performance in line to slightly better than the industry is looking at broadly.