I am much more interested in buying strength than in buying weakness.
Tuesday's rally in the Nasdaq and S&P 500 could prove to be short-lived thanks to disappointing subscriber numbers from Netflix.
Nearly all the stocks that make up the VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF are below a key moving average, and that doesn't signal strength.
A lot has changed in a week, with the bears gaining the upper hand again.
Let's mingle with a big-money manager: American Fund parent company Capital Group is entering the exchange-traded fund market.
Let's compare two new residential-based housing market ETFs, the Kelly Residential & Apartment Real Estate fund and the Home Appreciation U.S. REIT fund.
Also, Uranium Energy Corp. spurts higher while the Dow Transports continue to sag, though they did bounce a bit on Thursday.
Uncle Sam loves to spend, and the Emles Federal Contractors ETF has a novel way to make money off of companies that rely on federal dollars.
The Fed isn't out to spoil your trades, speaking of which, there are three stocks to consider based on their bullish patterns.
Here's why I think the XLF ETF looks vulnerable to further declines.