I don't see a bullish alignment on the charts.
Here's what could tip the scales downward.
The prospects for this trio are better than in the current year, which has been rough on all three.
The surge of inflation this year has put numerous companies under pressure -- but banks are a bright spot. Here are three offering attractive yields.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has a stake in Jefferies Financial Group, so what is a good place to but in?
Here's what traders should do now.
However, the safest play at this juncture would be to wait for a breakout before going long the shares of the annuities and life insurance provider.
Here's what I recommend for this fintech firm.
Keep an eye on how the shares close.
I've got a strategy for FleetCor Technologies.
Trading volume in the banking giant's shares just hasn't been all that strong.
SOFI has been trading sideways since May and the current rally improves the picture -- but traders should stay nimble.
With earnings due out after Tuesday's market close we might have a case of 'buy the rumor and sell the news.'
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
We're waiting for all the pieces to fall into place.
Shares of AI-based lender are likely to sink lower in the months ahead.
V will report quarterly earnings after Tuesday's market close.
I'm slowly starting to accumulate positions in homebuilding and financial names.
Shares have been in a decline the past 12 months. Let's check out the current charts.
Meanwhile, a conference in Hong Kong featuring the city's leader, who is sanctioned by the U.S. but due to appear alongside U.S. investment bankers, offers a bad look.
The damage has been done even if the shares begin to move higher.
Does a profitable banking sector translate to a bullish stock market? Not necessarily.
That's because we need the semis to stabilize for tech stocks to begin hammering out a bottom.
Let's check the bank's charts and indicators ahead of the print.
The shares have been in a downward trend since February.
Let's check out the charts of the CME to see.
Jamie Dimon is warning about a recession as the bank gets set to report earnings this week.
The charts of the investment management giant are largely bearish.
Let's dive in on the charts and see what's in store for the stock.
This is the beauty of ugly bear markets. They often make even terrific company shares go inexplicably below fair value.