There are business sectors that are doing better than anticipated and others that are benefiting as thought from events of the day.
These companies are trading at reasonable multiples and two are offering nice dividend yields, too.
Traders have been going long.
The bank holding company's charts indicate now is not the time to take a long position in the stock.
Traders could go long GS at current levels and add on strength.
Chinese shares advanced following a regulatory change designed to loosen the grip of retail investors on stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
I don't see the outstanding reward to the upside vs. the downside risk that Jim Cramer sees.
Morgan Stanley's Down Under CEO has helped to move the shares from down to up.
Eagle Financial is small bank name that goes under the radar of most investors, but it offers a 4% yield and boasts 34 years of increases.
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HIG is trading higher Thursday on its quarterly earnings beat.
These financial favorites are involved in private equity, business development and asset management.
Two candlestick charts provide us with some clues to work with.
The fact that Goldman can make this much money in this environment is extraordinary. It's too cheap.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
A key chart of the payroll processing and human resources company is lacking in trend strength.
Charles Schwab is open for business and gaining market share.
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Here's what what could be in store for the stock after its Q2 earnings report.
The bank giant has been weak for a long time now and the charts do not suggest a turnaround at this point, especially after a bottom-line miss.
However, the longer-term picture for the bank giant's shares is clouded by questions about volume and buyers' commitment to the stock.
The larger pattern of higher highs and lows does give us reason to consider the buy side in AXP.
Let's check out a few charts and indicators.
Income investors should have seen that the pandemic put the restaurant operator's payout at risk and looked at other options.
BGC Partners is not a blue chip name, but it is a tempting choice for those willing to bet on a comeback that could reach well over 100%.
What's next with our previous price target in the rearview mirror?
The charts are on the defensive.
It's alarming how cheap the bank stocks have become.
The Nasdaq is running wild, but when the banks report we'll find out just how many people and businesses failed to pay rent.
The small business payroll processor reports earnings this week.