But there is no catalyst right now, and there are so many other sectors with better prospects.
What's amazing to consider about Deutsche Bank is this was a triple-digit stock in 2008.
This stock moves fast, so acting on target prices and panic points is essential.
A flush of FX outflows threatens a breach of the 7 level vs. the dollar, and commodities will likely follow suit.
This name has significantly outperformed both the S&P 500 and the health care sector over the course of this awful month
If this train wreck happens, it could combine the worst elements of the last four stock market crashes.
Smaller stocks had outperformed large-caps for much of 2018, but now find themselves down for the year to date after a tough couple months.
But don't bet the bank, this is a risky one.
We saw strength (mostly) across the board in Wednesday night's earnings reports.
We are at the late end of the economic cycle, so trade disputes and fiscal easing now could easily cause the next recession.
The president's attempts to intimidate Jerome Powell probably won't impact Fed policy, with one possible exception.
Fed policy makers, research directors and the media seem clueless that the economy is slowing, not growing.
But here are the signs to watch, and how to protect yourself.
The stocks that performed well were the stocks that you would reach for in a recession.
Synchrony Financial and Gulfport Energy both offer reasons to expect their shares to rebound.
The payment processing company's shares are climbing after its third-quarter results beat expectations.
The Federal Reserve should, but likely won't, stop hiking rates before it inflicts more economic damage.
What the Fed needs to see is how many jobs are really in jeopardy from a digitized world and how digitization is keeping inflation in check.
The market is giving no clue as to which way it is headed, so stick to fundamentals.
The shift from regional to national banks is stark.
I am unimpressed by the latest earnings report. Despite good subscriber growth, fundamentals look weak.
Earnings conference calls will be filled with the words "tariffs" and "trade wars," but focus on company guidance for outlook and growth.
Wabash National is a key example -- dealing with the triple whammy of higher labor costs, higher steel costs from tariffs and higher interest rates.
The banking giant is up on its quarterly results, but its charts indicate any rally could be tough to sustain.
Jamie Dimon's giant rarely disappoints; the third quarter was no exception to that rule.
Markets will be watching subscriber growth and pricing power when NFLX reports on Tuesday.
We could soon be in a guide-down mess.
The big, bad wolf showed up at the door on Wednesday, but here are ways to deal with him.
Here's the play as China's yuan approaches trading at seven yuan to the U.S. dollar.
To a great extent what is happening is just the normal ebb and flow of the market as interest rates rise.