Stocks are moving abruptly and dramatically depending on which way quarterly reports go for the companies that deliver them.
If you're a trader, you are never allowed to just sit back, coast and turn a blind to your trade risk.
That belief is borne out by the stellar performance of Amazon after good but not great quarterly results.
The two companies are in the energy storage solution market and are shining in an otherwise drab market.
The solar energy stock is shining in an otherwise dreary market.
This exchange-traded fund focused on Canadian equities has outperformed the SPDR S&P 500 ETF by a nice margin this year.
It will be interesting to see what investors are willing to forgive and what they will refuse to tolerate when it comes to performance and outlook.
However, the tech-heavy Invesco QQQ Trust will be put to the test next week when several big-name companies report earnings.
However, keep in mind that the market likely is experiencing a bear market bounce rather than the start of a new long-term uptrend.
Tuesday's rally was welcome and has provided the bulls with an opening based on fear of missing out, but we're far from a new bull market.