The charts show a sagging stock and indicate it's best to avoid the long side of the maker of specialty chemicals.
Let's see if traders of this Dow component will become buyers or sellers.
The charts of the farm equipment giant suggest its stock could head downward significantly in the weeks ahead.
Perhaps, but if the price doesn't hold it would be best to quickly ditch the supplier of aggregates, cement and asphalt.
In terms of the inflation trajectory, it really is housing and autos that matter most. Bottoming of US PMIs strengthens the case for Industrials.
The 'forever chemicals' issue is not over and done with.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
It's a very interesting deal as both firms create positive free cash flow.
The charts of the engineering firm are becoming even more positive after its latest earnings.
The shares have been moving up from a low made in May.
Is there a trend change happening?
Only India, Indonesia and the Philippines are seeing a rise in factory output, which new figures show is declining in Japan, China and Asia's chipmaking nations.
The construction and mining equipment giant cautioned that its third-quarter sales could come in below levels of the second quarter.
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Performance is improving across the firm. The balance sheet and free cash flow are in places we never expected to see a few years ago.
We have a new price target.
Let's check out the charts and indicators and plot a strategy.
The stock just made a new 52-week high and is poised to climb higher.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
The charts of the diversified technology and manufacturing company remain in an uptrend.
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The price weakness in June has reversed.
The producer of aggregates and building materials has blown through my price target and looks primed to rally further.
The shares are up 50% from their lows in September-October-November.
The firm has agreed to a $10.3 billion legal settlement for 'forever chemicals'.
The shares continue to rally, remaining in a strong uptrend from their March low.
There's been an upward trend over the past 12 months.
The producer of specialty metals has been climbing on its charts and that trend looks like it could continue.
Performance and guidance are solid across all segments.
The stock of the agricultural equipment giant appears poised to plow to higher ground.