Let's look at Nucor, Cleveland Cliffs, and U.S. Steel.
The stock price of the maker of hydrogen fuel cell systems has remained depressed for a while now.
Shares of the industrial automation company could go either way quickly, so here's what to watch.
While the stock split may signal confidence from the management side to investors, I don't generally see reverse splits as positive.
The elevator maker's charts are pushing the right buttons.
Here's why it's time to ring the register on the two stock groups, according to the moves in HOV, XLB and DD.
One such name is GrafTech International, which should be aided by a rebound in spot graphite electrode pricing.
Here I'll preview a simple symmetry setup in NIO and a pullback setup in CLF -- just don't get too close to the edge.
It's hard to be bullish on the energy storage company based on its indicators.
The sector ETFs present a different picture than the broader averages.