These calls should be an interesting play over the next few days.
Qorvo topped my scans and all cylinders are firing on Freshpet.
Sharp drops in Heron Therapeutics and Supernus Pharmaceuticals have presented opportunities to make lemonade out of lemons.
I have to wonder if the advent of increased exposure to technology has something to do with the incredibly broad lack of situational awareness.
KO's dividend comes at the end of February.
The 'toy' company is just too cheap and attractive, right now; plus, those pot stocks are looking to be in a funk.
If you can stomach speculating and high risk could, try this trading technique on ADS.
I wouldn't be a put seller in KHC although bullish put spreads merit some minor consideration.
Plus, checking in on the yield curve, the Put/Call Ratio, political gamesmanship here and abroad, and a handful of tech names.
Here's how I see what's next for VXX.
I'd say the action of the past month indicates a short-term bottom is now in place and the next move is higher.
There is no doubt in my mind that the firm is executing at a high level.
Does it tick the President off that it appears the Chinese would rather not give up in writing any unfair advantages in global trade that they have enjoyed for decades this close to a national election in the U.S.? Of course.
The company keeps raking in the dollars - and it's a bargain here.
IQ appears ready to break out just as the broader market stalls.
Amazon is primed to wake up from the dead zone.
I expect Deere to continue on its downward path.
IV is a reflection of what is going on and if IV is dropping investors are selling options.
This a name I own and trade often - and there's a reason for that.
This bullish trade in WMT makes sense as the holidays approach.
Despite strong results and steady guidance, I would prefer to see this one move on share price before going long on BBY.
After rough year, ZUO looks like it might break out before earnings, so here's how to play it.
With chip stocks overall making a comeback, money appears to be finding direction to these names.
Of the department stores, JWN may be best positioned to make a long-run move.
With the potential TD Ameritrade deal, clearly E*Trade will not be 'talking to Chuck.'
Potential triggers in both the daily and weekly charts warrant attention.
Energy can be a volatile place to put your money, so here are some points to look out for with natural gas.
Most market participants are obsessed with the level of the S&P 500, but look under the surface: The "safe-haven" trade has started to be unwound.
The past two crossovers have produced strong moves to the upside.
There's a simple way to play this type of weird price action.