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The Markets Also Rise Quickly

Fear of missing out permeated the day as the indexes bounced back.

BlackBerry's Calling

Here's a play in the stock and why I think it will dial back down.

NantKwest's Charts Are Extended When Compared to the Popular Moving Averages

Let's stand aside for now and see how things unfold.

The Battle Over Cannabis Operator Verano Holdings' Stock

Sol Global and MMCap are fighting in court over who owns or owes what of the company's shares.

Is Chevron Finally Ready to Make an Upside Breakout?

Let's check out some charts on the energy giant.

Jim Cramer: These Tech Stars Really Shine

Here are five buys in technology companies that are just out of this world.

Dollar Tree's Charts Fail to Show Me a Clear Buy Signal

Wednesday's earnings could be pivotal.

Traders Scrambling to Avoid Missing Out

FOMO strikes back and so does great stock picking.

Target's Charts Are Getting Out of Range for the Bulls

I would stand aside through this earnings release.

The Bond Market vs the Fed

Bond holders fear inflation with a passion.

Verizon: The Risk Is to the Upside

There is potential to turn VZ from a stable telecom into a 'growthy' type name.

There's an Oversupply of Positive Action Right Now

The longer this continues, the more anxiety there will be about being underinvested.

Rocket Companies Is Not Ready to Blast Off

The company went public seven months ago.

The Ongoing Hunt for Deep-Value Stocks Turns Up 3 Candidates

American Outdoor Brands, Fonar Corp. and Suralign Holdings present value investing opportunities.

Market Bounce Is at Hand - But Insider Selling Intensifies

Breadth remains negative.

Biotech Isn't Seeing Much Merger Activity, but Here's a Stock to Like

Dynavax Technologies has inked a supply deal related to a Covid-19 vaccine that could greatly increase its revenue stream.

Shares of Workday Seem Poised for a Deeper Correction

Let's review the charts and indicators.

I'm Looking at Setups in Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson

Let's see what happens with these buy zones for both MSFT and JNJ.

Arista Networks Correction Does Not Appear to Be Over

The technical signs are indicating weakness in the shares of the maker of cloud networking equipment.

What's Up at the Fed? Supply & Demand, 12 Trading Notes, Microsoft Conference

Should we care about Australia's central bank taking overtly aggressive action to reign in the long end of their yield curve? Yes, we should.

Better Bond Action Brings in Buyers, but Will They Stick Around?

Sentiment has improved, but the key to the price action will be whether there are higher highs following early profit-taking.

Hong Kong Charges 47 Politicians for Taking Part in Politics

In a Kafkaesque move, the Hong Kong authorities charged would-be members of Congress with subversion, for attempting to get elected to Congress.

A Lesson in Investing About the 'Tutor'

With TPC, good news plus a bad sell-off equals opportunity.

The Market's Roller Coaster Ride Ain't Over Yet

Here's why I still see volatility ahead -- and why we have a shot at an oversold rally.

I Got the 'SOS', So Here's My Take on the Stock's Saga

Let's try to sort out the details of the complicated story of SOS Ltd. -- and why the short reports might be ... selling you short.

Bearish Bets: 2 Nasdaq Stocks You Should Consider Shorting This Week

These names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.

Jim Cramer: What History Tells Us About Bond-Rate Scares Like This

We could have some real pain ahead for some stocks. Five different kinds.

Navigating a Market Correction

The most critical factor in long-term market success is the ability to effectively navigate market corrections.

Corrective Action Produces Fading Confidence and Technical Damage

It's dangerous to have too much exposure now, but the potential for a good recovery is there once interest rate issues are digested.

I'm Intrigued by the Recent Pullback in Aurora Mobile

While the Chinese company is still not profitable, it is cash flow positive.