These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
Looking to eliminate company-specific risk? Here's how I'd play these two popular exchange-traded funds.
Selecting and buying the right shares produces big profits -- but only when the conditions are right.
Military contractors tend to have strong performance, even amid recessions. Here are three names that could provide steady income now.
The quarter ended with a flop and there's no sign the bear market is going to end any time soon.
A deeply disturbing Reuters report unearths a problem with Twitter that cannot be ignored. We must all take a stand.
LULU looks pointed down for a retest of its early July and late May lows.
The shares, which rallied for two months, have now turned lower again
I think hell may have frozen over, given the little-reported news from Cracker Barrel. Let's look at this deal, and see how hot it gets in the kitchen.
Previous tests were buying opportunities in October and May and June.
Demand isn't where it was in recent ... memory -- and inventories are up. Here's my concern on this tech name after it reports quarterly earnings.
Let's check the charts in this unsettled economic environment.
The central bank appears to be inflicting more pain on the economy than is necessary to slow job growth.
It won't be surprising to see the data begin to tilt toward lower inflation in coming months.
Here's what the stock needs to do on the charts before heading upstream.
The stock of the footwear and apparel maker is careening below our previous price target after offering a weak outlook.
Plus, Meta Platforms plans to cut back on staffing levels, and PepsiCo reportedly may do the same.
The hope is for an oversold bounce that lasts more than a day or two.
The overall technical picture remains extremely poor.
The charts of the trucking company indicate its stock is not a compelling buy at this time.
Apple no longer looks like a safe shelter to many, but what about the staples? Let's see where the 'Hidey Holes' are now.
ROIC is a valuable financial metric that can help identify the highest-quality stocks in the investing universe.
After Wednesday's bounce and Thursday's drop, here's how to look at the market moves we're seeing now.
Made up of floating-rate preferred stocks, my newest effort should have success that's more than 'transitory.'
The stock has not traded at $15 on a closing basis since 2014. Yes, 2014.
The veteran global macro hedge fund manager is making his strategies available to the investing public for less than 2% in fees.
Here's the 'situation' for FXI and one of its largest constituents.
FOFL (Fear of Further Losses) not FOMO is the proper acronym right now.
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A debt-load that appears to be growing and a cash balance that appears to be shrinking is a sub-optimal situation.