Let's go back again to charts of VIAB.
I think the yield curve scare is noise.
Let's see how bad the charts look.
NVDA may be back in the game, but they aren't the star again. At least not yet.
After China's airline regulator put pressure on Hong Kong's main airline, pro-democracy protesters have decided to put pressure on the city's banks.
Nvidia is recovering well on Friday, but it may yet be in need of more help before climbing back to its 2018 heights.
Let's see what the charts say.
The lawnmower-engine maker seemed to be offering a 6.8% yield ... until management slashed the payout.
Should the early low of the day hold on Friday, these shares will have bottomed at nearly the same price for three sessions in a row. Is that meaningful?
Nvidia's second-quarter profits were well below its year-ago earnings but were nicely ahead of analyst expectations.
Let's see what the charts look like.
Financials and energy ETFs aren't faring well in the current environment, but there still is a way to make money on them.
A couple key charts indicate momentum in the company's shares is slowing, which could foreshadow a consolidation phase or a correction.
The strategy with Nvidia entails the sale of a bull call spread coupled with the sale of a bear put spread.
What I find most notable right now is that there are so few positive chart setups.
The risk/reward of being short U.S. bonds and long the S&P 500 for a trade makes sense at these levels.
When you hear hysteria over the inverted-yield curve recession fears, ask whether you are really going to sell all your stocks now, because of something that might happen far in the future?
Sure breadth was green, but Thursday's rally was still pathetic, especially as net volume was negative by almost a billion shares.
Despite only paying a dividend since 2011, Royal Caribbean offers value, growth, and a nice yield to boot.
Everyone seems to be either thinking we're going to hell in a handbasket or that we're strong and nothing's wrong -- here's my take.
With WMT's U.S. dominance, these are the two big waves of momentum it needs to ride to revalue shares in the long term.
Here's a good reason to pay a visit to the charts and indicators of BA.
After falling from around $240 to around $140 at the end of July, BYND may have triggered a pattern that will carry it to around $100 and fill the gap of early June.
The retail behemoth reported strong sales growth above expectations, and gave new guidance that suggests the king of retail isn't too worried about a recession.
With tariffs looming and hard competition, here's how to play the mega-retailer after earnings.
The key to WMT is consistency.
All major market indexes other than the Nasdaq-100 suffered significant damage Wednesday.
Revolve Group and The RealReal have had a few rough weeks, but let's see what their charts may say about the road ahead.
Let's check out the charts of this global glass container maker.
U.S. retail sales have risen at WMT for an unparalleled consecutive 20 quarters.