Looming price data and expected volatility could offer opportunities for very short-term traders, but building longer-term positions is a tougher task.
The Inflation Reduction Act contains about $430 billion in new spending, a big chunk of which goes toward clean energy.
As our appetite expands to 'take what we can get' investments, let's look at three funds from Global X and see how they stack up against major index funds.
Here's the shift in the narrative I expect over the coming days.
The CPI report Wednesday is going to cause a more careful examination of inflation, a hawkish Fed, and a potential recession.
The restaurant chain reports quarterly numbers Wednesday.
GFS topped an excellent quarter with strong guidance.
That's the big question facing market participants, and here is a key stock index point to watch to see which side to take -- plus a steelmaker trade to consider.
The biopharmaceutical company could offer a buying opportunity on a pullback based on its chart.
The argument over whether the market has priced in the macroeconomic negatives will be tested when the July CPI and PPI reports are released.
Can or will any of these revived meme names strike while the iron is hot, so to speak?
None of the stocks on my 'Sweet Seventeen' list of best ideas are even remotely close to what I calculate as fair values over the coming 12-24 months.
Let's check all the boxes on market sentiment, breadth, positive divergences and index levels.
Look for more positioning on Tuesday ahead of two important economic reports.
The stock has surged amid an analyst upgrade.
The stock just tested the underside of the declining 50-day moving average.
Here's what the longer-term picture looks like.
Sentiment is starting to turn bullish, but painted with a skeptical eye as the wall of worry is up high.
The shares gapped lower as the chicken supplier reported quarterly numbers. Let's check the charts.
A hardware giant and a biotech focused on ocular diseases have seen insider buying of late.
Let's look at the charts and indicators.
While there are plenty of serious arguments that justify this strength, the primary reason that it's so strong is mainly due to positioning.
We know the federal government will be a buyer, as will the private sector, but there are challenges in this environment.
We could see some further price recovery in the short-run.
The charts of the entertainment giant are modestly positive before it reports fiscal third-quarter results after Wednesday's close.
Traders should be aware that there are a number of favorite tech plays that will be reporting results after Tuesday's close.
With its economy in recession, Hong Kong is finally recognizing that it must 'live with Covid' like the rest of the world.
The charts and indicators of the operator of a cloud-based artificial intelligence lending platform are largely bearish.
However, the July Consumer Price Index report later this week could change things.
It's difficult to see how this bill is a broad win on inflation.