The macro environment is still full of land mines, and the disappointing results from big retailers definitely hint at the potential for a recession.
There's no doubt that the Fed Chair was about as hawkish as we have ever heard him, but his crew seemed to try to temper that hawkish posture.
Let's look at three tasty options for those willing to put their money where their mouth is.
Was that the low last week? Has sentiment changed? Let's see what the charts and indicators tell us -- and why you should look up (before we bump into resistance).
This is still just bear-market bounce, but that doesn't mean it can't run for a while.
Let's see what the charts and indicators look like.
It appears that hedge fund owner Michael Burry is betting against AAPL and Warren Buffett is betting on the stock. But let's look at their strategies and why they might both turn out winners.
Let's take a look at the charts.
Walmart is technically oversold, and deservedly so based on the fundamentals.
There is a high level of risk that the market rolls over again, but that risk will be minimized if we have some better chart development in the days ahead.