The 'toy' company is just too cheap and attractive, right now; plus, those pot stocks are looking to be in a funk.
If you can stomach speculating and high risk could, try this trading technique on ADS.
I wouldn't be a put seller in KHC although bullish put spreads merit some minor consideration.
Here's how I see what's next for VXX.
I'd say the action of the past month indicates a short-term bottom is now in place and the next move is higher.
The company keeps raking in the dollars - and it's a bargain here.
IQ appears ready to break out just as the broader market stalls.
Amazon is primed to wake up from the dead zone.
IV is a reflection of what is going on and if IV is dropping investors are selling options.
This a name I own and trade often - and there's a reason for that.
This bullish trade in WMT makes sense as the holidays approach.
After rough year, ZUO looks like it might break out before earnings, so here's how to play it.
With chip stocks overall making a comeback, money appears to be finding direction to these names.
Of the department stores, JWN may be best positioned to make a long-run move.
With the potential TD Ameritrade deal, clearly E*Trade will not be 'talking to Chuck.'
Potential triggers in both the daily and weekly charts warrant attention.
The past two crossovers have produced strong moves to the upside.
There's a simple way to play this type of weird price action.
The same holds true for Apple.
Xerox or HP or both should consider going after DOCU, and here are two ways for investors to do the same.
TGT trounced earnings this quarter, but pay close attention to this key report on Jan. 15.
Here's a complex bet on TGT, as I have high hopes for this retailer's earnings on Wednesday.
Despite the move higher Tuesday, I want to jump on the train here with TLND as I believe the stock has an additional 10% to 15% upside by the end of the year.
There are notable things going on underneath the surface of the stock.
While SQ may be out of style in the market, I see a pattern that looks promising, and here's how to play it.
These options are dirt cheap.
We're seeing the combination of insiders buying with a technical breakout on the daily chart.
Despite some awful quarters, I see hope for the name, so here's how to play it with May 18 puts.
CGC reported a wider than expected loss that included a slew of write-downs leading some to conclude this a kitchen sink quarter.
I think VIX is going to stay sub-14 for the rest of the month, maybe the rest of the year.