|Day Low/High||12.77 / 13.23|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.17 / 14.57|
Precious metals continue to soar and China names are under pressure.
It's a mistake to declare the action as either bullish or bearish.
Right now there's still too many pockets of good momentum to worry much about overall market conditions.
Here's what I'm trading and what's on my radar today.
Add a silver lining for your portfolio, with these 8 'poor man's gold' names.
Market players are trying to navigate the rotational action.
Here's a look back at how my recommendations worked out.
Both names receive quant upgrades and have strong charts.
These mining names look attractive at this juncture. But do your homework.
Sector rotations under the surface are much more volatile than what we see in the major indices.
Stock picking is becoming more challenging as the groups with the strongest recent momentum start to fade; I'm eyeing silver and semis.
Market is having trouble maintaining its strong start.
I'm feeling pressure to force some trades today, but I'm trying to stay selective.
These stocks show technical characteristics of changing course.
Teslas (TSLA) may not be the most reliable vehicles out there, according to the latest consumer reports survey.
Let's look at the relationship between symbols and performance.
I have narrowed down the mining sector to six names that are worth watching. By Tim Collins The miners have been a hot topic for quite some time now. Buying them has been difficult, to say the least, but with gold now showing some signs of life supp...
Junior miner Miranda Gold has acquired a new project amid a tough gold environment. CEO Ken Cunningham tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux why.
Coeur d'Alene Mines is currently the best play in silver. By Tim Collins Silver Wheaton (SLW) is my go-to gold standard (no pun intended) when it comes to the silver names, but when I look at this chart, I don't see a bottom. I don't see strength. I...
Although precious metals didn't get the move I was looking for today, I like the action.
NFLX doesn't get pinned too often, so I am looking into a lottery play.
With the words 'quantitative easing' in the air, who knows how much higher the market can go.
The selling seems to be more about the dip-buyers losing interest than rushing for the exits.