|Day Low/High||52.11 / 53.40|
|52 Wk Low/High||20.59 / 57.09|
In the short run it looks like shares of the auto retailer that just posted an first-quarter earnings beat can trade higher, though the longer-term trend is still bearish.
The direction of the market in the coming weeks will hinge in part on progress in reopening the U.S. and European economies.
More than 450 quarterly reports are on tap, including 105 S&P 500 constituents.
Alphabet's self-driving arm is getting funding from several high-profile investors. But no automakers are on the list.
This rally has been industry, not sector led, and it is all based on technology, whether or not market leaders reside within the Tech sector or not.
Rest up for a busy week that includes earnings from Apple, Facebook and Starbucks.
A shortened week still brings key economic numbers and earnings results.
My target price and panic points have changed, and I am watching for a chance to add or shave some off, depending on which direction the stock takes.
AN is pointed down, with no early signs of buying interest.
These names are not only showing bearish technicals, they received recent quant downgrades.
Cars and homes are supposed to be bad. So why are KMX and KBH so good?
Now there's no real crisis here. I think that money's still being spent, it's just being spent a different way.
Let's check the charts and indicators to see if we want to buy or lease.
Today's headlines may bring uncertainty, but this sector still looks good.
I think it very possible that there will be a positive reaction tonight, more likely based on what Tim Cook says.
Markets continue to meander between being slightly up or slightly down as equities struggle for a direction after yesterday's big slide. New homes sales for the month of February were above expectations with the average selling price 10% above the s...
This will be the ninth consecutive year when the big game tops that 100 million-viewers mark.
The Dow closed at an all-time high, finishing the day higher 0.34% to 23,515.30
My economist side would clearly prefer a rules-based approach toward monetary policy.
AutoNation's charts are lined up nicely for further gains.