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Periodically reviewing them along with the winners provides valuable insight into the economy and the overall market.
It's the subtle clues, not the big headlines, that can determine which stocks to target.
Look at these punch lines and you'll see some short-term trades. And please tip your waitresses.
These stocks could get a lift from a market rally, but the charts are bearish.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Energy Transfer, Ross Stores and Walter Industries.
Bennett Freeman at Calvert Investments predicts natural gas and water stocks will outperform 'dirty' energy plays like coal.
The SPY chart is starting to fulfill the breakdown requirements, but this is only one day.
Three stocks have been left in the dust, but one chart looks the weakest.
That means it's time to look for a long position, and one name stands out.
Coal is dirty, dangerous and hated. But it's also one of the cheapest and most abundant fuel sources in the U.S.
Higher fuel prices are leading to downside in Europe and Asia today, and U.S. indices look set to follow suit.
These underperformers are looking poised to catch up with the broader rally.
For those unwilling to wait for a pullback, there are plenty of opportunities -- but be careful.
U.S. futures are pointing lower despite some big deals in the offing.
Time to commit to natural gas and make an aggressive play with aggressive exposure.