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How does one approach these markets? How does one interpret what they see before them?
Let's review the charts and indicators.
And as the semiconductor sector continues to shine, Brooks Automation is a name to keep in mind.
Good morning folks! As Doug heads off on vacation (something I'll be doing on Saturday myself), I'm sitting in today for him, and I'll be doing so again right before his return. We're in the second real week of the June-quarter earnings season, and ...
Things may pick up in the afternoon -- here is how to play it and what sectors to be wary of.
Despite energy's struggles as of late, Air Products and Chemicals has put together some impressive deals, solid earnings and a decent looking chart.
Micron Technology, Intel and Lam Research are good buys on this heat in semiconductors.
KLA-Tencor, Microsoft and Intel all report earnings after the close Thursday.
XLB offers the best way to speculate on the rebuilding/infrastructure theme.
These names are showing bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Currency traders see the Trump administration boosting manufacturing via a weak dollar.
After weeks in a sideways trading pattern, Air Products & Chemicals may be headed lower.
The forces that artificially impacted the marketplace return to normal; so will the marketplace itself.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
If you think the chemicals sector is primed for further highs, this is a good way to play.
GM is a textbook ascending triangle setup. It becomes a buy above $38.
Minority shareholders have long been at a disadvantage in Asia, but are starting to flex their financial muscles as the twisting story of Yingde Gases shows.
I prefer the one-way biased, at-the-money long call shooter trade expiring in March.
Versum Materials, a supplier to the semiconductor industry, began trading on the NYSE as a standalone company.