|Day Low/High||134.97 / 135.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||116.77 / 163.94|
You should be thinking positively these days if your stock has had a run or even if it hasn't as a preponderance of good things is liable to happen.
Avoid one, use a put spread on another and a buy/write play on the third.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk must think harder before he says things to Wall Street. How about that wild Dow?
As investors decide what to do after a volatile three days, here are the business stories you need to know.
The daily chart is a little uneven but the weekly bar chart and the Point and Figure chart are strong, and support the quantitative conclusion.
Stocks shakes off earlier losses to trade higher as a positive quarter for Walmart and gains in the health care sector pull indexes into the green.
The Philly Fed manufacturing index was strong in May, rising 38.8 vs. 22.0 in April. Jobless claims fell to 232,000 from 236,000 last week. Walmart beat earnings estimates by four cents, earning $1.00 per share vs. the consensus estimate of 96 cents...
Three previous rallies to the 200-day average failed, but this one may be different.
The positions David Einhorn announced at recent investment conferences have usually worked against him. Will this year be different?
Prices are above the rising 50-day simple moving average line -- a plus.
A bullish -- yes, bullish -- factor is the large short position that has accumulated in the stock.
My thoughts on the day to this point: To the moon, Alice. China treads where the European Central Bank and the Fed already have in its rate cut this morning. Bulls emboldened and shorts on suicide watch. (Hat tip to Art Cashin) Panic short covering ...
Chart shows the trend is up, telling us that the stock has been under accumulation for a long time. We see even more upside ahead.
The stuttering market provided some bigs wins in energy for the bears.