|Day Low/High||51.71 / 53.67|
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As the president's press conference on China approaches, there is ample reason for some risk-off behavior. Meantime, Zscaler's earnings beat is a good time to take a profit.
The massive movement toward sector ETFs is just simply not prudent. Here is why.
Buckle up for what is likely to be another eventful five days.
I have to wonder if the advent of increased exposure to technology has something to do with the incredibly broad lack of situational awareness.
Swans are graceful creatures. This one is going to gracefully place a minus sign in front of your P/L.
China data is ugly, evaluate your portfolio with that in mind -- and watch nonfarm payrolls on Friday.
The longer prices remain at these levels, the greater the impact upon the 50-day average. Here is what we need to see to reverse it.
Five Below's earnings and sales growth is impressive, but earnings per share comparison to its direct competitors make it expensive.
Five Below shows there are still ways to win in the uncertain retail environment.
Be careful with AMC, cheap stocks are not always inexpensive.
These names are displaying bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
All of what happened this week has had quite the impact on Treasury prices, US dollar valuations, and commodity prices.
The bigger picture is still really US/Chinese trade, and the protection of US intellectual property rights.
Most of all, we have all learned that, no..... it doesn't come easy.
Better slam on the brakes. Debris on the tracks -- aka, The Joint Committee for Taxation.
It's hard to get excited about Tuesday Morning despite its efforts to improve its results.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer would rather purchase shares of Burlington than discount retailer Big Lots.;
If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.
Stocks inch higher after Federal Reserve Chair Yellen telegraphs a rate hike as soon as this month.
On Friday, March 3, investors await speeches from five Federal Reserve officials.