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The most important market takeaway right now is that both the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 have filled their respective gaps and retaken their 50-day simple moving averages.
Here's why a Republican Senate and a Democratic White House and House, may be nirvana for growth.
While the market appears to be enjoying the election results (so far), here's my take on electric vehicles, health care, metals and restaurants.
The Fed has done a lot, and is willing to do even more, but for now, is watching Congress. The fiscal side is where the next shoe falls.
It also might give investors high blood pressure.
Market leadership may be lacking on Thursday despite rising trading volumes, plus an update on Apple, Microsoft, Mastercard, Amazon and Gilead.
The big insurer's technical indicators aren't conclusive as to the direction its shares will take in the coming weeks.
This move by Beijing comes on top of massive injections of liquidity into that nation's financial system earlier this week.
The nation enters an electoral season. The drug companies for the most part, have no friends on either side of the aisle.
I do think that this Fed Chair has learned to be cautious, in reflection of the policy errors made in late 2018.
When you're the most bummed out about how much you've lost, so is everybody else, and that's when they're willing to part with even the best stocks at really low prices.
With a discounted share price and health coverage proposals among politicians, there are multiple ways to play Cigna.
The impact of Elizabeth Warren is pretty much everywhere Thursday.
The Fed chairman's news conference threw markets for a loop with hawkish words that did not support the Fed's dovish actions.
A Japanese drink-maker, as well as Cigna and Yum! Brands' Pizza Hut, have been swept into the 'product politics' battle between pro-democracy demonstrators and pro-Mainland authorities.
This matters: Why the sudden 'weakness' across European debt markets?
The health services and insurance company appears ready to rally to the low $180-area.
For the major indices, Wednesday offered up a dangerous bearish reversal.
I've spotlighted three blue-chip companies with stock prices that are at ridiculously low valuations right now.
The free press that the progressive push for Medicare got on Tuesday morning is hurting the healthcare sector.
The health benefit giant's fundamentals are good, but there are more symptoms to consider for a proper examination.
The real takeaway for AMZN for me, and the main reason that I am even in the name on a semi-permanent basis, is AWS.
Has the sun set on what was the greatest wealth creator of any company when the stock traded north of a trillion dollars? No.
The RMPIA index was up for the year, while the S&P 500, DJIA, Russell 2000 and Nasdaq all finished 2018 in the red.
Look for the big-cap stocks that only come in on tough days -- and take advantage of their weakness at the open.