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The volume of shares traded has been heavier of late on down days, and heavier volume on down days is a sign that investors want out.
Worries over the presidential election and a slump in crude prices pulled the S&P 500 lower for its seventh session in a row.
On Tuesday November 1, investors will get quarterly results from Pfizer.
If you control your risk, then the returns will come.
You have to dig below the surface and develop a feel for what stocks are leading.
Biotechnology stocks can be risky but it's helpful to track them over time.
Better-performing stocks tend to stand out on flat market days.
We are seeing lower lows in the indices as I write.
It's challenging to put cash to work but I'll keep digging.
Meanwhile, I continue to hold long-term favorites like Energy Recovery, TPI Composites and Aratana.
Facebook has other growth drivers besides ad load, and those will help its continued ascension.
In honor of Friday's World Elephant Day, major tech companies including eBay and Etsy, are taking measures to combat illegal online wildlife trafficking.
Momentum is not diverging from price action even with a recent $4 upside burst .
Jim Cramer says Fitbit's CEO James Park has finally gotten in sync with Wall Street in terms of guiding earnings estimates.
These companies are finally fulfilling their promises to investors.
Etsy beat on the top line posting a loss of $0.06 a share on revenue of $85.34 million. Analysts estimated a loss of $0.01 on sales of $80.55 million.
On Tuesday, August 2, Procter & Gamble reports quarterly results and the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation gauge is released.
Another sharp decline in crude oil pulled the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average lower in a mixed start to the new month.
For the week of August 1, investors will be watching a slew of corporate earnings and the July jobs report.
Summertime is synonymous with outdoor grilling and burgers.
A couple of closes above $10 will help to strengthen the chart.
U.S. stocks slumped on Wednesday, following disappointing private sector jobs data.
These three are not the end. They seem to be the beginning.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Tuesday May 3, investors will get results from Etsy, CVS, Pfizer and Sprint.