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Technically the selling action has been contained, but there are some reasons to be careful.
Some patterns reveal themselves easily, and you can spot them ahead of the computer programs. Here are examples of them, and how to act.
It looks like the Nasdaq 100 names have finished much of their correction and now it's the small-cap names' turn to take a hit.
Here I'll show you why it's time to take profits on growth favorites that make no sense on fundamentals. I'll also show you where to put your money instead.
Let's take a close look at one of the best-performing stocks since the pandemic.
The headline numbers don't present the full story of what is going on with the equity markets.
The charts and indicators on FSLY are mixed, so let's slow down and examine them.
Focus on price action but increase vigilance. Be ready to react if fundamental issues start to hit the market in a more systematic way.
Instead of scratching your head and saying the market defies logic, look to the Cramer Covid-19 Index.
In both 2000 and 2008, many smart investors bought into bullish narratives about high-growth companies that ended up falling apart.
I have a lot of respect for what the Japanese candlesticks add to the analysis.
The market is seeing a very intriguing mix of action as we enter the bulk of earnings season.
Let's use the chart of Fastly to examine the roles of price, trend, momentum, and volume.
While some growth stocks have been bid up to extreme valuations, others could look intriguing if markets see a meaningful downturn.
If a trillion dollar package were to happen, here are the companies -- and communities -- who would benefit most.
Let's check out the latest charts and indicators.
A long list of tech companies have taken advantage of favorable credit and/or equity markets in recent weeks.
This is a name I think traders need to be in before sports actually get going if they want to catch the biggest portion of the short-term upside.
This is a stock worth owning as telecommuting options are likely to outlive the pandemic.
I don't have a cute acronym, but I guess we could say this is the GPS to find relative value.
The challenge with today is the stock is no longer ridiculously cheap like it was in late April.
Here's a trade in the fast food name that's serving up amid the Covid-19 crisis.
It's possible you could wake up to M&A news one day and owning this stock will no longer be an option.
The ability of a company to instantly, seamlessly, and continuously integrate new code into their products/applications across an entire network may never be viewed as more important than now.
All three are names that can survive if the shelter-in-place order in various areas in the United States extends post-Easter, and they'll benefit beyond COVID-19.
This is the utmost important time to know thyself. You don't have to catch every bounce.
I would posit that when we see the excitement around General Mills and Campbell Soup wane, we'll find more stability in the market.
I still don't think it's a terrible time to begin accumulating shares in quality companies for the long-term.