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Good morning folks, and welcome to Tuesday, September 10. I'll be taking the wheel from Doug today. It's one that will have a few earnings reports from HD Supply , Dave & Busters and GameStop as well as some economic data in the form of weekly MBA A...
President Trump uses economic leverage instead of infantry divisions to defend U.S. interests, and Advanced Micro Devices regains lost ground.
The charts and indicators of this industrial distributor are mixed to maybe bearish.
You may recall that TME, the Chinese Music streaming business that IPO'd last December, while not a trade related play, certainly would be a Chinese growth play.
The narrowing of spreads on Treasury notes remains a matter of concern, as we also look at Coupa Software.
Domestic growth levered to small business? It may be precisely where you have to be.
Bullard's consistency, Amazon at $1 trillion, AMD's Su advantage, and more.
Is an emotional selloff on Howard Schultz's departure precisely when those on the sidelines should strike?
Major indices are overbought, except for the Russell 2000.
The stock gets past a head-and-shoulders pattern it had formed recently.
Stocks hold losses as Wall Street waits for direction on the Trump-Russia scandal, the U.K. elections, and eurozone monetary policy.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
On Tuesday, March 14, investors await quarterly results from HD Supply.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from HD Supply Holdings released on Tuesday before the markets open.
Shares of HD Supply were lower Tuesday after the stock was downgraded to SECTOR PERFORM from OUTPERFORM at RBC Capital Markets.
Stocks hold modest gains as voting members of the Federal Open Market Committee convenes for their widely anticipated meeting.
Check out the names that are showing technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the last week.
All I can say is, this group needs to snap out of its funk, or the stocks will just get worse.
Don't expect the home improvement giant to succumb to the same pressures as its peers.
The stock has taken a beating and there's still a lot of debt, but it could be a buy.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said investors should take HD Supply's lackluster quarterly results seriously.
Stocks fluctuated on Wednesday morning as investors stood on the sidelines until any further rate-hike clues surface.