|Day Low/High||198.72 / 205.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||194.55 / 236.86|
Continue to hold recent longs risking a close below $149 and buy more on a close above $165.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
These companies have been the stars of the quarterly earning show so far.
This market clearly has no clue what to buy, with strong GDP growth but challenging trade dynamics and the Facebook and Twitter bombs last week.
There are enough bullish signals on HON to give traders and investors confidence in the long side.
The quality of stock performance is once again important.
Earnings have been strong, and analysts will soon start to concentrate more on actual weakness than shadow-boxing weakness.
The indices are holding up but the underlying action has been quite chaotic.
The biggest challenges are that price action is lacking a clear trend and that momentum is mixed.
How can this be? Let's take a look at the camps so we can figure it out.
The entire aircraft industry is frantically trying to meet the demand for planes.
The market got crushed on Wednesday because of President Trump's decision to review tariffs on $200 billion more of Chinese exports.
From United Rentals to GE, they're still underpriced.
Industrial stocks do well during worldwide growth, but a trade war with China could spell trouble, Cramer says.
The PRC is the paper tiger and we're the tiger that just woke up and is sick and tired of the beatdown the Chinese have delivered.
After two tests of support in April, shares have rebounded above their 200-day moving average.
The groups that are winners will stay winners as long as interest rates maintain their downward trajectory.
The growth driving many U.S. companies shares is disproportionately centered in China.
Fridays are tough because of Chinese retaliation in what's become a hot trade war as the US fights back.
The creature from beneath your bed, or from the darkest recesses of your closet, can still spook the marketplace.
The S&P 500 isn't making new highs, a worrisome sign for stocks.
This feels like the 1990 Iraq crisis, where the Dow sold off every Friday amid fears of what the weekend would bring.
From regulatory rulings, to blocked mergers, the attitude from Washington is very different this year.
While flash and DRAM memory makers rose, Intel was held back by talk it may bid for Broadcom.
Honeywell shares are in a medium-term correction but aren't yet significantly oversold