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Repetition is the key to learning, but sometimes there is only so much you can learn before repetition becomes useless. I'll give you an example. In early 2005, my wife gently tapped me on the shoulder to tell me that the crazy heartburn she'd been ...
The trendy Chinese name is down some 13% on good earnings that apparently weren't good enough.
I like small oil stocks, and I'm watching recent high-flying Chinese names like iQIYI.
We'll see how things develop but today may simply be a healthy bout of profit taking after a good run.
I am looking to buy strong stocks on pullbacks in this sort of action.
Chasing high-flying stocks can be nerve racking unless you follow these guidelines.
Until that action dies it is difficult to be too bearish.
We have some softness in the early going, but for now I will maintain a bullish bias and focus on individual stock picking.
There was a brief bout of volatility on the Fed news yesterday but it seems to have been forgotten already.
While many video and online games are wildly popular, capturing gains in their parent company stocks can be tricky.
All three indices tacked on modest increases.
Stocks are showing resilience in the face of supplier order cuts from Apple and the trade fight at the G7.
Sharp reversals in momentum names warrant close attention
Stocks are back at the top of their trading range, with a bullish tilt.
The bulls are much better at this momentum thing than the bears.
The Russell 2000 ETF has hit a new high and China-related stocks are showing strength.
The key right now is to keep looking for those trading opportunities.
The stock market has repeatedly sold off on Trump-induced news like this only to end up higher.
Dip buying tends to beget further buying as anxiety grows over being left behind.