|Day Low/High||128.71 / 132.32|
|52 Wk Low/High||114.56 / 145.99|
For now, any rebound is a short-term trading opportunity and nothing more.
Rather than try to catch falling knives, traders should give a look at Merck, IBM and Procter & Gamble.
Casual observers might not realize that real sea monsters live under the placid surface of the deep green oceans before us.
Names like IBM and Home Depot drive up the Dow while Netflix and Facebook trip the Nasdaq 100. Let's check the rotation.
The most important issue right now is that bonds find some support.
Futures and computer programs appear to spur most of the action that was marked by light volume and new lows. Here's what to watch now as earnings from Netflix, IBM and others land.
It was what the St. Louis Fed President said regarding short-term rate targets that left the deepest impression.
The crisis in Ukraine underscores threats to the world and to companies big and small. Investors should take notice.
As in recent bear-market rallies, the most expensive stocks tended to outperform the most. This might be a sign that the market hasn't finished delivering some hard lessons.
The Grayscale Future of Finance ETF holds big potential, but will it live up?
If you are looking for entry points, this is tremendously difficult without some sort of consolidation first.
There's no way to sugarcoat tightening policy into a weakening economy.
After some digestion, we see big rotational action. Here's what to watch into Friday.
When it comes to finding a high-quality dividend stocks to own, the list of 'Aristocrats' is a great place to start.
Fielding some questions that were emailed to me: Given your food chain approach (no pun intended and you'll soon see why), what are some ways you'd be inclined to participate in plant based food adoption? Good question and one I've thought about a...
CSCO is still the largest supplier of computer networking gear even if that lead has dwindled.
I'm a little bit cautious on MDB, just look at the competition.
IBM, Intel, and Cisco have bright growth outlooks and should offer many years of dividend increases ahead.
In particular, there are fresh pockets of speculative action, thanks in part to Donald Trump's connection with SPAC Digital World Acquisition Corp.
The problem with trading a name like DWAC is that it sucks up a lot of energy.
Good earnings combined with positive seasonality bode well for more upside.
Here's what's keeping the rally running, even if trading is becoming volatile and inconsistent.
Plus, the Chinese government raised $4 billion in dollar bonds on Tuesday, borrowing on the cheap from the international community.
The move we're seeing is tough for underinvested bulls that need entry points and even tougher for bears that are trying to fight the strength.
A reader asks what the charts say about IBM after its move up. Here's what the charts say.
Let's see where traders could approach the long side of IBM.