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Let's see how the charts are positioned after earnings Monday.
Can corporate America grow sales for the fourth quarter? Then answer a question with a question.
Traders should wait for price strength and expanded volume.
Interpreting the flow of capital in theory, or at least historically, for equities is quite simple. It's about growth, or the lack thereof.
Longtime readers know that I have a fondness for both McCormick & Co , as well as International Flavors & Fragrances , and given the pandemic I see both benefiting rather nicely. We had confirmation of that thought this morning with McCormick's quar...
The direction of the market in the coming weeks will hinge in part on progress in reopening the U.S. and European economies.
Amid the sea of news hitting the tape this morning, here's a short list of Upgrades and Downgrades. Upgrades: International Flavors upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Wells Fargo; Target raised to $150 Juniper Networks upgraded to Buy from...
Alright, let's talk stocks to watch with an aim toward picking them up at much better prices than several weeks ago. Here's the list I'm watching, some of which are Trifecta Stocks and Stocks Under $10 holdings: Alibaba : Especially as China gets ba...
We play the game in front of us. We try to excel in the environment provided.
IFF gets a boost from our quantitative analysis upgrade -- and now the $180 area is our first upside price target.
Holiday shopping is big, but so is holiday eating, and here are several names with healthy dividend yields to chomp into.
Ingredion recently inched up its new quarterly dividend, and while the nation's corn production woes may cause a headwind for the company, its ample cash offers security.
Molson Coors, Target and International Flavors & Fragrances have all performed well since being singled out.
International Flavors & Fragrances is a top-quality name that now sits near a four-year low, despite being poised to set new earnings-per-share records this year and next.
Steadily, the once-revered markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China have become hazardous places to do business.
The Chinese currency, the yuan, was permitted on Monday to smash through what has been considered to be the important psychological level of 7 to 1.
Investors on the hunt for safe-haven stocks need to be wary of dividend yields that look too good to be true.
Here's what investors should be watching this week.
Let's check those charts and technical indicators in light of the negative reaction to their latest numbers.
China trade discussions will continue to be a key driver in Wednesday's market action.
Nvidia and Coca-Cola are just two names set to report. Here's what to key in on.
Falling markets are a good time to check out bargains like high-quality, but little-followed Sensient Technologies.