|Day Low/High||331.68 / 336.80|
|52 Wk Low/High||199.99 / 367.25|
Notwithstanding Europe's continuing troubles, the U.S. market should eke out an upward drift. With that in mind, here are some names to consider.
Also, three charts are trading below key moving averages and should be considered shorts when the market is weak.
These three stocks appeared to benefit the most from the broad action Tuesday.
We must hold at least the top third of yesterday's range to keep the upside momentum intact.
Futures are pointed higher as the world watches Libya and waits for Jackson Hole.
Sellers of puts and calls have an incentive to keep volatility low over the next few days.
A 2% gain on the Nasdaq with higher volume than the prior session would signal it's time to nibble.
Investors who focus solely on the negatives risk missing out on stocks that may be set up for rallies.
The recent technical damage done to the major averages will take more time to repair.
Today's action would normally be a buy, but we're still expecting some jobs data this week.
Investors are putting on their rally caps in hopes of reversing Tuesday's widespread selloff.
Investors should think twice about investing in highly levered businesses.