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The recent market leaders appear to be running out of steam, while stalwart stocks are grinding higher, with Verizon notable among them.
The research firms today put something in context that seems almost impossible: we are having a boom in the goods side, not the service side.
Here are three names among the Dow 30 that are setting up nicely.
Shares of the industrial and technology giant have been listless for quite a while but finally appear poised for a rally.
But that's exactly where we are right now, in this third day of the rotation, so here's your path to safety.
The buyers have decided that the researchers and doctors are going to beat the virus, so you better get on board or miss the move.
Negotiations on the next round of stimulus, more so than tension between Washington and Beijing, and more so than earnings season, will control short-term financial market performance.
Let's look at the stocks that will get crushed and that you can't touch right now.
It's imperative that people get back to work, so we have this great compromise -- let's see how it might play out.
Money movers are not buying protection for individual names, but they are starting to bet against the market en masse, while the Russell 2000 ran up 4% on Monday.
Several U.S. companies could benefit as Wuhan and the rest of China appear to open for business.
Once again, there is no urgency to build long term positions.
This precarious rally came on the back of oil production cut talks, but the equity markets remain in a downtrend.
There are 5 things that I would like to see happen here.
The technology giant has been in bearish mode for quite some time and likely will need to rebase before the coast is clear to buy it.
In a 3-part series, Jim Cramer goes through all 30 Dow stocks to evaluate what is safe to buy and what you should sell or avoid (like the plague).
These Dow stocks all yield above 3.3% right now, but are they worth the risk?
The human cost of the virus is real, so don't overlook that, but also know the companies who are in a position to benefit.
At least days like today, when we're told the coronavirus has 'peaked,' show us exactly where the coiled springs really are.
That's the question my wife asked me recently -- here's my answer.
From Danielle DiMartino Booth: 3M's stock decline yesterday provided a prism into faltering global demand punctuated by announced job cuts in its auto and electronics divisions; 3M's forward guidance, coupled with expectations within Germany's IFO s...
This coronavirus remains a China-centric problem? People are not yet dying in other countries. Do we have to worry here? That's the wrong question.
The news coverage of the coronavirus may be too negative and sensationalistic, but that doesn't help us to quantify the ultimate impact.
Let's instead do the kind of security analysis you have to do if you are going to navigate this moment.
Let's see what traders and investors may be thinking or how they might be positioned.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, not a man given to exaggerate, has referred to the spread of this coronavirus in China as 'a grave situation.'