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The 20% decline in the Shanghai index could portend that the Chinese may be on the verge of giving in.
Some stocks can't go up forever and others deserve a little time in the sun too.
The president's tweeted vitriol to trading partners will weigh on global industrials.
It doesn't matter whether the market is up or down, it just keeps making stupid decisions especially during earnings season.
If you can't deal with the volatility, go all index funds.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
The rally caught me by surprise because the reaction at the opening was so viscerally negative toward the cyclicals.
Here are some options strategies for this FANG name into tomorrow's report.
I can see some improvement in the charts and indicators.
From United Rentals to GE, they're still underpriced.
Slowing growth and global trade are beginning to be priced into shares of industrials, turning them into value plays.
Industrial stocks do well during worldwide growth, but a trade war with China could spell trouble, Cramer says.
The PRC is the paper tiger and we're the tiger that just woke up and is sick and tired of the beatdown the Chinese have delivered.
Charts suggest shares of 3M have further to fall.
Our GLUM Index stocks will be hit hard by this trade war.
Taking the measure of what's keeping the markets in the dumps.
Financials are catching a bid Wednesday as the smart money moves in.
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The growth driving many U.S. companies shares is disproportionately centered in China.
This underperformance is being caused by pockets of weakness in bigger-cap names.
Without that natural base of short coverers, you get no bounce.
One potential strategy for dividend seekers is to identify stocks that have historically increased their dividend payouts.
I suspect to see some positive positioning in front of tonight's reports.
Have all of the instruments dropped? Have all the Achilles' been ruptured?