|Day Low/High||68.78 / 70.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||33.30 / 75.28|
Let's see what the charts and indicators look like this morning.
The market can still go higher, but the time has come for the slope of price discovery to normalize a bit.
Mike Cintolo and Jim Woods saw their top picks for 2018 rise 81% and 75%, respectively.
We're all hurt someplace and we're all looking for a painkiller." - Katherine, Looking For Mr. Goodbar As I have previously remarked there is an old trading adage that long trading opportunities often occur in stocks that are green in a sea of red....
Who are, and what are football stocks?
I don't see strong technical evidence to probe the long side at this time.
Time to ring the register on our speed date with MTCH and our spring romance with TTD.
U.S. markets had a strong day of trading Wednesday, closing the day in the green across the board.
FB will likely have no impact on MTCH in 2018, more likely in the middle of 2019 or even 2020.
If you own these, seriously consider locking in gains before they become the next casualties of war.
Six formerly hot stocks that crashed and burned -- and three still too hot to touch.
From a technical perspective, we're witnessing a solid breakout from a bullish flag formation.
IAC spins off Angie's List into a separate, publicly traded company that also includes HomeAdvisor. The media giant has also spunoff its Tinder and Match business, along with Expedia in recent years.
Match Group was started with an "overweight" rating and price target of $21 at Piper Jaffray on Tuesday.
Get your notepad out. Apple might not make it to $1 trillion.
Market players don't seem overly anxious to chase things higher.
Move to bring Spotify to the dating app has the stock breaking out.
Another busy day on the earnings calendar kept trading erratic again on Thursday, though the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to clinch slight gains by the end of the session.
Financial engineering by central banks has corrupted the way contrary sentiment works.
Conditions are still overbought, staying stubbornly sticky to the upside.