|Day Low/High||23.62 / 24.47|
|52 Wk Low/High||12.02 / 37.80|
If you're asking how much longer the market can ignore all the negative events that are so glaringly obvious, then you're not alone.
We don't have a lot of price history to work with on PING but aggressive traders could go long.
Buckle up for what is likely to be another eventful five days.
The market impact of the virus for U.S. investors has been seen in more pronounced fashion in Treasury markets.
I'm far more excited about the potential buys that I see this action creating than I am about the weakness.
My main focus is ending the year with accounts at highs and having plenty of cash on hand.
I still see nothing in the market action to suggest that a topping process has started.
Traders must guard against a squeeze in case the latest utterance on a potential trade agreement happens to be true.
The market may need some rest and consolidation, but that doesn't mean it will produce a lot of downside.
Here are seven factors the market can be thankful for as the holiday week kicks off.
Strong markets tend to stay sticky to the upside, and the mild pressure on the indices isn't preventing some good stock picking.
There still is no compelling reason to bet on a major market correction at this time.
Meanwhile, the mighty Apple continues to provide steady support.