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U.S. stocks remained under pressure as crude resumed its downward slide on Monday.
The grocer's short-term and long-term chart looks increasingly appealing from the long side.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday Mar. 3, earnings season is tapering off, but a few more reports are trickling in including Kroger.
Boom! The march of what I call the Connected Society continues. While you may think I'm cheering on Amazon's (AMZN) Alexa product (I do love it, BTW), I'm talking about Alphabet (GOOGL) throwing its hat into the same-day delivery of fresh groceries....
It was another extremely volatile session with the Dow tanking more than 400 points at its worst on Thursday.
My wife stopped by Target (TGT) yesterday because, well, it was open. I'm pretty sure they greet her like Norm from "Cheers" upon entry. She made a remark and it's something most of us already know well. She said, "Man, you can buy a lot of junk foo...
With earnings forthcoming, start with some bearish call spreads.
Stocks traded lower midday Tuesday as better-than-expected earnings from Verizon (VZ) boosted telecoms, while a disappointing quarter from IBM (IBM) dragged on the tech sector.
Jim Cramer says Microsoft (MSFT) will report a decent quarter, thanks to Windows 10, but he wishes the company would make an acquisition.
In Tuesday's analysts' actions, Wall Street is looking bright.
In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, Wall Street firms start coverage of Yelp (YELP) and Fitbit (FIT) and one firm has a bullish outlook on The Fresh Market (TFM).
The main indices tumbled as markets saw a broad-based selloff.
WWAV's Relative Strength Index is showing tremendous strength.
Income seekers have likely already shifted to the food producers.