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Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech
As political party conventions get under way, two companies are looking to turn a small profit on the 2012 election.
Analysts were caught off guard when Urban Outfitters delivered a hot second quarter.
I'm not sure I like the stock going into earnings, though. The chart on Urban Outfitters (URBN) looks set to pop into earnings. In fact, $33.50 on the initial reaction wouldn't be surprising and a 9% short interest could drive it higher. Urban Outfi...
As Urban Outfitters highlights, you must seize opportunities in this sector, rather than follow the herd.
Following the DJIA's intraday rise to 13,000 on Tuesday, the major indices' technical levels are in the spotlight.
This report was a blowout -- I don't see a lot of reasons to rain on the bulls' parade.
Traders awaited Greek debt-related news, testimony from Bernanke and some high-profile earnings reports.
Sharp selloffs of quality companies should be greeted with cheers, not jeers.
Dismal numbers from Abercrombie & Fitch and Urban Outfitters raise questions about the stocks' survival prospects.
The macro trends still run in their favor, but other metrics tell me these names are in for a disaster.
Momentum from Tuesday's heavy-volume rally in the major indices seems to have stalled.