|Day Low/High||15.99 / 16.29|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.12 / 16.65|
Let's pick apart the wild ride on Monday -- how the selling dried up as soon as the move down -- and see what it all means.
I'm particularly drawn to the bullish crossovers in the MACD and Full Stochastics indicators occurring in oversold territory.
These 'bearish bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
It can be hard to regret even profitable trades when your investment philosophy typically has you out of stocks early.
BH is down on no particular news, but VG is trading at an 11-year high.
Fitbit, FreightCar America and Vonage Holdings all got nice boosts from their latest earnings report.
The euphoria has calmed down, and if stocks can consolidate, we will have some better entry points.
Both leverage 'Communications Platform as a Service' technology.
Shares of Fogo De Chao, Vonage, Corrections Corporation of America and FreightCar America all took hits Tuesday.
Reports like these are largely overshadowed by those of more popular names.
Oppenheimer raises its price target on VG following a strong quarterly report.
Investors react differently to two airline companies quarterly results, while Tesla prepares to report after the market close.
Vonage reports solid third-quarter results with the platform in its portfolio.
Sidoti sees strong growth in Vonage's business segment, thanks the acquisition of Twilio rival Nexmo.
Baird analysts initiate coverage as Vonage's Nexmo strengthens its role in global messaging.
The overall technical condition of the indices remains negative.
Ideally I'd like to buy a negative response to Janet Yellen tomorrow.
It is starting to poke its head above key resistance.
Craig-Hallum's George Sutton raises Vonage target price on Nexmo acquisition.
Don't fight speculative action that keeps sending prices higher.
A bunch of oil stocks have gotten ahead of themselves and are particularly vulnerable if crude stalls.