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Apple's earnings will be in the spotlight on Monday, kicking off a busy week of quarterly reports.
I have been holding some of these names for so long, I think they are beginning to rust.
Alan Knuckman of Trading Advantage reviews performance in the GDX and a new set up in U.S. Steel.
Coal, steel and other basic materials are in favor. By Bob Byrne We're seeing very strong buying right out of the gate in stocks like Walter Energy (WLT), Peabody Energy (BTU), Vale (VALE), Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) and U.S. Steel (X).
Difficult resistance is clearly overhead, and technicals suggest a substantial impending pullback.
Summer could bring some surprises for the Euro and Yen trades against the U.S. dollar, EverBank's Chuck Butler tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux.
I am buying long-dated bull call spreads within the mining-and-materials sector.
Finally, we have some signs of a reversal pattern in the works. By Tim Collins U.S. Steel (X) may be setting up for a rebound. I happen to really like coal for the second half of the year, but I would say steel is a close second, so U.S. Steel can g...
Quarterly reports continue to roll in this coming week as investors get results from Facebook, Pfizer and General Motors. TheStreet's Brittany Umar has the details.
This earnings season will have its share of nasty surprises, regardless of what the perma-bulls say.
There's gold in one of these hills. You just have to do some mining.
Gold has struggled in recent months, but a play on currencies may be in the card amid recent economic changes, EverBank's Frank Trotter says.
It's another quiet day in the market, and compelling set-ups are becoming more scarce.
Gold prices may be in for a long fight as the Group of Seven countries issued a statement on Tuesday about exchange rates.
Phil Streible, Sr. commodities broker at RJO Futures, says meeting of European finance ministers this week will focus on the growing international currency war.