|Day Low/High||23,61 / 24,50|
|52 Wk Low/High||5,25 / 25,83|
I will be looking at 11 names that are still due to report earnings and working on their charts.
Commodity weakness in base metals, notably copper, could weigh down the recovery, especially as the Fed concludes its economic stimulus program.
For investors deciding whether to invest in gold ETFs or gold miners, Chart Prophet's Yoni Jacobs is looking at Alcoa and Cliffs Natural Resources as upside stocks.
The daily charts for Cliff Natural Resources and Walter Industries look fantastic.
Under Armour showed relative strength during today's market pull-back and triggered our entry price.
We've added Exxon Mobil to our watch list, as a break above this key level could lead to higher prices.
Given these developing formations, here's how I'd look to play the stock.
Don't fall into the trap of thinking that you need to be placing a trade any time the market is open
Delta and Polaris will continue their ascents and Freeport and Cliffs Natural have more to their futures than Fed decisions, says Don Hodges, Portfolio Manager for the Hodges Fund.
Investor enthusiasm seems to be getting ahead of these companies' stories.
I see no reason yet to move away from our very defensive posture, even on a short-term trading basis.
These include VMware, Apple, Google, Cliffs Natural Resources, and the coal and financial sectors. By Bob Byrne A few comments on individual names to end the week: VMware (VMW) -- Absolutely beautiful-looking chart that should be on every momentum t...