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It's hard to say this will be a hole in one, but ELY appears like it will work higher and a breakout over the highs of 2018 will be possible.
These names are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
Technical indicators say you can play through for great gains.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer highlighted the rise of golf stocks like Callaway and Acushnet Holdings on Monday's edition of CNBC's Mad Money.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
It will continue to make golf apparel, but will stop producing balls and clubs amid declining revenue from its golf division.
Shoe giant should reveal details of pro athletes' endorsement deals.
After his recent investment problems, the pro golfer should stick with what he knows.
The golf company recently put up its best bottom-line in years.
The Donald's love of golf (and other factors) have the golf equipment maker teed up for a resurgence.
ELY looks good technically, but fundamentals tell a different story.
The chart also shows an upside price target of $15.50.
The trend in earnings surprises is surprisingly positive, especially given today's stock market action.
Stocks were kicked in the face pre- and post-Fed decision, so raise more cash now.
Watch for smaller stocks with good revenue and earnings potential.
Pro Golfer Phil Mickelson explains how math and science helped him play his best golf ever.
Alzheimer drugs with a focus on Merck will be on investors minds in the coming week, says Adam Feuerstein, Sr. Columnist at TheStreet.
Despite the recent insider buying at Callaway Golf, this seems like a bad time to start a position.
Searching for names that are undervalued on an asset basis but expected to turn around in the near term is actually something I have been doing all along.
Europe's economy is worse than its golf game, having won four of the last five Ryder Cups. Captain Davis Love III says this will be the best Ryder ever.