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With the words 'quantitative easing' in the air, who knows how much higher the market can go.
Play the good action in individual stocks and don't worry about a big market shift.
The selling seems to be more about the dip-buyers losing interest than rushing for the exits.
I'm refining my buy list and prioritizing the names I'm pursuing as charts develop.
Here are a few names that have solid foundations and are moving up on higher volume.
The flippers are hitting this open pretty hard. That said, the bulls haven't given up yet.
All it took was a whisper in the Journal to send this market rocketing back to the upside.
Many stocks have been rallying to new highs lately -- here's how to track the best entry levels.
While many recent IPOs struggle, InvenSense and Imperva keep moving ahead.
There isn't necessarily any correlation between the way stocks trade and the feeling about the economy.
Shrewd traders know that chance is a big part of trading -- but success comes from thoughtful management thereof.
The market's lack of leadership is frustrating traders who seek some year-end action.