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It appears many market participants are willing to take on risk at the worst possible time.
* Everyone has the right to change one's opinion if the facts change - but, respectfully, I don't agree with Eric Johnson's change of view from positive to negative - near term * I have recently grown more optimistic on both stocks and bonds * Tho...
A look at the charts of QQQ and SPY suggests a short-term turning point could be on the horizon.
* The market (and money) never sleeps -- and neither do I, it appears! * Futures began a steady rise at 6 p.m. Thursday and- most of the gains have held * The S&P oscillator remains oversold at -5.19%. * Liquidity is sparse and speculation has been ...
Shopping for store stocks? Let's see what the charts of Target and Walmart along with U.S. Census data say about the sector and whether they stocks are bargains or not.
It doesn't end well, and investors should resist the temptation to buy on weakness.
There isn't much to work with, but patient investors may find entry points after the implosion of both stocks.
This bear market has been unusual because it has proceeded on a rolling basis.
We ran, we ran all night and day... right back into U.S. Treasury securities, once again flattening the curve.
Here's how to play this beleaguered retailer right now.
We've reached the next phase of the bear market, as big names get hit.
I really am stunned by the hits to the quality of the balance sheet that both Target and Walmart have suffered.
It will be interesting to see where traders might come in to cover shorts or to pick a bottom after the retailer's disappointing first-quarter results.
... confirming the notion that corporate profit margins are in jeopardy as costs cannot be passed on It is now clear - after , , , etc. - that the notion, expressed by many bullish strategists, that corporate profit margins will be maintained or imp...
The macro environment is still full of land mines, and the disappointing results from big retailers definitely hint at the potential for a recession.
There's no doubt that the Fed Chair was about as hawkish as we have ever heard him, but his crew seemed to try to temper that hawkish posture.
Walmart is technically oversold, and deservedly so based on the fundamentals.
This week's earnings focus will be on the retailers with rivals such as Walmart and Target, as well as Home Depot and Lowe's reporting.
The most important issue right now is that bonds find some support.
The fact is that COST is the kind of retailer that does well when times are difficult.
Here's why the 'long/short' ASYMetric S&P 500 exchange-traded fund would make sense for investors right now.
For the life of me I cannot figure out why CEO Andy Jassy has shown to this point no interest in splitting the stock.
Perhaps the most impressive part of this story lies in comparable sales for the three months.
Open your eyes! Ignore Powell and go extremely long natural resources.
Market participants are still trying to sort out the impact of sanctions and the movement in bonds.
How will the extraction of all things Russian from worldwide participation impact the global economy?
Here's my strategy based on the charts of TGT.