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Carolyn Boroden of Fibonacciqueen.com reviews what levels and stocks to be aware.
Apple delivers a quarter that blows even haters away. More cash than many countries.
Following Apple's blowout results, futures were trading mixed ahead of the interest-rate announcement.
United Technologies, Boeing and ConocoPhillips report earnings Wednesday and are likely to see an impact from the high price of oil.
GE is expected to report a solid quarter, but Schlumberger may not be as lucky.
Some stocks were up big for no reason, and individual action is creating opportunities.
Cramer said stocks with high dividend yields continue to look attractive.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
Here's a continued look at the stocks that could determine the index's performance in 2012.
For the better part of a year, the Dow has forged ahead of all indices. That's about to change.
This rally is based on stronger retail sales and Europe being goaded into printing money and issuing euro bonds.
We'd be higher if it weren't for the gloom that's hanging over everything thanks to the missteps over there.
They get a lift from positive economic data, at least until the market's attention returns to Europe.
There's more drama in Europe and a slew of high-profile earnings reports in the U.S. this morning.
With the larger names, you can find growing dividends and decent yields.
Even though they're not reporting a slowdown, they're at the mercy of Europe and China.
Skepticism about the aircraft was so pervasive that some of these stocks are still bargains.
Despite the faltering economy, many companies in this sector are flying high and far. Consider them all for your portfolio.
U.S. stock futures are trading sharply lower, as markets worldwide sold off Thursday on fears of a slowing economy.
This steep selloff says the market is searching for the right multiple for this stock, and has yet to find it.
New doubts about the country's ability to slash expenses and avoid default are sending global stocks and Wall Street futures lower.