The technical picture may be the most troublesome aspect surrounding COST.
What matters to me is that Costco's model works perfectly in a trade war. Oh, and irony of ironies: you know where it works best? Shanghai.
I had anticipated more volatility following earnings, but LULU bounced from the after-hours lows too quickly to create any hedge -- here's how it may work out going forward.
The Fed doesn't know what will happen, and they most certainly don't know what they will do in response when the worm does indeed turn.
Company takes on challenges to cut risk and raise return, and now the technical picture shows it's primed for a quick $5 to $7 move over the next few weeks.
The company continues to add new categories, expand geographically, and offer new ways to buy.
Is this name worthy of risk? My opinion is no, it is not.
Sure, many other big box retailers and niche retail names look better for investing, but M offers some fantastic volatility for a play.
The question is whether M can continue to fork over a dividend of its current size.
100% of all revenue producing models eventually fail unless there is some evolution. Adapt or else.
As far as the technical picture, momentum traders have to be drooling at this gap fill.
With competition from the likes of Sephora and slow revenue growth, ULTA seems to be losing its shine, but here's how to play it.
But if China trade talks fail, this shoe company could get tripped up, so here's how to play it.
Let's check the charts and technical indicators before we lace up a recommendation.
Nike is a name that draws a good amount of business from China.
Nothing from Alphabet's CEO changes has me thinking short. In fact, I'd use any weakness to consider a long side trade.
As leadership changes at the tech giant, the real driver for the firm remains the search engine, and the advertising revenue that it and YouTube can produce.
GOOGL said Larry Page is stepping down from his co-CEO position, and Sundar Pichai will be CEO of both Google and its parent company.
Despite fluff and puff of UNH's analysts' day, little here screams for getting in right now.
There is no doubt in my mind that the firm is executing at a high level.
Time to review the charts and indicators.
I don't have an inkling to go long or short. If I already held a position, I would continue to hold, but there's no trigger here to begin a new position.
I think AMZN could provide a good very short-term trade from the long side... this week.
The technical signs of the online giant are pointing its stock moving higher after an extended period of sideways action.
I expect Deere to continue on its downward path.
There's one key price level to watch for these shares now.
Despite strong results and steady guidance, I would prefer to see this one move on share price before going long on BBY.
The electronics retailer beat third-quarter earnings expectations Tuesday.
UBER had a chance to go up, but then came the bad news out of London; now LYFT looks like the better of the two.
Ride hailing-company has been stripped of its license to operate in London for the second time in two years.