I do not like to chase, though there is now at least a possibility that there could be an attempt made to fill the gap created by the selloff in July.
Let's check out the charts and indicators of this German software company.
The retailer's shares are jumping after it hired a former Target exec as its CEO, but whether the rise constitutes a breakout gap is unclear at this point.
I think both the U.S. and China 'get' the importance of at least setting up further talks, while coming away with something immediately understood by the public as positive.
LEVI is plunging as Wall Street pans its latest quarterly results, but I'll buy shares if they fall much further.
Prices gapped lower this morning in reaction to their quarterly numbers. Let's see how that may have changed a couple of charts.
I think an interested buyer would be wise to wait and see what the analyst community does in reaction to the guidance.
This isn't fundamental or a technical view, but speaking with Uber drivers who are positive - as I have - might go a long way towards helping turn sentiment around the company.
I have absolutely no interest in this stock until we have a handle on supply and demand after the lock-up expires.
Citigroup's upgrade of Uber to buy from neutral could be enough to generate some positive momentum for the ride-sharing company.
A place for HPQ in a portfolio with a mission statement geared toward driving revenue might not be a terrible idea.
Where's HPQ headed? We have some clues.
In a challenging market, this is a name I'd be comfortable holding.
What stocks to own in a tough environment for equities? PEP is one of those names.
The beverage and snack food giant posted better-than-expected third-quarter results but still needs to show independent strength in the days ahead.
Here's how I'm playing the stock based on its post-earnings history.
The charts of Stitch Fix could use a master tailor and aggressive buyers.
'Bottoming' and 'bottomed' are two very different things.
Gone are the days, when an investor can take one side or the other in Tesla for anything more than a trade.
Let's see what the trading into early next week brings before establishing any new trades in Micron.
I have made money being long Micron when I was sure that I needed to get out. I have lost money being long Micron when I was sure that I was right.
Let's see how the semiconductor company opens, trades and closes before deciding if it is a buying opportunity or the start of a deeper decline.
Look for cult love/hate to be quickly established on this IPO.
Does the Fed just keep injecting liquidity into money markets every single night forever?
I don't love it, but I don't hate it.
There are definitely worse places to invest than in the equity of BBY.
Shares of the electronics retailer have been trading sideways for months and its charts tell us neither buyers nor sellers have been more aggressive.
We may be better off examining the concept of a post-earnings trade.
The growth in e-commerce will be very closely watched by Wall Street as Nike reports earnings after Tuesday's market close.
Let's review a few charts and indicators to see if traders have positioned themselves for a bullish or a bearish earnings report.