Let's review the charts and indicators, and then revisit them in a few weeks.
The shares are now below the rising 50-day moving average line.
Online brokers like Robinhood are not making trading so easy because they love your account balance, but because they depend on it for profitability.
Traders could go long GS at current levels and add on strength.
Morgan Stanley's Down Under CEO has helped to move the shares from down to up.
Few who are buying these names on the Robintrack leaderboard are looking at the side that really matters.
The charts look like they can deliver results.
Negative interest rates and negative oil prices are not normal events, but they could be the new normal unfortunately.
The positives of the broker-dealer swamp any negatives for those willing to wait out the coronavirus-related volatility that has slammed its shares.
The decline in WFC started early and that should tell us something.