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Charts of Sharpie Maker Newell Brands Aren't Too Sharp

The technical indicators of the maker of a diverse roster of household products were bullish but have turned moderately bearish.

3 Recent IPOs With Rough Starts and Differing Levels of Appeal

The debuts of Robinhood, Krispy Kreme and Dole were less than stellar, but one of the trio might be worth a good look right now.

Apple Selloff Setting Up as a Buying Opportunity

A pullback to a key support level would make an ideal entry point for an investment or a trade.

Wingstop Ready to Take Flight Based on Its Charts

The technical signals of the seller of chicken wings are largely positive.

Mattel Is Still Swell Enough to Continue to Hold

The charts of the toymaker remain constructive.

Now That Netflix Is Down, Is the Stock a Buy?

Not quite yet, but if shares of the streaming giant pull back to a key support level the potential reward in a trade would appear to greatly outweigh the risk.

China Puts Curbs on Private Tutoring, Mandates Higher Food Delivery Pay

Chinese regulators do not care how much stock market destruction they cause in the process of imposing these rules.

Jim Cramer: Operating 'At Scale' Puts 3 Restaurant Names Far Above the Crowd

Chipotle, Domino's and Starbucks are the only food and drink purveyors to come through the pandemic stronger than before; here's why.

Arlo Technologies Could See More Weakness Ahead

The charts of the provider of home security hardware and services are unattractive.

Dick's Sporting Goods Sports a Few Bearish Clues That Give Us Pause

The patterns suggest the risks of a reversal in the shares of the sporting goods retailer have risen after its terrific run so far this year.