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Investors Could Clean Up With Procter & Gamble, According to These Charts

Poor earnings could drain some of the momentum, but otherwise a brush with $140 looks clearly possible.

Waiting Out Entry Points in a Gold Mining ETF and an Entertainment Giant

We're divining the technical signs to find places to jump into VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF and Walt Disney Co.

Stitch Fix Shares Are Likely to Put Together a Move Higher

The charts and indicators of the online personalized apparel retailer look constructive enough to approach the stock from the long side.

Riding the Retail Roller Coaster

There is still money to be made, and lost, here.

How to Turn a Boring, Beaten-Up Stock Into Exciting Returns

Kraft Heinz has gone through an ugly period the last few years but now offers an opportunity to profit handily from its rough patch.

As With Real Estate, Location Dictates Which Homebuilders to Favor

It's important to focus on those builders that primarily operate in the fast-growing, business-friendly areas of the country.

Jim Cramer: Lululemon's Lulu of a Story Again Shows the Power of the Rich

The maker of athleisure apparel unveils an upside surprise that illustrates how spending by people of means benefits higher-end names.

Lennar Could Build Strength but Its Charts Are Mixed

The home builder's technical signals are not extremely bearish but aren't pound-the-table bullish, either.

Avoid Bed Bath & Beyond Until a New Uptrend Develops

There was a weakening technical picture for the housewares retailer even before it posted a surprise third-quarter loss.

Constellation Brands Should Give Investors Reason to Raise a Glass

Buyers of the beer and wine seller's shares have become more aggressive.