This is not 'back up the truck' time, but I am seeing some interesting valuations.
Shares of the DVD kiosk and streaming video company have spurted higher, but buyers are playing with fire.
And the shares of smaller companies such as Vera Bradley show that a stock that may look like a bargain sometimes isn't.
The charts of the ride-sharing giant aren't sending positive signals.
We have three price targets.
There is risk associated with buying any retailer ahead of earnings at this point, but this guy dipped his toes in the warehouse club's shares anyway.
Until things start to improve for the average consumer, it is hard to see significant upward moves for either the markets or economic activity.
It will be interesting to see where traders might come in to cover shorts or to pick a bottom after the retailer's disappointing first-quarter results.
The macro environment is still full of land mines, and the disappointing results from big retailers definitely hint at the potential for a recession.
It doesn't take much imagination to see how the average consumer is falling behind and losing substantial buying power.