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Meta Platforms Shows Only Limited Potential Ahead of Earnings

The charts of Facebook's parent are going to need more likes and some aggressive buying before a sustained advance gets underway.

Here's How to Approach a Wobbly Walmart After It Drops an Earnings Bomb

A bit of advice for long-term investors and short-term traders, both of whom should be wary of the giant retailer's stock

As Trading Conditions Turn More Favorable, I May Snap Up Some Snap Options

However, keep in mind that the market likely is experiencing a bear market bounce rather than the start of a new long-term uptrend.

Dismal Disney Can't Even Enchant This Value Investor Right Now

There has been no magic in Walt Disney stock and the worst may not be over for the shares should the consumer struggle in a tough economy.

If the Market Is Ugly, Then Apparel and Specialty Retail Stocks Are Gruesome

Shares of many of these retailers are down more than 50% year to date and still may not be bargains even at their deflated levels.

Mattel's Charts Need to Turn a Little More Swell

The toymaker's technical signals are improving but it doesn't look like a buy yet.

Love Starts to Bloom in the Face of Recession

The company behind a popular dating app begins to see its shares make a move, so to speak.

Household Names Easily Could Abound in Next Year's Portfolio of Big 2022 Losers

Target, eBay, General Motors and Facebook's parent could be among the stocks in the 2023 version of the Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio.

The Charts Point to More Selling Ahead for 4 Former Tech Leaders

Keep in mind that no matter how much a stock has fallen, it can always go lower, and it appears these four stocks could prove that point.

McDonald's Stock Isn't Really Cheap, But Here's How to Trade It

Is McDonald's okay in a recession? I would like to see that debt load reduced.