The charts of Facebook's parent are going to need more likes and some aggressive buying before a sustained advance gets underway.
A bit of advice for long-term investors and short-term traders, both of whom should be wary of the giant retailer's stock
However, keep in mind that the market likely is experiencing a bear market bounce rather than the start of a new long-term uptrend.
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.
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.
The toymaker's technical signals are improving but it doesn't look like a buy yet.
The company behind a popular dating app begins to see its shares make a move, so to speak.
Target, eBay, General Motors and Facebook's parent could be among the stocks in the 2023 version of the Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio.
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.
Is McDonald's okay in a recession? I would like to see that debt load reduced.