The next move for profit-seeking investors is what I call the 'death short.'
Carpet tile maker Interface Inc. is out of favor at present but its history indicates that it could pay to buck the consensus now to cash in later.
The maker of medical and industrial products had been underperforming the broader market but looks primed to move higher.
It's a bullish picture for the producer of iron ore and steel.
The steelmaker's charts are bullish.
Among the names that felt pain were NL Industries, Fossil Group and Manchester United.
The company is closing ranks against unprecedented pressure from activist investors.
SMP's low multiple, and attractive dividend and EPS, make it an easy buy.
The near-term direction of the technology and manufacturing giant's shares isn't clear from its technical patterns.
TrueCar and Intervac Inc. are the names that are worth exploring.