These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
The stock of Yelp appears headed higher on a report that TCS Capital Management wants Yelp's board to consider strategic alternatives.
If this fine is paid in full with no appeal and or no settlement, that would leave a nasty mark.
The stock could jump higher in the weeks ahead.
The Mouse House isn't going to die. It will just continue its slow-burn into irrelevance and cash-burn from the streaming wars.
Bringing back CEO Bob Iger was the right call at the right time.
The stocks owned by Berkshire Hathaway provide a decent amount of diversity, but keep in mind they are for the investment-minded.
Either or both could move the market significantly, so now isn't the time to roll into anything, long or short, with significant size.
Though the market reacted well to results from the two tech giants, the first-quarter economic growth estimate isn't encouraging for what may lie ahead.
From recent price action, we can get a clear view of where to look long and where to cut a position or look short.