There are plenty of stocks that look like value plays but aren't as the market continues to drag more share prices down.
Selling by skilled traders who are reading the technical signs and are trying to cut their losses could propel stocks even lower.
The charts of the online giant are casting a bearish hue.
Such selloffs increase the potential for the market to find support and then bounce as we head into another earnings season and positive year-end seasonality.
We know there are quick and often violent reactions to the Fed's pronouncements, so be prepared, even that means sitting on your hands.
In advance of the homebuilder reporting its third-quarter results, the charts are suggesting its shares could see more weakness ahead.
The Fed chairman will state that the central bank is still data-dependent, but the market will look for clues about the potential for another rate increase.
The U.S. Department of Health has announced that it favors reclassifying marijuana, but traders would do well not to be sucked in by the recent surge in cannabis names.
The charts of the medical device company indicate its shares may have topped out.
Traders would do well to take a wait-and-see approach to the market ahead of the Fed's next meeting.