The combination of little earnings growth, a deeply inverted yield curve and a likely credit crunch ahead makes it a good time to take a break from trading.
The charts of the producer of metallurgical coal indicate it could be poised for an upside breakout.
The ETF offers exposure to the biggest names in retail and could gap higher or lower depending on the earnings news flow this week.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
The used-car e-commerce platform has had a nice few days, but the short squeeze play could decline quickly if momentum traders exit.
The stock of the maker of water heaters appears to be in a bullish trend.
Either the big-caps need to weaken or smaller stocks need to strengthen, but at some point the gap is going to close.
Plus, defense chiefs testify before Congress about hypersonic weapons and the ability of the U.S. to defend itself against them.
Wednesday's selloff after the lodging platform issued a disappointing outlook may not be a buying opportunity due to other obstacles it faces.
You may find some arbitrage opportunities or mispricings overnight, but the odds are not in your favor until we see substantial volume around the clock.