CEO Elon Musk has hinted that the electric carmaker is close to achieving profitability, but let's wait for the 10-Q to know for sure.
There are a few things that are lining up nicely on the daily chart of the banking giant.
Almost all the commentary about the administration is negative, so when positive news such as the U.S.-Canada trade deal comes out it pushes the market higher.
Straying from these names could land you in quicksand as the 4th quarter begins.
It is this: Focus more on reacting to price action in a decisive manner rather than trying to predict what the market will do next.
It appears a whole industry is being shunned because of the yield curve.
Traders and investors could stay long HPQ with a stop below $23.
Unexciting stalwart General Mills offers that opportunity to investors at current prices.
The broader market is doing OK, but the retailer of household goods disappoints again and, like GE, sees its stock in a vortex.
The charts and indicators suggest that traders raise stops to protect some really good profits after the off-price retailer's strong run higher.