Just as it was in rejecting the overwhelming negativity in late 2022...
Let's look at what separates great trading from bad.
This week was good for the bulls, but we have no promises the action will continue, and narrow market still haven't left us.
Let's check the charts -- and look back to the anchovy collapse of the 1970s.
Here's an updated look at the charts of EQT.
The S&P 500 in particular is now 20% off its lows, so we're again officially in bull market territory, but what really matters is the overall price action.
The shares have been in an upward path the past 12 months.
The electric vehicle maker's stock already was trending higher and is receiving a boost from a deal with GM to use Tesla charging stations.
The big caps turn out big again, with Apple, Microsoft and Nvidia at the wheel.
Let's check the charts are MU pulls back to its breakout point.