Let's visit with the charts and indicators to see how things are shaping up today.
I have no idea whether IBM is in the process of a fundamental turnaround, but this point-and-figure price target has my attention.
The department store retailer needs to see more bullish price action before concluding that a rally can be sustained.
The Chinese seem to have badly miscalculated President Trump's resolve to achieve a trade deal that looks out for American interests.
With trenches being dug in the trade war, there's a good chance Asian equities will drop 5% to 10% according to one observer.
The bulls have their work cut out for them to get this market back on track, but at least the China trade talks did not turn into the disaster that many were anticipating.
China's stock markets dipped briefly into the red, then closed up almost 4% as trade taxes on $200 billion in goods rose to 25%. What's going on?
China has a lot more ammunition than Trump or his advisors are telling him.
Shares of ABC found buying interest in the $72-$70 area in late December and again in April.
The e-commerce company's guidance might be the main culprit for its share price erosion after reporting first-quarter earnings that came in above estimates.