The essence of a bear market is failed bounces, and we have an epic one here on Tuesday.
Here's what the charts tell us.
Here's my target for AT&T, as the charts line up.
The auto parts retailer's third-quarter results trounced expectations, but its large debt and inventory positions offer reasons to pause before buying its shares.
Let's check out the technical condition of the stock.
Let's go MET? Here's how traders can play the stock now.
This trader will be eyeing The Trade Desk and QQQ to figure out what to do next.
A regulatory filing by the social media concern confirms some of the economic concerns voiced by retailers last week.
There was the 'momentum play' on Monday and not much else as portfolio managers resisted temptation to increase risk exposure.
You can make big money via buying low. You just can't prove it until later.
Let's look at the charts of QQQ and QQQJ and line them up against energy and see what we get.
Stocks spin, and that makes the market picture rather murky.
Let's check out the charts.
Here's where I see AAPL going and how to play it.
Why aggressive traders could get behind the GM wheel again.
China at a bearish extreme is an opportunity.
The noise around the markets is loud, distracting and sometimes obnoxious, but if you listen to it, you'll end up making poor decisions.
I wouldn't jump the gun on this name, but here's why I find it compelling.
Here are three names I have added to in May.
Here are our price targets.
Bears and bulls are trying to discern which way the market is flowing, though neither is secure in their position.
There is risk associated with buying any retailer ahead of earnings at this point, but this guy dipped his toes in the warehouse club's shares anyway.
Here's where the shares could rebound to.
Municipal bonds are cheap by almost any measure and they are an asset class that seems oversold at this point.
The crowd is essentially entirely on the bear side of the boat.
Bullish divergences may finally generate a bounce, Here's how to trade it.
While conditions appear favorable for a bear market bounce, let's not ignore the obvious.
Surprising even his own staff, the U.S. president overshadowed the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity.
Markets now have a new reversal to think about, but I think I have to be convinced before I can believe.
They are eager to make up for recent difficulties and are often more aggressive than normal.