We've got fear of missing out and wariness that the market may keep running away to the upside.
Here's how to play Peabody Energy as it looks like it could fire up over $25.
Six investment advisors discuss their favorite ideas in a range of commodities, including gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and copper.
The grillmaker's stock has traded wildly and heavily at times, most recently this week after it posted its latest results on Monday.
I'm not aggressively bearish, but just waiting for better technical conditions.
The big retailer's second-quarter results were atrocious and so is its balance sheet, which makes it a stock not to buy right now.
There are reasons to be optimistic about Hims & Hers Health and OptiNose Inc.
The data are causing some concern now that substantial gains have been achieved from the June lows.
Getting caught in a short squeeze without an exit strategy is an even worse feeling that getting hit with fear of missing out on the way up.
The intraday reversal Tuesday may have cooled off the momentum and will allow some consolidations and pullbacks to develop.
I think the most troubling data-point Tuesday was the analysis concerning contract or 'home-purchase agreement' cancellations.
Here's how to invest in stocks that got beaten up simply from market conditions.
The tortoise of Japan may be far behind the hare in the West, but Tokyo is pacing itself for steady multiyear growth.
Let's check on an infinitesimal shift in the indicators we saw Tuesday.
Short-squeezes, stock rotations and parabolic S&P moves rocked the day.
With oil down over the last two days, BP's stock has held up.
To justify buying at today's prices means that one expects a new Bull Market leg - something I remain dubious of.
Some top analysts are flashing a yellow light on the network equipment maker ahead of its quarterly report and amid tightening competition. But is caution really warranted for long-term investors?
The potential offerings from Roundhill aren't geared solely to the retail investor but also could interest smaller institutions and other ETF issuers.
It's likely to occur on a rolling basis and won't be that evident in the senior indexes.
The numbers from the home improvement retailer were decent and its outlook is OK, so here's a play involving stock and options.
It's normal for investors to want definitive answers about trends, but it's not realistic.
The report from New York is certainly consistent with what one would expect to see as an economy heads either into recession or more deeply into recession.
Economic growth is viewed as not hot enough to drive inflation and not cold enough to cause a recession, but is that really the case?
This notable Wall Street trader refuses to see the glass as half full right now, and a key SEC filing shows a potential play for fast traders.
For the first time in over a month we had the S&P 500 up and breadth didn't play along. Let's look at resistance -- and a chart you should be watching.
Let's look at whether we're seeing a bear market bounce and if money is still chasing too few assets, as well as what could trigger the 'Mother of All Squeezes.'
Here's why the market continues to frustrate investors.
Here's how to play Palantir after it released earnings.
When will this bear market end?