Let's see what the charts have to say.
Puts tend to work very nicely when the market is in a panic, but getting in early can be tricky.
Watch maker Fossil Group and Argentine farming giant Cresud have seen their shares plunge amid a market that steadily marches to all-time highs.
I am carrying a large cash balance -- but not because I'm bearish.
If tempted, don't forget HPQ will report the firm's fourth quarter performance next Tuesday.
Both these names reported third-quarter results last week.
Shock absorbers are weak right now.
Let's check out the charts of CRM.
The Hang Seng was Asia's biggest gainer among major indexes on Monday even as police cornered hundreds of student protestors.
Shares of the provider of animal health technology could afford to see more development and sideways price action after their big post-earnings jump.
During a talk with TheStreet, AMD exec Forrest Norrod highlighted new supercomputer deals and an expanded partnership with AWS. He also suggested AMD's next-gen server CPUs will deliver healthy performance gains.
HP's board of directors has rejected Xerox's takeover bid, but the door has not been closed on a potential combination.
As the company makes brutal pullback, let's see how it could turn up higher.
Third quarter earnings season is down to the really nitty gritty. That said, there are still quite a few well known (to the public) retailers set to bring up the rear.
The chart of the provider of business messaging technology did break down this month, but it also rebounded nicely.
Calling for a correction at this point is easy, but it comes with a sizable opportunity cost. Ignore the anticipatory bears and stay focused on the individual stocks.
Walmart shares are just too pricey right now.
After choppy week, the big wave upward arrived Friday, but it wasn't enough to float the cumulative advance/decline line to make a higher high or keep the McClellan Summation Index from sinking.
These 'bearish bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
But is this market's insatiable drive to be trusted?
What I have found is that the real value of charts is as a trade management tool.
Holiday shopping is big, but so is holiday eating, and here are several names with healthy dividend yields to chomp into.
What is most notable about sentiment is that there isn't much cheering.
These options are dirt cheap.
Though Nvidia's sales guidance was below expectations, management indicates that sales to desktop gamers and cloud giants will be strong this quarter.
We're seeing the combination of insiders buying with a technical breakout on the daily chart.
Chevron is a safe name in the oil and gas industry -- and offers a 4% yield.
Here's how to play shares of the Cincinnati-based consumer staples giant.
What's really going on here? Does the move make any sense? Let's take them case by case.
Prices are dropping faster than Myles Garrett from fantasy football rosters just as costs are about to rise.