These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
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While indices are hitting all-time highs, 60% of stocks are struggling or in outright bear markets.
The shares gapped higher after strong second-quarter earnings.
Here's what to look for with Playboy and Urban-gro.
Let's check on the charts and indicators.
Prices for oil and natural gas are at levels that are incredibly profitable for any company that is pumping them.
While names like Facebook and Roku run higher, the action isn't so great for aggressive traders.
Let's check out the ABG charts and see what we find there.
HON's outstanding quarter shows they're hitting on all cylinders while increasing margin in the process.
Swimming, who doesn't want to bet on that?
Let's look at PPG Industries, Lowe's Companies, and Parker Hannifin.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Monday's selloff Is gone but not forgotten.
I may have to break my 'don't look back' rule once again, but I'd need a greater margin of safety.
Here's where aggressive traders could go long.
Insiders have been adding to their stakes in Greenbrier Cos and Ring Energy.
Cybin Inc. and Draganfly Inc. soon will move up from the OTC markets to a major exchange; here are their prospects going forward.
AEP just delivered another strong quarter. Here's how we'd play the stock.
Domino's has been able to flourish during the pandemic and its charts look good too.
The Olympics... they're a year late, and finally here.
Plus, what could be next out of the central banks and Congress and how it could affect Treasuries.
While big-caps are doing well and driving the indices, breadth is weak and small-caps are struggling.
The risk, of course, is a huge missed opportunity. Let me show you why option income handily beats bonds or CDs.
Chipotle, Domino's and Starbucks are the only food and drink purveyors to come through the pandemic stronger than before; here's why.
We're in an either/or market and I see an opportunity for a rally next week. But there's a catch.
The action may simply be ringing the register after a good run, but there is a risk that the rotation back into indexes and big caps is picking up again.
The shares have been on a downward path since early April.
Those of us in the numerate community will continue to own XOM because it's just too darn cheap.