I am watching for a few things to develop as the day progresses and will put cash to work if I can.
While consumers may be fickle when it comes to gadgetry, they change credit cards and banks infrequently.
While the two tobacco giants have similar yields, both also have very different businesses, with different growth potential in the years ahead.
Apple investors have a lot to digest on Tuesday morning, but the vibe is veering positively for once.
Equity markets marked time on Monday, mostly on light volume.
This lighting and building management solutions company is a potentially good deal for investors.
Growth fears have eased, the inverted yield curve issue is set aside, China trade will be an issue again soon and market players are looking to put cash to work.
Friday's big decline hasn't sparked much of a change in investor sentiment so far.
At this juncture the action is looking like nothing more than a routine pullback of an extended market.
What would the people who help determine AAPL's stock price really want?
This market needed something to distract it from the inverted yield issue and deteriorating technical conditions, and AAPL is not going to provide it.
AAPL may have to do a little reinventing here.
Thailand's elections has done little to clear away any of that fog obscuring investors' vision.
The company is still seeing strong revenue growth, and its cost structure gives it a clear path to profitability.
SFIX is a company that has been fundamentally performing well.
Revenue is where it's at for cannabis in 2019.
For now, the upside is in favor, even if the stock pulls in a bit.
Here's a way to fade the bond move, which I believe is an overreaction.
This yield curve inversion has been a useful leading indicator of a recession, but what really matters is whether it is a signal we can profit from.
We have to wait for APPL's 1:00 pm ET event before we have a better feel where things are headed.
Shares of the sporting goods retailer climbed more than 20% on a big fourth-quarter beat and favorable guidance.
All index charts show some weakening.
A health and wellness provider and an amusement park operator have seen insider purchases amid declines in their shares.
The economy, simply put, is the wealth of a country in terms of production and consumption of goods and services.
Traders might be late to the party, but a pullback from recent highs could offer a secondary entry point in the LNG name.
With the Mueller cloud removed from the most pro-business administration in recent U.S. history, the focus should simply be found in these two words...what now?
My game plan is a more-defensive posture and tighter stops.
The U.S. economy is as good as Olive Garden's Chicken Alfredo.
The stock's nice rise from its Dec. 24, 2018 bottom was as predictable as its underperformance from the peaks.
They are more seasoned than traders of any other asset class.