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First Citizens BancShares Helped, but Can't Save This Market

We're still in a trading-range market with many risks ahead.

Jumping Juniper Networks? How to Play the Stock That Looks Ready to Rally

Let's check out the charts and indicators.

3 Unduly Punished High-Yield Bank Stocks to Buy

These names offer investors sustainable dividend yields of 5%+ alongside attractive share price upside potential.

Could Pioneer Natural Resources Rally Soon?

Here's what aggressive traders could do.

Take a Fresh Look at Where You Put Your Cash

Let's get back to the basics of cash reallocation and see why I'm not freaking out, but I'm also not in a mood for risk.

Let's 'Triangulate' Costco's Breakout Potential

Shares of them membership have outlined a really large triangle formation. Here's which way the stock is leaning.

Why Market Indexes Are Often a Poor Measure of What's Really Going On

We are witnessing one of the most extreme disconnects in decades between the Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000.

What the Fed Has Wrought

Damage From the central bank's policy mistakes are likely to keep growing.

Markets: Trading Ranges and Resistance

Here's what the the charts and data are suggesting could be next for stocks.

Movado Shows Now Isn't the Time to Issue Disappointing Guidance

The watchmaker saw its shares hammered on its outlook, which is a cautionary tale for other stocks.

Workday's Stock Looks Ready to Make Further Gains

Let's check the charts and indicators.

Caterpillar's Stock Was Hot, Now It's Not: Here's the Trade

Two downgrades by a highly rated analyst are not to be taken lightly.

Gilead Sciences Could Retreat Further From Here

Share prices peaked in December.

Caterpillar Looks to Keep Inching Downward as an Analyst Deems It a Sell

The charts and indicators of the maker of construction equipment are signalling that the stock could decline further.

Traders Continue to Disbelieve What the Fed Says It Will Do

Despite the central bank's insistence that it won't cut rates, the market is betting rates will be lower by the end of the year.

Jack Ma Breaks Exile to Appear Inside Mainland China

Popping up to discuss ChatGPT at a school he established, Alibaba's figurehead waves the 'patriotic' altruistic white flag.

Bulls Shrug off Negative Arguments and Continue to Drive Big-Caps Higher

Strength in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 is helping to drive sentiment, and that is keeping folks from embracing the bearish narrative.

Coming Recession, Charting Yield Curves, Fed, Yellen's Gaffe, Week Ahead

The Fed still has a somewhat Pollyannaish view of where unemployment and inflation will go as the economy slows.

We're Having a Few Pattern Changes in the Market

First, a banking crisis and then an interest rate increase, but the S&P 500 remains almost flat on the month.

Bearish Bets: 3 Stocks You Should Consider Shorting This Week

These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.

I'm Buying Doug Kass' Case for Schwab

But I'd play it a bit differently, here's how.

How To Adjust Your Trading Style as Market Conditions Change

There is no single approach to the stock market that is inherently superior over the long run.

The Chasing Slows on Wall Street

After Deutsche Bank shakes up investors, market cools a bit, which might be a healthy development.

Stay Away From These Types of Stocks, They're Radioactive

Here's what you're better off buying. I certainly have.

GE Looks Poised for a Pullback: How to Trade It Now

The shares stopped short of my price targets.

See SPOT Run ... Down

Spotify looks like it is poised for a downside price correction, according to the charts.

Expedition Everest RE: Let's Scale the Reinsurer's Charts

Share prices quickly turned lower in March.

Restaurant Stock Rally Continues, But It's Not What You Think

Just check out your local restaurants and drive-throughs.

Here's My Technical Call on Five9

The stock is struggling to make a bottom.

It's Not Whether the Next Shoe Will Drop, But Where and When

A few months of anxiety likely lies ahead of us, and caution remains the watchword of the day.