Sentiment continues to suggest rallies to resistance.
If Elon Musk proceeds to buy Twitter, he would surely face censorship pressure stemming from Tesla's Shanghai factory, as Steve Wynn's experience shows.
It will be interesting to see where traders might come in to cover shorts or to pick a bottom after the retailer's disappointing first-quarter results.
The stock could rise more than 20% from here.
With that warning given, let's check out possible trades involving a big drugmaker and a semiconductor giant.
Let's check the charts again after an earnings-related rise.
The macro environment is still full of land mines, and the disappointing results from big retailers definitely hint at the potential for a recession.
There's no doubt that the Fed Chair was about as hawkish as we have ever heard him, but his crew seemed to try to temper that hawkish posture.
Let's look at three tasty options for those willing to put their money where their mouth is.
Was that the low last week? Has sentiment changed? Let's see what the charts and indicators tell us -- and why you should look up (before we bump into resistance).