Hong Kong Leader Unable to Say If It's Legal to Remember Tiananmen Massacre

Investor uncertainty is mounting in China as 'red lines' shift on Communist Party sand.

How a Small-Cap ETF Is Playing the Part of Lucy to Traders' Charlie Brown

Every time traders think they're about to kick the ball and send the iShares Russell 2000 ETF flying, Lucy pulls the ball away and they end up flat on their backs.

Adobe Systems' Charts Are Designing Further Gains

ADBE may go sideways for a bit before moving higher.

Done Debt Deal, Fed Heads Tone It Down, AI Gold Mine, Wary Eye on Apple

Plus, a couple major stock indexes appear to be in better technical shape.

Will the AI Theme Continue to Protect the Market From Economic Fears?

The bulls are focused on stocks that are benefiting from AI while the bears argue these few names don't fix the other economic issues that are still lurking.

Sometimes It Pays to Look Down

This has been a stock-pickers market: It's narrow picking on the upside, sure, but I see lots of options on the downside.

Mega-Cap Tech Keeps Showing Wall Street Who's Boss

The action broadened on Thursday, but a small group of big stocks still dominated.

Dollar General Gets Busted Down to Lieutenant

The charts advise marching in the other direction for this retailer.

New BlackRock Funds Rely on Brainpower

Artificial intelligence is all the rage, but the BlackRock Large Cap Value and the BlackRock Flexible Income exchange-traded funds offer a bit of human touch.

I Don't See Any Fireworks Coming From Macy's

This iconic retailer appears only headed lower after posting earnings.