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The stay-at-home economy caused by the coronavirus has created some major winners and losers in the new economy. In movies and media, Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) has won massively where the movie...
June is nearing its end and the stock market’s recovery along with the overall economic reports have been nearly unimaginable. Employers, investors, day traders, economists and those who are...
Now that June is underway, the recent recovery in unemployment and the continued surge in the stock market have managed to surprise just about everyone. These are also hard to fathom in the wake of...
Now that May’s trading days are over, it’s time to think about June, the summer, and the second half of 2020. The recession is already seeing what economists hope are the worst readings, and the...
March 12, 2020 will go down in the history books as the worst trading day since the stock market crash in October of 1987. And to say that the history books will say that assumes that there are not...
These 10 stocks have incredibly strong stock charts and strong performance despite the crummy market conditions that have been seen so far in 2020.
It is no secret that some sectors have companies that largely move in tandem, and the airline industry usually fits that bill, barring any major accidents or other company-specific drags.
While the market loves adages and predictable patterns, selling in May and going away isn't always a good strategy. Merrill Lynch believes that seasonality in 2019 supports a summer rally for stocks.
The Merrill Lynch team noted that these four stocks had bullish technicals that were most aligned with bullish fundamentals.
What if all the fundamental issues out there were simply taking a back seat to the developing pattern on Facebook's chart?
Disney shares were a drag on the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday as the worst percentage loss of the 30 index components.
These are the eight top thematic breakout picks from Merrill Lynch for the third quarter of 2017. While some of the stock chart patterns call for near-term upside, others call for much higher prices...
Have stocks peaked? Again, calling absolute peaks or bottoms is almost impossible. What is not impossible is to see when markets or sectors become wildly overbought or too crowded.
Texas Instruments has done well, along with the broader market and semiconductor stock rally.
Gold has reached a crucial chart pivot point that is getting rather hard to ignore. What had been a trading range for gold since early February has now been violated.