technical analysis

Golden crosses and death crosses are common signals in technical analysis and refer to the relationship between short-term and long-term moving averages. The golden cross typically is considered a...
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...
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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.
Here are five retailers whose stocks recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average, a bullish sign.
Here are five S&P 500 stocks that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross below the 200-day average, also known as a death cross.
Here are two auto and three transportation-related stocks that recently saw (or are about to see) their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average.
Here are five financial giants whose stocks recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average, which is known as a golden cross.
Here are five health-care-related stocks that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average, a golden cross.
Here are five stocks of popular consumer services providers that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross below the 200-day average, a death cross.
Here are five stocks of popular services providers that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross below the 200-day average, a death cross.
Here are three biotech stocks that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average, a golden cross, plus two that went the other way.
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.
Here are four consumer goods that recently saw their short-term moving average cross above the long-term one, a golden cross, plus one that went the other way.