technical analysis

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.
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.
Shares of Costco, Home Depot and other retailers recently have seen their 50-day moving averages cross above the 200-day averages, which is often seen as a bullish sign.
Shares of Alphabet, IBM and other tech giants recently have seen their 50-day moving averages cross above the 200-day averages, which is often seen as a bullish sign.
The Merrill Lynch team noted that these four stocks had bullish technicals that were most aligned with bullish fundamentals.
Here are five top health care stocks that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross below the 200-day average, a death cross.
Here are five stocks, three of them Dow Jones industrials, that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average, a golden cross.
Here are five top technology stocks that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross below the 200-day average, a death cross.
Here are five top technology stocks that recently saw death crosses and could be considered contrarian plays or short opportunities.
Here are three beverage stocks and two telecoms that recently saw their 50-day moving average cross above the 200-day average and could be considered contrarian plays.
Golden crosses, typically seen as a bullish sign, recently happened to shares of Tesla and others, while death crosses, a bearish sign, occurred at Schlumberger and others.
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...
Texas Instruments has done well, along with the broader market and semiconductor stock rally.