As a company, I’ve become more and more enamored with Facebook. But what about the stock?
Sometimes it’s best not to overthink things. Given that, the market broke its sideways movement this past Wednesday.
A lot of the time the market is meandering sideways, attempting to figure out a new direction. In those times, almost every trade is just a guess.
Are you binge-watching 'Daredevil' or some other Netflix show? You’re not alone. Also this week, Chartman checks Boeing and CVS.
Under Armour has all the makings of a stock to buy. But I think you should be patient.
More and more people seem to be wearing athletic wear. Even if they never break a sweat.
Its theme parks aren’t the entire business, but they’re indicative of Disney’s momentum.
The averages are moving sideways until the market can figure out if it’s really Bear or Bull. Plus, we look at Deere and Facebook.
Some may see the end of the week’s action as bullish. I agree with that, but I’m skeptical how long the bullishness will last.
If anything the picture is even less bright, as Friday’s move down marked another leg in a bearish trend.
Bear markets are tough because they’re painful, but often give glimmers of hope. I think that’s what we went through this past week.
We’ve been moving more or less sideways, but I’d be surprised if the current lows aren’t tested – and broken – in weeks to come.
It now appears the rout it on. Of course, ‘routs’ often turn on a dime and become ‘buying opportunities.’ This time, maybe not so much.
Let’s get to the obvious: it’s been an ugly start to 2016. Now, the real question is, where do we go from here?
The market didn’t act badly this past week, but if you just looked at Thursday and Friday, it felt awful.
The market had a rough ending to a rough week with more pain likely on the horizon.
Friday was a huge day for the market. But did anything really change? Plus, is now the time to buy gun stocks?
I heard a lot about the glories of Nike on Friday. And while it had a good day, I’d hold off on pulling the trigger.
Shopping never stops completely. Instead, it usually migrates downscale. Given that, we take a look at Macy's and TJX.