I’ve been talking about the market moving sideways for weeks, but maybe – just maybe – that’s over.
My wife and I took a few days to visit Disneyworld and it was CROWDED. Does it mean the stock is doing well?
Since early December, one word defines the market: sideways. Until the market breaks out, best to sit on your hands.
At best, you could say 2015 is off to a choppy start, and investors should expect more pain ahead.
We’re in one of those periods that has a good deal of intraday movement, but overall is ho-hum. One option is to take a hedged position where you go long a strong stock in an industry, and short a...
The next strong move likely depends on which way the current congestion is resolved.
Can the market sustain yet another V bounce? Microsoft and Google pretty much sum up how I currently feel: I’m waiting for stocks to show some strength before I buy.
The first day of trading started off nicely…then sold off…then rebounded. Coming after a sharp move up or down, days like this often mark a turning point in momentum.
If the Sony situation reminded us of anything, it’s that cybersecurity is a growth industry.
I’m not sure anyone loves boring, blue-chip stocks, but they come in handy when the market goes bearish.