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At a crucial point in a major cycle, stockholders sold when they were expected to buy. Read Article
Another headwind for Google stock: As the Chinese economy slows, Beijing will ratchet up its already-stringent censorship efforts against Gmail. Read Article
A failed Santa Claus Rally could mean more losses ahead. Read Article
It’s easy to hate CEOs with their exorbitant salaries, perks and stock options – particularly when missteps by high-profile corner office occupants like Sears Holdings’ (SHLD) Eddie Lampert and United Technologies (UTX) chief Louis Chenevert led to their unceremonious exits in 2014. But some CEOs did it right in 2014. Read Article
The severity of the pullback will help us establish a short-term and longer-term stance. Read Article
Stocks ended broadly lower to finish off 2014, and the new year could very well start off on the wrong foot given narrowing buying interest. Read Article
Tuesday's decline was similar to the one following a strong December 2013. Read Article
With no specific catalyst in sight, investors drove down the Dow Jones and other major indices on Tuesday. Read Article
While classic patterns haven't yet formed to provide 2015 price targets for the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average or Nasdaq, Profit Scanner powered by Recognia did review all of the short-term events to identify the broader trends for the major indices in 2015. Read Article
The staid Dow Jones Utility Average has gone parabolic, beating out other major indices. Read Article
The big news was the GDP revision showing that, in the final analysis, the U.S. economy grew at a 5% annualized rate in the third quarter, which is the fastest quarter on record in 11 years Read Article
There are numerous signs that point to a near-term adjustment. Read Article
The market is now extended and vulnerable to a correction. Read Article
Be sure to use stops since volatility can turn a profit into a loss in a blink. Read Article