3 Big Stock Charts for Friday: Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (BMY), Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK) and Fitbit Inc (FIT)

Huge news changes the technical outlook for Merck (MRK) and Bristol-Myers (BMY) while the long-term picture favors the bulls for Fitbit (FIT). Read Article

Small and Mid Caps Breaking Out

Group rotation was one of the most prevalent features of July's advance. Read Article

This Week’s Hot Earnings – AAPL BA CVX KO XOM

Apple (AAPL), Boeing (BA), Chevron (CVX), Coca-Cola (KO) and Exxon Mobil (XOM) are among this week's most anticipated earnings reports. Here's what you should know. Read Article

3 Big Stock Charts for Thursday: Host Hotels and Resorts Inc (HST), Time Inc (TIME) and Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. (LYV)

The intermediate-term outlook has shifted to bullish on HST, TIME and LYV after forming bullish golden cross patterns. Read Article

Mastercard Inc Logo Gets First Redesign in 20 Years

A new MasterCard logo has been revealed with mobile users in mind and customers will start seeing it on cards after Sept. 30, 2016. Read Article

5 Dow Jones Bulls Leading the Charge!

Brexit and corporate earnings concerns have been replaced by a giddy excitement and a sense that nothing will stop this bull market. Read Article

Whoops! CSX Corporation (CSX) Stock Jumps on Early Earnings Release

CSX stock got a late boost on Wednesday after CSX Corporation released its second-quarter earnings report ahead of schedule. Read Article

Market Ends Q2 on Solid Technical Ground

Bulls closed out the quarter with a high-volume buying spree. Read Article

Hershey Co. (HSY) Unanimously Rejects Mondelez Bid

Hershey (HSY) stock spiked on news that Mondelez (MDLZ) submitted a bid for the chocolatier, but Hershey's board answered with a unanimous "no" vote. Read Article

Trade of the Day: GE Stock May be Ready to Run to New Highs

General Electric Company looks like a good buy for short- and long-term investors. Read Article

SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD): Rally Is Getting Old and Should Be Sold

The recent historic rally in GLD has certainly been impressive ... maybe a little too impressive. Play for a short-term pullback. Read Article

Traders Firmly in Charge of Stocks

The market is trading in a very narrow range, but institutional investors could spark a violent move. Read Article

Burberry CEO to Get Massive Pay Cut

The Burberry CEO has received a pay cut of 75%. Burberry CEOChristopher Bailey has had his total pay with the company lowered by 3/4 following a profits fall for the company. Overall, Bailey only received £1.9 million in salary, pension and other benefits last year. In the previous year, the Burberry CEO earned £7.5 million. The company has especially struggled in China, which makes up 40% of the retailer's shoppers. Bailey's pay last year consisted of £1.1 million in salary, £330,000 in pension contributions and £464,000 in benefits.

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Trade of the Day: CAKE Stock Looks Like an Appetizing Short

A number of technical failures point to more downside in Cheesecake Factory Inc. Read Article

Saudi Arabia Invests $3.5 Billion in Uber International C.V.

Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund has invested $3.6 billion in Uber and its managing director is joining the company's board. Read Article

Facebook Inc’s Sheryl Sandberg Shoots Down Walt Disney Co CEO Buzz

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg recently said in an interview that she won't be taking on the role of Disney CEO from Bob Iger. Read Article

Wednesday’s Vital Data: Netflix, Inc. (NFLX), Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) and Twitter Inc (TWTR)

Netflix (NFLX) signs exclusive deal with Walt Disney (DIS), Microsoft (MSFT) options pop on upgrade and Twitter (TWTR) sinks on a downgrade. Read Article

Market Due for a Rest, But…

While raising cash here is prudent, a full 20% correction does not appear to be imminent. Read Article

Hardware Store M&A: Lowe’s (LOW) Gets OK to Buy Rona

Lowe's Companies Inc (NYSE:LOW) has received approval for its merger with RONA Inc. Lowe'sCanadian regulators have given the home improvement company the thumbs up to finalize its bid to acquire Rona. Lowe's first tried to buy the company in 2012. The deal is worth a reported $2.3 billion, which will help the retailer expand its presence in Canada. As of now, Lowe's only has 80 locations in the North American country. Rona, on the other hand, has about 500 locations in Canada. LOW stock is up 0.3% Friday.

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Trade of the Day: IBB Breaking Down

Some notable technical damage favors more downside in iShares NASDAQ Biotechnology Index (ETF). Read Article