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Here’s Where Bank of America Corp (BAC) Stock Becomes a Buy Again

Bank of America (BAC) and other bank stocks have rallied hard for weeks, and they need to cool down. Here's where I would buy BAC stock next. More 

Intel Corporation (INTC) Stock Is Threatening a Serious Breakdown

Intel's (INTC) drop on Thursday was a concerning move. Watch these price levels in INTC stock and be wary -- the situation could get worse. More 

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Stock Has Double-Digit Downside

Amazon.com (AMZN) has fallen in five of the past six trading sessions. If history is any guide, AMZN stock is at risk of an even deeper drop. More 

Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Stock Is a Breakout Candidate

Microsoft (MSFT) briefly pushed to a new all-time high on Tuesday. Now, MSFT stock looks constructive heading into at least the end of 2016. More 

Buy Macy’s Inc (M) Stock for Some Christmas Cheer

Macy's (M) initial post-election rally increasingly looks overdone. Nonetheless, Macy's stock should see further gains into year's end. More 

Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Stock Is Showing Signs of Hope

Tesla Motors (TSLA) has been stuck in a choppy mess, but recent price action has me interested in TSLA stock from the long side. More 

Is the IShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Index (ETF) (IBB) Verging on a Breakout?

The IBB ETF remains stuck in a well-defined trading range, but what would constitute to a buy signal and break out of the range? More 

Embrace the Breakout in ConocoPhillips (COP) Stock

Monday's rally in energy stocks like ConocoPhillips (COP) looks promising. COP stock is ready to carry its fresh breakout further. More 

iShares Russell 2000 Index (ETF) (IWM): Our Year-End Target

The charts of iShares Russell 2000 Index (ETF) (IWM) bode well into year's end, but don't just blindly chase this fund. Mind these targets. More 

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stock Is Calling Out to the Bulls

Apple (AAPL) has quickly wiggled itself into a much brighter spot. Bulls who want to play AAPL stock should focus on these price areas. More