The S&P 500, MasterCard, Nvidia, Stamps.com and Twilio were our top stock trades.That said, here's what the charts are telling us now.
The economy is trying to recover from the blow Covid-19 dealt it. But quick investors can use support from the Federal Reserve to make money.
When a small group of stocks is driving the market’s gains, it indicates that market “breadth” is narrow. That’s concerning because these rallies are prone to reversals.
Having a plan ahead of time will help you set the emotions aside and take advantage of the buying opportunity.
I don’t think stocks are just going to keep on moving higher from here. The market has more work to do on the downside.
Somehow, someway, buyers rode to the rescue and rallied the S&P 500 by 74 points in the last 15 minutes of the trading day on Friday.
Traders were buying far more call options than put options last week. That should lead to weakness in stocks in the days ahead.
It seems reasonable that the catalyst for a large move today will be the FOMC announcement this afternoon.
Salesforce (CRM) is a proven winner and its stock continues to reward buyers. Get long CRM stock now for the long-term!
While it might be tempting to panic, don't worry -- this is perfectly healthy for the markets after the correction.
I don't think the bull market is over, so I want to start betting long on the stock market bounce with the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY). But, since I am a conservative fundamental trader, I want to leave plenty of room for error.
These small-cap stocks to buy aren't subject to the same white hot light as their large-cap brethren, which means they're undiscovered and unfettered.
U.S. equities fell from Monday's record highs on Tuesday as oil entered a bear market -- watch for an overall correction.
While tech stocks rose after a pause during last week, industrials look great and energy and retail are still no-go zones.
A move to value stocks instead of growth names has been impacting tech stocks, so traders may want to use caution.
As the Wall Street adage warns: Stocks take the stairs up, but the elevator down. That was on full display as the “FAANGs” collapsed.
U.S. equities moved higher Wednesday as expectations dimmed ahead of former FBI director James Comey's testimony to Congress on Thursday.
Stocks slid Tuesday, with the Dow dropping 0.2%, Nasdaq losing 0.3% and the S&P giving back 0.25% as volatility spikes and oil strengthens.
The Dow Jones ended up 8 points higher, the S&P closed down 3 points, the Nasdaq lost 23 points and the Russell 2000 dropped 0.6%.
In the stock market, the Dow gave back 0.09%, the S&P fell by 0.21%, the Nasdaq was lower by 0.06% and the Russell 2000 finished off by 0.81%.