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Stocks Just Had a Monster Rally. Here Comes the Hard Part

Stocks Just Had a Monster Rally. Now Comes the Hard Part

Stocks just had their biggest rally in 45 years on hopes the coronavirus crisis is ending. Now comes the hard part. The S&P 500 rose...

This Sporting Goods Stock Is Starting to Run: Technical Analysis

Dick's Sporting Goods has been running. Now, after a brief pause, it may be ready to keep moving. The first interesting pattern on the daily...

Investors Shift to Safe Havens, Shunning Riskier Stocks as the Fed Taper Approaches

The S&P 500 fell yesterday, but a new kind of stock seems to be breaking out. Consumer staples, real estate investment trusts and utilities hit...

Strong Results, But Few Breakouts: Earnings This Week

Several companies reported earnings this week, but few broke out. Walt Disney (DIS), Cisco Systems (CSCO) and Applied Materials (AMAT) beat analyst forecasts but...

Technical Analysis: Airbnb Could Be Planning a Trip North as ‘Golden Cross’ Looms

Like millions of Americans, Airbnb has been cooped up for a long time. But now the room-sharing stock could be planning a trip north. The...

Consumer Stocks Get a Boost from Amazon Prime Day, Plus Reopening and the Start...

Amazon Prime Day set records again this month, and more companies than just could benefit. Sales were estimated at $11 billion, up from $10.4...

Don’s Notebook May 4, 2018

Payrolls rose 164,000 after an upwardly revised 135,000 advance,  according to the Labor Department data announced earlier today. The jobless rate fell to 3.9...

Don’s Notebook March 27, 2018

Case-Shiller data are likely to highlight the strength of home appreciation, which is a less publicized factor behind what have been robust levels of...

Tesla, Plug Power, Nio: Here Are Some Major Electric Vehicle Stocks for Options Traders

Automaker stocks like General Motors and Ford Motor have jumped in the last month as they shift toward electric vehicles. Many other stocks, including...

Stocks Roar Back From Pullback, Fueled by Economic Surge and Consumer Rebound

Stocks rebounded hard last week as investors kept their faith in the economy reopening and strong consumer demand. The S&P 500 rose 2.7 percent between...
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