Sunday, July 5, 2020

How stocks may be signaling slower growth

Even before today's market tumble, stocks seemed to be dismissing good economic news. Most of the U.S. numbers, after all, have impressed recently. Measures of...

Get ready for a summer snooze: Larry Williams Cycle indicator

Get ready for a sleepy July and a turbulent August. That's the verdict from a heavily used program in TradeStation's app store. The Larry Williams...

Pulling back or petering out?

Is this a pullback to buy, or is the market petering out? That's the question traders may be asking today. The S&P 500 fell 0.9...

Trump tariffs and chart patterns

Trump tariffs are back in the news today as the White House threatens duties on European cars. It's a good time to review the...

Crude oil may be stabilizing before OPEC

Disclosure: This post is intended for educational purposes and should not be considered a trade recommendation. Energy may be stabilizing, even as OPEC prepares to...

Just How Bad Is the Mess Overseas?

Just how bad is the mess overseas? Pretty bad and likely getting worse. Global stocks are lagging domestic small caps by their worst ratio since...

Options action: How red can a blue chip get?

Disclaimer: This post is intended for educational purposes and is not a trade recommendation. Options trading may not be suitable for all investors. It was...

Social giant sneaks to new high

Something important happened last Thursday, and few people seemed to notice. Facebook (FB) hit a new 52-week high above its February peak of $195.32. The...

The scramble for China continues

Google is joining the scramble for China. The Silicon Valley-based search giant bought a 1 percent stake in JD.com (JD), China's No. 2 e-commerce company. JD's...

Last week was calm as confidence grew

Despite a lot of news, last week was the quietest of the year. The S&P 500 moved less than 30 points between its low and...
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