Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Looking Back on 2008: Lessons from the Crash

Last week we marked the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis. Today we'll look at some of the lessons traders can take from the...

What Just Happened to Airlines?

Delta Air Lines (DAL) got a mention on yesterday's Market Action segment, and today it's hitting turbulence. Sure, management announced that it carried a record 15.2...

The Subprime Crash Started a Decade Ago

October 2008, a month that's lived in infamy for many investors, is now a decade in the rear-view mirror. A decade ago today, the S&P...

Two Bulls in One? Patterns on a Forgotten Dow Member

When's the last time you looked at Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)? It's probably been a while, judging by the kind of names that generally...

Suddenly Another Global Name Is Moving

Attention has focused heavily on China, Italy and NAFTA. But suddenly today another part of the world is in play. The iShares Brazil ETF (EWZ)...

Final IPO Numbers Strong for September

Last week, Market Insights profiled a few stocks that recently went public. Today we're following up with official numbers for last month, which showed...

Stocks Just Had Their Best Quarter Since 2013

Stocks dipped slightly last week, but still had their best quarter in almost five years. The S&P 500 slid 0.5 percent between Friday, September 21,...

Cannabis Craze Drives Activity: September at TradeStation

The cannabis craze swept markets in September, with TradeStation clients riding the wave. Canadian marijuana firm Tilray (TLRY) was the third-busiest stock on our platforms...

A Tough Slog For Banks, With a Happy Ending

There was a day when higher interest rates lifted financials. But not anymore. Selling in the sector has been intense, with 64 of the 67...

Why Stocks Move: Business Volumes

This post is part of a series about the catalysts for stock movements. It’s based on a series of talks at TradeStation’s Master Class learning sessions. In...
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