Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Why Stocks Move: Investor Rotation

This post, originally published on September 19, is is part of a series about the catalysts for stock movements. Sign up for TradeStation's Master Class learning...

Oil, Airlines and Housing: Charts to Watch

Stocks have bounced sharply this week, but oil continues to slide. Crude oil futures (@CL) closed at their lowest level in more than four months...

Wider Fears Amid Some Good Results: Earnings This Week

A handful of big companies announced strong results in the last week, but wider problems are tarnishing the story. Feeble semiconductor demand, doubts about the...

Industrials Hammered as Sentiment Swings Sharply

The tide has turned against industrial stocks in a hurry. In August and September they rallied on optimism that the U.S. would end its trade...

Don’t Ignore This Currency as Fear Sweeps Market

The Japanese yen is gaining steam as fear sweeps the market. The currency has long been viewed as a safe haven because of Japan's huge...

Stocks Cling to Gains After Volatility Shock

Stocks are trying to hold their ground after a brutal volatility shock earlier this month. The S&P 500 rose less than 0.1 percent between Friday,...

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...

Traders Try to Catch a Falling Knife: Options Recap

Someone's trying to call a bottom in one of the market's worst-performing stocks. General Electric (GE) has lost more than half its value in the...

Small Caps Suffer as Dow Roars to Life

Shifts in sentiment seem to be hurting small-cap stocks, one of the market's strongest areas this year. The Russell 2000 small cap ETF (IWM) is...

Here Comes the Dow…

The world's most famous stock benchmark has been caged up all year. Is it ready for a breakout? The Dow Jones Industrial Average ($INDU) is...
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