Sunday, November 17, 2019

How Transports Are Moving in Very Different Directions

How schizophrenic is the transportation sector? Look no further than yesterday's headlines. On one hand, analysts at JPMorgan raised price targets on major railroads like...

Marijuana Momentum, Airlines Ascending: Groups in Focus

Two different groups have been "flying under the radar" and "hitting new highs" in recent weeks. Let's check them out. First: Flying under the radar....

How Tax Cuts Have Hit the Mark, One Month In

President Trump's "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" was signed into law one month ago today. So far response has been strongly positive as executives raise...
Airline ETF Takes Off as Investors Embrace Rising Fares

Airline ETF Takes Off as Investors Embrace Rising Fares

Investors are jumping on board airlines, one of the few industries with pricing power in a low-inflation environment. The...

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...

There Are Signs of Fear Leaving the Market

Stocks are bouncing today after Washington and Beijing exchanged tariffs. Beyond those headlines, various signs have suggested fear is leaving the market. First, look at...

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...
Big Tech Strikes Back: Earnings This Week

Big Tech Strikes Back: Earnings This Week

Big tech results weren't so bad after all: That's the main takeaway from the busiest week of earnings season. Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Advanced Micro...
Options Trader Looking for Volatility Spike in Key Airline

Options Trader Looking for Volatility Spike in Key Airline

Someone thinks activity is going to get more interesting in the world's biggest airline. Options activity spiked in American...
Construction Reclaiming Role in U.S., Years After Subprime Crash

Construction Reclaiming Role in U.S. Economy, Years After Subprime Crash

Construction, left for dead after the subprime crash, may be reclaiming its importance for the U.S. economy. Today's private-sector...
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