Moderately overbought conditions are likely to greet traders and investors when markets open on Monday. See our list of 7 stocks and learn more about how using quantified trading strategies can help prepare you for Monday’s trading.
Short term traders using PowerRatings to help them find the best stocks – and exchange-traded funds – to trade everyday, should take a look at these top rated stocks and ETFs, which are among the big gainers for the week.
Dell Inc. is among those companies scheduled to report quarterly earnings on Thursday. Here’s more on Dell and the 7 Stocks for Thursday’s trading.
Among the biggest gainers ahead of trading on Tuesday were Joy Global, up more than 7%, as well as Ford Motor and Caterpillar, which are both noted in today’s 7 Stocks column. See what other stocks made our list for Tuesday’s trading.
Among the companies scheduled to report quarterly earnings on Monday are retailers Lowe’s and Nordstrom. Here are the 7 stocks to know for Monday’s trading.
Research in Motion and Citigroup are among the bigger gainers ahead of trading on Thursday. See what other companies made our list of 7 stocks.
Quarterly earnings reports are expected for Cisco and Macy’s, while Yahoo and Fossil are just a few of the stocks making new short term highs ahead of trading on Wednesday. Here are Wednesday’s 7 stocks.
Among the companies scheduled to report quarterly earnings on Tuesday are JA Solar and Solarfun Power Holdings Co. Both solar energy companies are increasingly overbought above the 200-day moving average. Here are the 7 Stocks to know for Tuesday’s trading.
Reporting quarterly earnings on Monday is Priceline.com. Shares of PCLN were up more than 2%, closing higher for a second consecutive session above the 200-day. Here are a few more stocks to know for Monday’s trading.
Retailers in general were among the better performing stocks on Thursday, with Nordstrom and Ross Stores up more than 6% and 5%, respectively and increasingly overbought in the short term. Here are a few more stocks to keep in mind for Friday’s trading.