Will traders continue to drive stock prices higher in the wake of news suggesting a potential improvement on the jobs front?
Can the New Year’s Stock Surge Survive?
The stock market began 2012 with a bang, sending the S&P, Dow and Nasdaq up by more than 1% to start the new year. Will overbought conditions encourage profit-taking – or more buying?
Up Jump Stocks
Trader poured into the market on the first trading day of 2012, sending stocks soaring toward short-term overbought territory.
Traders Hope to Extend Santa Claus Rally to Year-End
Phil Suarez takes a look at the potential for further gains in both stocks and ETFs in the wake of the big rally on Tuesday.
Investing Strategies for Short Term Traders: The Spring 2012 Swing Trading College
12 weeks are all that stand between you the ability to invest and manage your money like a professional in only minutes a day.
Will Oversold Extremes Lure Traders Back to the Market?
With the major stock market indices extremely oversold ahead of trading on Tuesday, there’s a growing chance that oversold conditions will help bring traders off the sidelines and into the market as buyers.
Oversold Conditions Set Stage for Market Rally
Will the typical end of year, upward bias to stocks help shake the market out of its mid-month slump?
Will Stocks Rally from Oversold Extremes?
Positive news on the jobs front and oversold conditions over the past few days suggest a potential bounce in stocks in the near term.
Stocks Slide Lower as the Fed Stands Pat
Disappointment with a lack of action from the Fed and the lack of a resolution in Europe continue to keep pressure on stocks.
Stocks Set to Bounce After Ratings Agency Warnings
With the ratings agencies continuing to put pressure on leaders in Europe, stocks in the U.S. and abroad continue to be buffeted back and forth from oversold extreme to overbought extreme.
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