Poor results from several large names further weighed on the market and sent stocks lower on the session
The bulls ended their winning streak today with stocks closing slightly lower across the board. Apple and Johnson & Johnson are among the stocks to know for Wednesday’s trading.
Stocks closed solidly higher for the sixth straight day. Surging store sales sent the retail sector sharply higher on the session.
Pips and rolls are elementary, but often misunderstood terms in the Forex marketplace. Dave Goodboy defines the terms, give an example or two, and make it easy for you to apply them to your your trading.
The Fed was in full control of the stock market today as the FOMC meeting tomorrow depressed stocks. Before the open on Wednesday, Joy Global reports earnings with an expected EPS of $1.01.
Word of Obama demanding that banks increase lending and a huge oil buy out kept investors expecting market fireworks that never materialized. Wells Fargo and PNC Financial are expected to soon repay TARP funds to the Government.
One of primary dilemmas facing short term traders is whether or not it’s too risky to hold positions overnight. Well, we decided to run two separate tests and here are the results.
We’ve tested the concept of buying strength vs. buying weakness, and buying weakness remains the best strategy. Here are 3 stocks ready for gains using this more conservative approach.
A stronger U.S. dollar sent gold plummeting lower to its steepest decline in over a year. Johnson & Johnson is seeking new creative partners to potentially change up its flagship Tylenol marketing.
A surprising jobs report shocked investors and sent stock futures surging higher pre-open. Here are 3 names likely to outperform following this morning’s upward trajectory.