7 Stocks You Need to Know for Friday Buying in financials helped the stock market overcome a session’s worth of steady selling after an up open. Find out where the biggest edges are ahead of trading on Friday in today’s edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Thursday Profit-taking in financials and oils led to greater selling in the wider market toward the end of the trading day on Wednesday. Find out which stocks are pulling back from recent short term highs in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Tuesday Buyers stepped up to the plate on the first trading day of the week, sending financials and semiconductor stocks higher and gold stocks lower.
7 Stocks You Need to Know With gold stocks selling off and financials like Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo moving higher, read our latest stock list to find those stocks that are pulling back and breaking out heading into the second half of the week.
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Friday With sellers emerging to send the financials lower ahead of the final trading day of the week, has the current rally in stocks finally run out of buyers in the short term?
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Tuesday Strength on Monday sent stocks deeper into overbought territory, especially those stocks that had been sold most aggressively in recent days and weeks.
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Tuesday Will pessimism continue to weigh on the market or will the end of the month effect assert itself to bring stock prices higher as we approach month’s end?
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Thursday With many stocks experiencing profit-taking after rallying to short-term highs, high probability swing traders have been reminded of why dynamic exits are the best option for dynamic traders.
Swing Trading: 7 Stocks You Need to Know for Wednesday What is the most important moving average in the stock market? Here’s a primer on the conclusions reached by Larry Connors and published in his book, Short Term Trading Strategies That Work.
7 Stocks You Need to Know: Another 6%+ sell-off in Research in Motion on Monday is a reminder of why short term traders are often best served to keep their buying above the 200-day moving average.