The Hot List: With luxury retailers on the retreat and discounters holding strong, it’s no surprise to see funds representing consumer must-haves outperforming consumer want-to-haves.
The Hot List: Shares of Sunoco Inc. rallied to their highest levels in a month. Will other oil refiners follow and should traders looking for stocks to buy take note?
The Hot List: Credit card companies like Visa and MasterCard have been in bull markets for most of 2011. Does this mean that the current pullbacks in shares of both companies should be especially worth watching?
The Hot List: Technology remains a source of some of the biggest quantified edges in the stock market. Here are some of the highest rated stocks from the Nasdaq that have pulled back into oversold territory as of midweek.
The Hot List: Upgrades to leveraged technology ETFs like USD and TYH accompany widespread selling in the sector in recent days.
The Hot List: Many of the stocks pulling back on Monday are only recently off 52-week highs. Here are a trio of Nasdaq names that short-term traders may want to keep an eye on over the next few days.
The Hot List: As profit-taking turns to panic-selling in at least one of the top three coffee stocks, are there opportunities for short term traders to buy weakness in bull market territory?
The Hot List: With sellers continuing to send both gold and silver lower, some of the biggest positive edges in the ETF market ahead of trading on Friday are in funds linked to precious metals.
The Hot List: Recent selling in the retail sector has put a number of discount retailers on sale. Find out which stocks are pulling back into oversold territory ahead of trading on Thursday in today’s Hot List.
The Hot List: As technology funds lead the market higher heading into midweek, should traders start looking at energy ETFs for the next round of short term opportunities to the upside?