Larry Connors will be managing money on a full-time basis beginning in 2015. Therefore, this summer will be the final time that he will be teaching his strategies and research to the public. Starting in July and up through a live 2-day event Larry will be holding in the NYC area in September, he will be teaching his… [Read More]
Buyers have been especially aggressive in the semiconductor market, sending stocks in this group higher and deeper into overbought territory as trading begins on Monday.
5 Stocks for the Next 5 Days Among the stocks from this week are an upscale retailer, a medical research firm and a mainstay of the technology world.
7 Stocks You Need to Know for Monday A pullback was just a matter of time as stock became increasingly overbought. Find out which stocks are making the biggest moves to the upside and the downside in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Will strong earnings from retail companies next week provide the catalyst for higher stock prices? Here are some of the stock likely to make business headlines when trading begins on Monday.
Stocks opened lower, but most sectors managed to rally off their lowest levels of the day. Most impressive were the gains in consumer staples stocks like Kraft and Heinz. More in 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
The S&P 500 ended its four-day selling streak on Friday as buyers stepped in to bid stocks up out of oversold territory ahead of trading on Monday. Read more in the latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
With semiconductor stocks closing lower and lower each day, high probability traders weren’t the only ones looking to “buy the selling.” Read the latest in 7 Stocks You Need to Know and stay ahead of Tuesday’s trading.
Sellers were most aggressive in the market for shares of homebuilding stocks. What other sectors should traders keep an eye on? Here’s the latest in 7 Stocks going into Thursday’s market.
With technology shares taking the lead, the stock market advanced again on Thursday and will enter the final trading day of the week overbought above the 200-day moving average. Read more in our latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.