Retail stocks joined stocks from the energy sector and telecommunications as a growing number of stocks continue to pull back above the 200-day moving average. Read more in today’s 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Gold stocks continued to pull back on Wednesday, creating significantly oversold conditions headed into the second half of the week.
Energies and resorts advance on the final trading day of 2010, while many of the most popular stocks of 2010 are experiencing profit-taking ahead of the new year.
Buying in metals is helping keep stocks like Freeport McMoran aloft as the broader market takes a pause. Find out what other stocks to be on the lookout for in our latest edition of 7 Stocks You Need to Know.
Among the companies scheduled to report quarterly earnings on Monday are retailers Lowe’s and Nordstrom. Here are the 7 stocks to know for Monday’s trading.
Blue chip stocks making new short term highs on Friday include stocks as diverse as Nvidia , Schlumberger and Bidu. All three stocks finished the day up more than 4%. Take a look at these 7 stocks and keep ahead of trading on Monday.
The S&P 500, Nasdaq and Dow industrials all closed at new short-term highs above the 200-day moving average and overbought conditions again characterize most equity markets. Take a look at these 7 stocks for Monday’s trading.
A number of stocks continue to climb higher and deeper into overbought territory ahead of trading on Wednesday. This roster includes institutional “must-owns” like Google and a sizable number of “safety stocks” like Colgate Palmolive and Walgreen.
Unsurprisingly, most of the 7 stocks in today’s list are overbought rather than oversold – the result of recent market strength that, even with Tuesday’s sell-off, has left many stocks at levels from which they have historically reversed and moved lower. Here’s a closer look at these 7 stocks.
Here are a few highlighted stocks that high probability traders should keep an eye on this week, plus a recap at how some of the stocks from last week’s list performed.