Whether or not a dystopian, sci-fi film for young adults sounds like your recipe for a blockbuster, those trading the stock behind the movie know that pullbacks into oversold territory can cook up plenty of short-term opportunity.
Banks rally to new, short-term highs after pulling back to oversold territory earlier this week.
Shares of airlines stocks sold off aggressively on Tuesday, with stocks like Delta Air Lines and JetBlue down more than 7%.
From biotech to warehouse retailing, pullbacks in stocks like Celgene and Costco continue to provide potential short-term opportunity.
The Hot List: The midweek pullback that has seen the Nasdaq 100 close lower for six out of the past seven days means upgrades some of the index’s most loved tech stocks.
DataTrader: Does profit-taking in Mastercard and Visa anticipate selling in other credit card stocks like Capital One Financial?
The Hot List When traders are moving back toward risk and growth, slower moving, less volatile stocks are often those left behind. Here are three such stocks – from the food industry – that are likely to make big moves with all the attention focused on growth and glamour stocks.
Looking to fade the current rally? Here are three blue chip Dow industrials stocks that may be ripe for reversal.
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