With the US dollar back on the edge of oversold territory, a near-term bounce in the greenback may be a trader’s best bet.
With shares of Priceline.com beginning to rally from a pullback to short-term lows, will buyers bring competitor Expedia along, as well?
Closing lower for a fifth day in a row on Monday and trading at its most oversold in months, Apple shares are hanging low on the bough.
A gap down on disappointing profits and revenues in shares of this toymaker could be an opportunity in disguise.
After a midweek bounce, global markets from Mexico to Germany to Japan remain vulnerable to renewed selling.
Continued selling in the financials may set up another short-term trading opportunity for active investors.
Prolonged selling in major and pharmaceuticals could provide an opportunity for traders looking to put new money to work.
Hidden among the tidal wave of earnings from financial companies in the coming days are a pair of announcements from technology giants, IBM and Intel.
When it comes to buying weakness and selling strength, the best offense is sometimes a trade in defense.
Will earnings announcements from Wells Fargo and JP Morgan provide a short-term buying catalyst for radically oversold financials?