Buy or Sell Disney Stock? Here’s What the Charts Say Now

— Disney stock is clinging to support now after looking so good just a few days ago. Here's how to trade it now. — By Bret Kenwell, TheStreet.com Disney (DIS) shares are catching a bit on Wednesday, up about 1% after taking a hit on Tuesday. The stock fell 4.2% on Tuesday, following comments from management that subscription growth for...

These U.S. 10-year levels will indicate whether market sell-off will worsen, Jim Bianco says

By Keris Lahiff, CNBC The S&P 500 just closed its worst day since May on Monday, accelerating a September slump triggered by China's Evergrande debt crisis, seasonal weakness and a looming deadline to raise the debt ceiling. Those concerns contributed to market unease, but Bianco Research President Jim Bianco says the market's next move all comes back to one central...

The Best Part About Monday’s Market Selloff? It Was Awful.

Yikes. On Monday the S&P 500 closed 1.7% below Friday's close, although at one point it was down as much as 2.86%; it reclaimed some of its loss during the session. Still, it was a punishing day, snapping key technical floors for most of the major indices. That makes it easier for the bears to sustain the selling effort, now...

The Best Part About Monday’s Market Selloff? It Was Awful.

Yikes. On Monday the S&P 500 closed 1.7% below Friday's close, although at one point it was down as much as 2.86%; it reclaimed some of its loss during the session. Still, it was a punishing day, snapping key technical floors for most of the major indices. That makes it easier for the bears to sustain the selling effort, now...

Weekly Market Outlook – Cracks Are (Finally) Starting to Form

With nothing more than a passing glance last week's losses look run-of-the-mill. We've seen and overcome worse in recent weeks. Take a second, closer look at last week's action though… which we will below. The stumble was seemingly small, but it was actually huge in one regard. Two of the market's three key indices quietly pulled under some critical technical...

Weekly Market Outlook – Cracks Are (Finally) Starting to Form

With nothing more than a passing glance last week's losses look run-of-the-mill. We've seen and overcome worse in recent weeks. Take a second, closer look at last week's action though… which we will below. The stumble was seemingly small, but it was actually huge in one regard. Two of the market's three key indices quietly pulled under some critical technical...

FedEx is flashing a bearish technical sign ahead of earnings, according to chart

By Keris Lahiff, CNBC FedEx shares were on the move after Cowen reiterated its outperform rating heading into the peak holiday shipping season. But, the stock has not delivered in recent months. The shares have fallen 13% this quarter, tracking for their worst since March 2020. This comes ahead of earnings next Tuesday. Bill Baruch, president of Blue Line Capital,...

Buying the Dip in Cisco? Check the Charts First

— Cisco Systems stock is in the midst of a correction. Here's where support should come into play — By Bret Kenwell, TheStreet.com After a strong run, Cisco Systems (CSCO) stock has been cooling off lately. At one point, shares were up 3% on Wednesday, then flipped to a decline of 1.4%, before settling lower by 0.54%. The stock got...

Oracle Stock Pulls Back. Buy the Dip? Chart Gives a Hint.

— Oracle stock is pulling back mildly after a mixed earnings report. Before you buy the dip, check out this potential support zone. — By Bret Kenwell, TheStreet.com The stock market is still trying to find its footing — and to some degree, so is Oracle (ORCL). But the Austin customer-relations-management-software specialist is down more on Tuesday than the S&P...

Here We Go Again: Wednesday Is a Make-or-Break Day

You've heard it before, but after Tuesday's action, it needs to be said again – stocks are near a breaking point, but not yet past it. If things go poorly (for the bulls) on Wednesday, the S&P 500 will find itself beyond that line in the sand. The daily chart of the index in question speaks for itself. The S&P...
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