Wall Street is under pressure, but a handful of stocks are breaking out to new highs. McDonald's, Waste Management, Hershey, Visa and Costco have notched records this month, while ConEd has surged to 52-week highs.
It's been a record-making year for Procter & Gamble. At 26 all-time highs in 2019, that marks its most over the January-to-April period since at least 1972.
Crude oil has snapped its best weekly win streak in four years, but technician says the sell-off in oil won't last long.
IBM is the second top gainer on the Dow this year, and it's about to report earnings.
Netflix's rally appears to have lost steam. One technical analyst says this needs to happen in the stock before it looks like a buy again.
Consider it an Ulta-mate rally. Shares of Ulta have roared 7,500 percent in the past 10 years, and one technician expects more gains.
Square tumbled in extended trading Wednesday after issuing disappointing guidance. However, one technician sees an even more bullish pattern forming.
One major S&P 500 stock has been shut out of the market's rebound, and it could fall even more before finding support.
Cloud tech stock Twilio has risen further and faster than all its peers, but Blue Line Futures' Bill Baruch doesn't want to chase it.
Stocks have gone from one extreme to another. It could mean a pullback is coming.