One week does not make a trend, but the price action would seem to suggest that the parts of the market are ready to signal that a bottom is somewhere on the horizon.
Stocks rallied on Thursday on hopes that the government's plan to shore up the financial system could quickly spark lending.
The Dow fell on Wednesday after a glum profit forecast from Kraft signaled consumers are skimping even on the basics.
Technical analysts and “fundamentalists” alike offer bullish reasons why investors should own this stock.
Stocks rose on Wednesday, capping the S&P 500's longest winning streak since November...
Cramer explains why it's important to stay positive without being Pollyanna.
"We don't always know which ones are going to be the amazing turnarounds," says one market pro. "But there's opportunity out there, there's no question about it."
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The Dow rose in choppy trade on Monday, with investors shrugging off a grim warning about the year ahead from Caterpillar.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Southwest Airlines and Potash popped while eBay and Sony dropped.
The Dow rose on Friday on strength in the energy sector and companies that hold up well in recessions...
The Communist Party is pouring hundreds of billions of dollars into an economywide recovery plan. The U.S., suffering through its own recession, needs to do even more.
Following are the week’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Sears and Palm popped while Wells Fargo and Coach dropped.
The Dow fell on Friday after government data showed the labor market deteriorated further in December, raising investor concerns about the outlook for profits and a deepening recession.
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Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of General Motors and Family Dollar Stores popped while Freeport-McMoRan and JPMorgan Chase dropped.
Rafael Resendes of the Toreador Large Cap Value Fund sees the stock market changing from a momentum-driven market to a valuation-driven one. He names a number of stocks that he feels are very well positioned.
It’s Beijing, and not Washington, that’s going to get us out of this worldwide recession, he says.
Stocks made gains on Tuesday after the release of minutes from the last Fed policy meeting suggested a stimulus package would become an even greater priority.
That we didn't see it is a good sign. This is what is called a "consolidation phase," and while it does not guarantee the rally will continue, it is an encouraging sign.