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Macy's, Sears, Kohl's, J.C. Penney, Nordstrom and Hudson's Bay have set different goals to achieve in the coming months.
The Nasdaq composite is on track to make history this week should its monthly gain hold through Friday's close.
Jim Cramer shared how he uses charts to pinpoint the best time to buy or sell.
Jim Cramer ticked down the top chart patterns that stock owners should know, fear and love.
Jim Cramer noted one chart pattern that can tell you a stock is ready to skyrocket.
Jim Cramer taught investors the key signals that mean it's time to sell.
Jim Cramer explained why a technical eye is crucial to getting ahead of professional money managers.
The economy could be signaling too much of a good thing for stocks.
Ripple rose 20 percent Wednesday to an all-time high, up more than 20,000 percent for the year.
Despite the pullback in Apple, one technician says the charts still suggest the stock is worth buying.
Strategist Jeff Saut said people are still way underinvested and he expects strong earnings in 2018.
TipRanks, a service that ranks Wall Street analysts, identified the five top stocks analysts are betting on into 2018.
The full interview with Simeon Siegel.
Bitcoin is in for a potentially wild ride in 2018 that will end with a modest drop from the current price, analyst Nick Colas said Wednesday.
Art Cashin says he's watching Apple's stock after a report it cut its sales forecast for the iPhone X.
The upside is likely to continue across international markets next year by several technical measures, according to an analysis from BTIG.
The first and second halves of 2018 could prove quite different from one another, writes Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
2017 was a year of surprises, but for 2018, not surprisingly, things are expected to be more, well, normal.
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