Deep into November, the stock market has still not been able to shake its October blues. One strategist says two things need to happen before the bottom is in.
Boeing is running into trouble this week and now faces a critical technical test, according to one technician.
Semiconductor stocks are getting wrecked, but one market watcher says there could be more trouble for the group.
The bond market's year in decline could round out with some relief, according to Bank of America's chartist.
Crude oil ended Friday with a losing streak not seen in more than 34 years. Such a steep sell-off has made a mess of the commodity's charts, says Matt Maley, equity strategist at Miller Tabak.
The homebuilders are getting crushed this year. They now face a make-or-break level, says Todd Gordon, founder of TradingAnalysis.com.
The appointment of Robyn Denholm to chairwoman briefly boosted Tesla share prices to levels seen before Musk's infamous tweet that he had "funding secured" to take the company private at $420 a share.
Avoiding financials and opting for financials-adjacent picks in the tech space could be a sensible move, says one trader.
Stock market euphoria could be short-lived and one chart gives evidence, says ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan.
Bond yields could soon continue their march higher and not for the right reasons, says Peter Boockvar, chief investment officer at Bleakley Advisory Group.