Netflix is set to gain a new competitor next week when Apple will reportedly unveil its streaming platform. The charts already point to a winner in the streaming battles.
Despite Boeing's big decline this week, a different industrial giant could point to the next move for the market.
The S&P 500 may still be 5 percent from its record high, but a handful of stocks have soared to highs, including Merck, Mastercard, P&G, Cisco and Estee Lauder.
Just five of the stocks of the Dow 30 have carried it back within reach of record highs: Boeing, IBM, United Technologies, Goldman Sachs and Home Depot.
Are FANG stocks losing their luster? With the exception of Netflix, that basket of tech names has underperformed the market this month.
Just one chipmaker is negative for the year: Qualcomm. But the last time it traded at these levels it rallied 50 percent.
Deere is racing circles around Caterpillar. The tractor company is up 20 percent over the past six months, while Caterpillar languishes in the red.
Starbucks, Xilinx and Waste Management hit all-time highs this week. According to two traders, there could be bigger breakouts.
One cloud software stock is soaring above the rest so far this year. Its massive run has one trader wary of a possible pullback from here.
Should Wall Street be rooting for the Patriots or the Rams to win the big game? Our traders break down this Super Bowl indicator.