While some investors are avoiding homebuilders amid rising interest rates that traditionally serve as a headwind for the economically sensitive group of stocks, others say evidence is mounting for a bounce.
Shares of semiconductor manufacturer Nvidia plummeted in after-hours trading on Thursday after its earnings report, but some see the name heading higher even as the group faces tariff-related vulnerabilities.
Should you buy the dip? Some say that's no longer the viable strategy it once was. Wells Fargo's Pravit Chintawongvanich says investors can't assume buying every dip will pay off.
Small-cap stocks just entered the dreaded death cross, a technical development that traditionally suggests weakness ahead for an asset. And if history is any indication, that may signal trouble for the broader market.
Shares of General Electric plunged on Monday to their lowest level since March 2009, extending the stock's severe losses from the session prior. As GE briefly broke below $8 per share, experts told CNBC what investors might expect next.
Shares of General Electric just plunged to a fresh nine-year low, and one equity strategist says investors should take note of one particularly devilish level for the stock: $6.66.
Investors should watch for three major points out of its report, according to Tuna Amobi, senior equity analyst with CFRA.
Amazon has long been dubbed Wall Street's king of retail, but not this year. Shares of online marketplace Etsy have soared 145 percent this year, nearly triple Amazon's gains.
Retail stocks are bouncing off their October lows, some rallying double-digits in the past two weeks as retail earnings kick into full gear. Some top money managers say investors should consider one retail name in particular: Walmart.
Apple has long been a market darling, but it's gotten sliced and diced recently.