The chipmaker's upcoming earnings report will be critical in determining where its stock goes next, experts say.
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.
Look to one group of stocks for whether the S&P 500 secures new highs, says Paul Hickey, co-founder of Bespoke Investment Group.
FedEx is set to report earnings after the bell, and it could be a lifeline to this lagging sector.
Strategic Wealth Partners' Mark Tepper says Alphabet is a better bet than Facebook.
BTIG's Julian Emanuel predicts financials bolstered by a Brexit deal will lead the next leg of 2019's rally.
Investors have lived for half a year in the shadow of the bear, and now find the indexes on the cusp of breaking back into the light.
Tesla shares have taken a wrong turn, and one technician says the charts point to more hardship ahead for the electric vehicle maker.
ECRI's Lakshman Achuthan warns investors could get scorched by one of 2019's most popular groups.
Netflix's rally appears to have lost steam. One technical analyst says this needs to happen in the stock before it looks like a buy again.
The S&P 500 has raced higher this quarter, and one group of stocks has done the heavy lifting. However, one market watcher warns that some investors may be missing out.
Snap soared Thursday, and is now up more than 100 percent since the start of the year. But Blue Line Futures' Bill Baruch says don't be tempted to buy due to "fear of missing out."
The market behavior that prompts this query is a decline in Treasury yields coinciding with rising stock prices.
Despite Boeing's big decline this week, a different industrial giant could point to the next move for the market.
Institutional Investor hall of famer Rich Bernstein believes too many investors believe tech stocks are invincible.
Shares of chipmaker Nvidia are on a tear this week, and technical analyst Matt Maley says one critical level will determine whether the surge can continue.
Top analysts weigh in on how billionaire Kylie Jenner and other factors will drive Ulta earnings this week.
Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet are outpacing the broader market for 2019, and two experts see more runway ahead of some of the names.
Traders Erin Gibbs and Mark Newton say Etsy looks by far the best of the bunch.
Two of the sectors that get the least attention are getting a lot of investor love, but traders are split on whether their run can continue.
Chips stocks are ripping higher this year, and Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees more upside for one.
One slice of the tech space is outperforming, and Oppenheimer's Ari Wald sees more highs ahead.
The energy sector is still near bear-market territory, but Raymond James chief strategist Jeffrey Saut sees an opportunity.
Oppenheimer's Ari Wald says Apple might be range bound for a bit, but Chantico Global's Gina Sanchez says the stock is a bargain.
Boeing's stock lost roughly 9 percent Monday after one of its best-selling planes saw its second deadly crash in less than five months. Three experts opine on what's next for the stock.
After starting the year on a high note energy stocks are under pressure. Analysts Craig Johnson and Boris Schlossberg are leery about the sector.
Wall Street analysts have the lowest percentage of buy ratings on Apple's stock in 15 years. Here's what that could mean for the stock's trajectory.
Worried investors searching for meaning in the bond market and its relationship to stocks may feel vindication after this week. They would be wrong, says Jim Paulsen.
Less than 5 percent of the CEOs in the S&P 500 are women, but records show that most of them beat the index during their tenures.
Shares of Coty, Philip Morris, Western Digital, Exxon Mobil and General Motors don't just pay high dividends, but they're also crushing the major averages this year.
S&P Global portfolio manager Erin Gibbs breaks down what she is watching for the week ahead.
Max Wolff of 55 Institutional breaks down three key market themes he is watching.
Boris Schlossberg, BK Asset Management managing director of foreign exchange strategy, discusses three key market events he is watching for on Thursday.
S&P Global portfolio manager Erin Gibbs discusses three key market themes she is watching for on Wednesday.
Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global CEO, discusses three key market themes she is watching for on Tuesday.
Max Wolff of 55 Institutional breaks down three key market themes for the week ahead.
Bill Baruch of iiTrader breaks down what he'll be watching for on Friday.
S&P Global portfolio manager Erin Gibbs breaks down three key market themes she is watching for on Thursday.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management breaks down three key items he is watching for on Wednesday.
Here’s what Harvest Volatility Management portfolio manager Dennis Davitt will be watching for on Tuesday.
Evercore ISI technician Rich Ross breaks down what he is watching for on Friday.
Stacey Gilbert is the head of derivative strategy at Susquehanna.
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