Nike shares fell in extended trading Tuesday following a double-digit earnings beat.
Nike was under pressure after the bell Tuesday even after topping analysts' earnings and sales estimates for its recent quarter. The market watcher who called for a near-term pullback still sees a longer-term rally intact.
Stocks are fighting to take back record levels this week. One technician is looking in an unusual corner of the market for proof they can build on this rally.
Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel cites ongoing trade tensions and rising interest rates as "major challenges."
General Electric hasn't seen these levels since Wall Street was in crisis. One technician does not see much hope.
The chances Fed members exit Wednesday's meeting without raising the fed funds rate is near zero. Nuveen's Bob Doll says, the question becomes how soon until the next?
After languishing for much of 2018, McDonald's shares have come to life, rising nearly 3 percent last week. One technician sees more gains to come.
Some investors aren't buying the dip in Micron, which is down 15 percent this month and warned about tariffs' impact on its earnings.
After the bell Friday, around $2.8 trillion in equities reshuffled into the newly created communications services sector. Those changes leave the tech sector looking a little different to investors.
Shares of the Shanghai-based Tesla rival have surged since debuting in the public market last week. But some investors are cautious, noting the stock has fallen from its post-IPO high.
Nike shares just sprinted to an all-time high, and some market watchers foresee even bigger gains.
The U.S. and China fired their latest billion-dollar shots in the escalating trade war this week. One market watcher is ready to declare a winner.
While the major U.S. indices have largely shrugged off trade war negotiations — the Dow and S&P 500 are trading at record highs top market watchers say there's still growth potential overseas.
One technician is betting on a rally ahead for Netflix into earnings.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is within striking distance of all-time high, but more than a third of its components are stuck in the mud.
Banks stocks are showing signs of life after a summer slump. Traders are divided on what comes next.
Here's what five experts told CNBC about how investors should be positioning themselves in the trade war.
Energy stocks are on fire. Miller Tabak's Matt Maley says the charts show a bigger breakout ahead for one sector stock: Hess.
Defense stocks just rocketed to all-time highs, and some strategists are betting on even more gains to come.
As U.S.-China trade tensions escalate, one unlikely winner is emerging: Dow component Caterpillar.
Ahead of the changes, one top Wall Street technician has a way to profit from the move.
The CEO of Richard Bernstein Advisors believes the notion of a late-cycle environment is confusing investors.
Amazon's amazing run has hit a roadblock. One technician says the charts point to more highs.
Be sure to check the income statement, the consolidated balance sheet and the statement of cash flows.
Now, some strategists say the stock is simply too rich at current levels to buy in, with a price-earnings ratio of a little over 30 times forward earnings — and the technicals are equally bleak to some.
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices have rallied to their highest level since May 2006, and that has some chart watchers nervous.
Nick Colas highlights what's not working in the tech space.
Only one Chinese tech stock could be an even better bet going forward than shares of Amazon, says trader.
The market is roaring, but bank stocks are barely making a sound. That's concerning to some market watchers.
Boeing is about to break out, says one technical-minded trader.
TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon makes the case for why he sees Apple hitting all-time highs.
Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel suggests profit taking could soon rattle the 2018’s record run.
Bob Doll, chief equity strategist and senior portfolio manager at Nuveen, discusses the market and the Fed’s next move with Mike Santoli.
Larry McDonald with the Bear Traps Report and Mark Newton with Newton Advisors discuss McDonald’s shares with Mike Santoli.
Lindsey Bell, investment strategist at CFRA, makes sense of the upcoming S&P 500 sector changes with Mike Santoli.
Nike just surged to a record high. Mark Tepper of Strategic Wealth Partners and Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray discuss with Mike Santoli.
Steve Chiavarone, portfolio manager at the Federated Global Allocation Fund, breaks down his take on the ongoing U.S.-China trade war with Mike Santoli.
Todd Gordon or TradingAnalysis.com says the charts are pointing to a rally for Netflix.
Even as the Dow climbs back toward its all-time high, a dozen components remain in a correction. Michael Bapis of Vios Advisors at Rockefeller Capital Management and Stacey Gilbert of Susquehanna discuss with Mike Santoli.
Five experts told CNBC how investors should handle a trade war.
The CEO of Richard Bernstein Advisors suggests there’s too much risk aversion in the U.S. stock market.
The CEO of Richard Bernstein Advisors suggests tech’s recent struggles aren’t signaling a broader decline ahead.
The S&P 500 is undergoing a big shift at the end of September. Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global discuss with Michael Santoli.
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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