While semiconductor stocks have rallied nearly 40% this year, top names like Nvidia and Micron are still far from their 52-week highs.
Tesla heads into its earnings report out after the bell Wednesday trading at its lowest level in six months. One strategist says it should get even worse for the electric car maker.
Apple shares are trading above their average price target, but analysts are still the most bearish they've been on the stock in 15 years.
Wall Street is about to get its first glimpse at how Boeing has weathered its 737 Max crisis. Overlook any near-term weakness, says Mark Tepper.
Twitter is partying hard on Tuesday. Even with those gains, the social stock still looks like a name with more upside to come to this technician.
Institutional Investor hall of famer Richard Bernstein expects a challenging earnings season for big tech companies.
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Health care has been clobbered in the past week. One of the sector's largest components suggests a recovery in the making, Matt Maley says.
Crude prices popped after the Trump administration announced that it would no longer grant exemptions to U.S. sanctions on Iran, and experts say it could be good for stocks.
The options market is not pricing in how volatile trading could get in the wake of earnings releases by Facebook and Amazon on Wednesday and Thursday.
This week is the busiest week of earnings, and Craig Johnson and Mark Tepper say Amazon is the name to watch ahead of earnings.
Health-care stocks suffered a scare this week. The XLV health-care sector ETF tumbled more than 4%, its worst week of the year.
Semis are on fire, but that spike has taken the chips to their most overbought levels since January 2018. Are the chips setting up for a fall?
Raymond James' Jeff Saut says the bull market has at least another five years of life in it, even though "nobody believes it."
Transport stocks are on a roll. The transport index is within 5% of its all-time high. Two Street watchers say it's showing no signs of slowing down.
The end of Qualcomm's yearslong battle with Apple brings new hope for a host of technology stocks, market watchers say.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 just hit an all-time high, and investors should consider buying the stocks that got it there as well as some lesser-known names, experts say.
Lululemon just hit record highs for its second straight day, and Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees more upside.
Shares of health-care giant UnitedHealth have dropped considerably in the last week, but one market watcher advises betting on the dip.
IBM is the second top gainer on the Dow this year, and it's about to report earnings.
Netflix is set to report earnings after the bell Tuesday. BK Asset Management's Boris Schlossberg says investors only care about one thing and it has him seeing flashbacks of Amazon's early years.
Yale University economics professor Robert Shiller suggests President Trump's policies will prolong the bull market.
Nike shares rallied the last time Tiger Woods won the Masters, and one market watcher says we could be in for a repeat performance.
Ahead of earnings from Bank of America and Morgan Stanley later this week, five experts weigh in on the mixed quarter for the big banks so far.
Expect the unexpected as earnings season picks up speed this week, says Edward Yardeni, president and founder of Yardeni Research.
Chevron is starting the week fresh on the heels of its worst day in more than a year. Joule Financial's Quint Tatro is jumping in.
The stocks of J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley are two analysts' top picks earnings season kick off.
Disney's streaming service, Disney+, will launch in November at $6.99 a month, and experts are split on what the entertainment giant's newest venture might bring.
As the reporting season heats up next week with the potential for increased volatility, Michael Batnick, director of research at Ritholtz Wealth Management, is warning of a common mistake investors should avoid.
Some retailers are keeping pace with, and even outpacing, Amazon. Erin Gibbs sees one of them as a better buy: Ulta Beauty.
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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