Investors are falling head over heels for Match, but one market watcher isn't in love.
The S&P 500 has almost completely recovered from the December slump. Its next move higher could be harder to come by.
One major S&P 500 stock has been shut out of the market's rebound, and it could fall even more before finding support.
"The stock market is rallying basically for one reason: The Fed backed off," Bianco Research's James Bianco says.
Cloud tech stock Twilio has risen further and faster than all its peers, but Blue Line Futures' Bill Baruch doesn't want to chase it.
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.
Netflix has soared more than 50 percent from its December lows, and two Street strategists see more gains ahead.
One trader says the charts are pointing to new highs for social media giant Facebook.
U.S. markets are rallying Tuesday as lawmakers reach a preliminary deal to avoid another partial shutdown of the federal government. But as one deadline passes, the next looms...
Activision Blizzard has sunk more than 50 percent in four months as video gaming competition heats up. One technician warns investors to stay away, but another strategist likes it long term.
If a near-term pullback strikes stocks, BTIG's Julian Emanuel says buy it.
Activewear stocks are stretching for big gains to start the year. Oppenheimer's Ari Wald says one has even more upside.
Joule Financial's Quint Tatro sees more downside ahead, but Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson says to buy any dip.
Tech investor Paul Meeks is no longer avoiding the group that made him famous on Wall Street.
The SunTrust and BB&T merger, the biggest bank deal since the Great Recession, gives a boost to regional banks.
The Nasdaq 100 tried to break above December highs but failed. If it tumbles again, there's one stock that could weather the downturn.
Fears of an earnings recession are cropping up in the market as company profits are expected decline for the first time in two years. Three experts weigh in on whether or not the markets can outlast earnings woes
Stocks fell as it became clear that a trade meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping would not happen before a key March deadline.
"This is a rally inside a bear market," according to Prudent Bear Fund manager David Tice.
Stocks have gone from one extreme to another. It could mean a pullback is coming.
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.
Lululemon is up more than 85 percent in the past year in one of the top performances of the Nasdaq 100. One trader is betting it can stretch even further to new highs before the end of March.
Stocks have rocketed off Dec. 26 lows. But more often than not, when markets see this kind of bounce, it often proves a head fake, says Michael Batnick, director of Research at Ritholtz Wealth Management.
Shares of the aviation giant have soared 27 percent this year, and on Tuesday the stock broke above $400 for the first time. Susquehanna's Stacey Gilbert lists three reasons why she likes Boeing.
The markets have roared back from the December lows, with the S&P 500 up nearly 16 percent. If you missed the rally, two experts say there's still time to get in.
Bespoke Investment's Paul Hickey sees stocks rallying amid disappointing guidance as a bullish sign.
Nvidia shares started the week on a high note. But with the stock losing almost half its value in just four months, Chantico Global's Gina Sanchez sees a dead cat bounce.
Alphabet reports earnings after Monday's closing bell.
Mark Newton of Newton Advisors and John Petrides of Point View Wealth Management say GE could be a good long-term bet, but expect some volatility first.
Russell Investments’ Douglas Gordon believes investors may be too exposed to the stock market.
Russell Investments’ Douglas Gordon is worried investors are too invested in stocks right now.
Bianco Research’s James Bianco worries the strong start to 2019 could prematurely push the Fed to raise rates.
Bianco Research’s James Bianco isn’t ruling out a Fed shift that could endanger the 2019 market rally.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com says Facebook's about to breakout and rally to new highs.
BTIG’s Julian Emanuel believes the next market sell-off will be one of the best buying opportunities of the year.
If a near-term pullback strikes stocks, BTIG’s Julian Emanuel says buy it.
Paul Meeks is no longer avoiding the group that made him famous on Wall Street.
Investor Paul Meeks believes the Nasdaq will outperform the broader market this year.
Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray and Joule Financial's Quint Tatro discuss whether investors should buy the market dip.
Mark Tepper of Strategic Wealth Partners and Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com discuss key market levels to watch.
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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