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Pharma Stocks Pullback Again, Keep Them On The Radar
The current charts of the pharma stocks are indicating a near term pullback pattern before another likely buying opportunity arises.
What’s Next For Crude?
Oil is currently being helped by production cuts from OPEC and Russia. Recently, economies around the world have begun to open up and this is certainly causing demand to rise.
Gold Miners Are Falling, But Will Shine Again
Today, many of the leading gold mining stocks are declining and trading sharply lower on the session.
Beware The Week Of Options Expiration
Recently, the major stocks indexes have been very strong on the charts. All of the major stock indexes have been surging higher since the March 23, 2020 lows.
Casino Stocks Could Be A Good Bet Soon
Leading casino stocks have been trading sideways for the past several weeks. Anytime an industry group trades sideways and is off the lows it is building a base to potentially move higher.
Big Bank Stocks Are Still Struggling
These next few weeks will be very important for the big bank stocks as patterns form on the larger time-frames.
Are The Airline Stocks Permanently Grounded?
Most of the stocks in the travel industry have been decimated since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Airline stocks have taken the biggest beating of them all as they are barely flying any people these days.
Gold Is Shining, But Pattern Holds The Keys To Next Move
Gold is still consolidating at this time and may need to do more of it before the next leg higher.
This Earnings Season Is Unpredictable, Use The Charts
Traders and investors must realize that the major stock indexes all rallied sharply higher since the recent March low. What is important now is to see the pattern that forms over the next few weeks on the charts.
Russell 2000 Retreats
The Russell 2000 Index is pulling back today after hitting a major resistance level yesterday.
Hormel Foods (HRL) Slides, Here’s The Trade
HRL stock is now testing it’s 50-day moving average. This is near term support for the stock, but a better and stronger level should be lower around the $42.50 area.
This Earnings Season May Be The Least Important For Stocks
The markets are already anticipating bad news unless the stock has been a high flier during this crisis period. This is a very good reason why you will want to follow the charts and the technicals going forward.
The Russell 2000 Holds Clues To This Market
The Russell 2000 Index was the biggest tip off that there was something wrong with this stock market.
Volume Is Talking Right Now
This week the SPY has been pulling back a little on much lighter volume than what we saw in mid-March. This tells me that the markets could simply be consolidating the recent rally.
Don’t Expect Good Earnings, Just Watch The Charts
There has been a lot of damage done on the charts, but there are still stocks that are on sale and others that are looking attractive.
Financial Stocks Kick Off Earnings Season
Traders and investors should note that this is still a very technical market. Trading levels and patterns will dominate the moves in stocks as the fundamentals are out the window for now.
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