Stocks & ETFs to Buy

With the gaming industry so dependent on China for a chunk of its fortunes, it seems odd that Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) is poised to rally over the next few months. The Chinese stock market fell to a 13-month low this week, reflecting weakness in the country’s… Read More

With the gaming industry so dependent on China for a chunk of its fortunes, it seems odd that Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) is poised to rally over the next few months. The Chinese stock market fell to a 13-month low this week, reflecting weakness in the country’s… Read More

Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) is ubiquitous in the online lives of millions, yet its stock has been the bane of many a portfolio.  After a strong performance following its initial public offering in 2013, it’s been a tough slog. The stock fell from a peak near $75 to an… Read More

Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) is ubiquitous in the online lives of millions, yet its stock has been the bane of many a portfolio.  After a strong performance following its initial public offering in 2013, it’s been a tough slog. The stock fell from a peak near $75 to an… Read More

One of the best things about quantitative indicators is that they do not discriminate. Unlike investors, they cannot be swayed by emotions. They do not care if a stock is loved or hated, big or small, well-known or obscure. All that matters is cold, hard facts. That is… Read More

One of the best things about quantitative indicators is that they do not discriminate. Unlike investors, they cannot be swayed by emotions. They do not care if a stock is loved or hated, big or small, well-known or obscure. All that matters is cold, hard facts. That is… Read More

A chart pattern we are always excited to spot is the ascending triangle. Consisting of a horizontal resistance line at its top and an uptrend line at the bottom, the ascending triangle has a bullish bias. It is seen by technical analysts as a “continuation” pattern, which is a pause… Read More

Last month, the world mourned terrorist attacks in Paris that left 130 dead. In the wake of the attacks, the State Department issued a global travel alert for U.S. citizens — an action that was both warranted and fear-mongering. Travel-related stocks, for instance, were punished following both events. … Read More

Last month, the world mourned terrorist attacks in Paris that left 130 dead. In the wake of the attacks, the State Department issued a global travel alert for U.S. citizens — an action that was both warranted and fear-mongering. Travel-related stocks, for instance, were punished following both events. … Read More

The holidays are upon us, which is exciting news for retailers and traders alike. As sleigh bells ring, so will cash registers. The holiday shopping season officially kicks off on Nov. 27. Black Friday sales are expected to top $80 billion as 300 million shoppers swoop up deals. Read More