Friday's big bounce shouldn't have been that surprising based on the charts, which tell us that the overall rally could run through the end of the year.
Homebuilding stocks could begin an impressive year-end run. Here are entry levels and price targets for four major players.
New signs of weakness in gold futures and popular ETFs like GLD and GDX suggest that a new decline could unfold, ultimately setting the stage for a stronger rebound later on.
Dividend-stock funds have been some of the best performers lately, and are good choices for both the short and long haul.
Be prepared to buy strong stocks on corrections.
These semiconductor stocks show bullish chart patterns. Here are risk-controlled entry points to watch for each.
These low-priced carriers are jumping up even as established competitors are flat or down.
Bondholders fed up with low yields could drive stocks significantly higher. And a few sectors should be ready to buy into at the next pullback.
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