They're surging as we enter a strong seasonal period. Here are 2 solid performers to buy on pullbacks. Plus: A lucrative play from last year that may pay off again.
Despite rampant bearishness, major indexes are showing a market bottom.
The companies are facing strong resistance and are likely to lag the overall market.
The charts suggest a major bottom, and if confirmed, solid, risk-controlled entry points in a leading ETF and select oil stocks may soon be presented.
A key technical measure for these shares indicates risk may be high for new buying.
The market may be close to a bottom, and next week’s action will likely either confirm that or send investors running for the hills. Still, there should be attractive buys out there.
After a rough quarter, a sustained rally looks more likely.
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