Despite low valuations, Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan are sucker's bets.
Friday’s downturn should continue into next week, but technically this should be just a correction that will set up a buying opportunity.
These market leaders have rallied sharply recently, and while a pullback is likely, the charts for both stocks show no signs of major tops.
The stock has historically outperformed the market, but technical indicators suggest that relationship may be changing.
There is substantial upside potential in minerals, and risk-controlled entry points are evident for 3 leading producers.
Their solid chart patterns point to relative safety for investors.
Fortunes changed nearly overnight last week, and a rally took firm hold. So firm, in fact, that a coming correction could be a time to buy.
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