Chart patterns show the recent price decline is just a correction within a long-term uptrend.
Only 4 sectors are higher for the year, but analysis indicates that a few are likely to outperform in the months ahead.
The Big Mac Index suggests a new long-term trend for the yuan while the US dollar tries to bottom. These ETFs could make good alternatives to stocks in this volatile market.
Apple and Amazon have held up well despite heavy market volatility. Favorable chart patterns make each a good buy on an upcoming pullback.
Even after sharp recent declines, the chart patterns show that four of the most prominent global bank stocks still have more downside potential.
Despite the market turmoil, these global utility stocks are still trending higher and paying sizable dividends.
History proves that the current meltdown is not a first. Investors who resist panic selling now should be rewarded later.
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