Internal deterioration suggests so.
The market's recent correction and technical vulnerability could easily drop these shares by 5%.
With positive earnings and business outlooks, these 2 plays could outperform the S&P 500.
Disappointing jobs data may initiate an overdue correction and present new buying opportunities, but only if indicators don't signal a lack of buyer conviction.
Investors shouldn't let this year's hot start make them buy and forget.
Many have held out hope for gold-mining stocks, but negative technical signals actually warned of this week's high-volume decline.
Wednesday's rebound is not unexpected, but this likely oversold bounce should lead to a deeper correction -- and more buying opportunities.
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