Indicators are mixed, and events next week could tip the scales to the bears or bulls, but sideways trading in the short term seems likely to be followed by a solid rebound.
A strong lineup of brands will help the company claim more than 40% of the at-home coffee-drinking market, one analyst says.
Why? Because receiving automotive accessories, tools and home improvement products is about as exciting as watching oil drain or plaster dry.
Rough global markets led to $770 million in net outflows last month.
These potential bargains could heat up.
We’ve been following three technically sound stocks whose strong overseas operations will also benefit if the US dollar stays weak. One is still a good buy, and a fourth stock has just emerged.
Materials are likely to underperform sector leaders like health care and consumer staples this summer. Here’s the latest chart action for the materials sector ETF and three of its key holdings.
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