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  • Cannabis company Canopy Growth loss narrows as operating expenses drop

    May 30, 2024 | 05:00 am

    Stock rises fractionally in premarket

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  • The 5 states where homes face the biggest risk of hurricane damage — and how much it costs a homeowner to repair it

    May 30, 2024 | 05:00 am

    U.S. homeowners gear up for another record year of hurricanes. CoreLogic expects nearly 33 million homes to be at risk of damage.

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  • Best Buy’s stock rises after profit beats expectations, while revenue and same-store sales fall more than forecast

    May 30, 2024 | 04:59 am

    Best Buy pointed to a larger membership base and “improvements in our customer experiences.”

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  • AI and geopolitics to see copper prices hit record highs, Goldman Sachs says

    May 30, 2024 | 04:57 am

    The investment bank said a combination of technological, geopolitical, and economic factors have created the conditions for a commodity bull market

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  • Salesforce’s ‘increasingly visible’ weakness could spur a stock drop not seen in years

    May 30, 2024 | 04:52 am

    Investors searching for more reason to be cautious about the health of the software sector just got a big one.

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  • Kohl’s stock drops sharply as it swings to an unexpected loss and issues 2024 profit warning

    May 30, 2024 | 04:46 am

    Kohl’s Corp.’s stock lost about a fifth of its value in premarket trading on Thursday after it swung to an unexpected first-quarter loss and warned its full-year 2024 earnings would fall short of analyst estimates.

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  • Is It Time to Lock in Profits on These 3 Overbought Stocks?

    May 30, 2024 | 04:45 am

    Several stocks have entered overbought territory, with First Solar (RSI 88.85), Woodward (RSI 78.5), and Qualcomm (RSI 75.79) signaling potential pullbacks

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  • GigaCloud Technology Launches BaaS for B2B Marketplace Platform

    May 30, 2024 | 04:40 am

    GigaCloud Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: GCT) provides end-to-end business-to-business (B2B) cross-border e-commerce solutions for large parcel merchandise globally.

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  • Abercrombie & Fitch First Quarter Earnings Surge to New Heights

    May 30, 2024 | 04:36 am

    Abercrombie & Fitch shattered earnings expectations, riding a wave of record revenue and soaring brand popularity.

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  • Stock market update: Power stocks down as market falls

    May 30, 2024 | 04:36 am

    The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 617.3 points at 73885.6

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  • Oil prices sink as wider market selloff continues and traders await inventory data

    May 30, 2024 | 04:31 am

    Oil futures fell Thursday, feeling pressure as equities and other assets perceived as risky extended a selloff and traders awaited official data on U.S. inventories.

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  • Stock market update: Stocks that hit 52-week highs on NSE in today's trade

    May 30, 2024 | 04:31 am

    Exicom Tele-Systems, Emami, Sakuma Exports, Heritage Foods and Techno Electric, hit their fresh 52-week highs during the day.

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  • VF Corp Stock May Be Down, But Don't Count it Out

    May 30, 2024 | 04:30 am

    Outdoor apparel and footwear manufacturer VF Corp. (NYSE: VFC) had a disastrous fiscal Q4 2024 earnings report. The consumer discretionary sector giant missed

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  • Advance Auto Parts Pivots Strategy to Compete with Rivals

    May 30, 2024 | 04:30 am

    Advance Auto Parts management is making the right calls when it comes to navigating the current economy, analysts recognize these efforts in EPS projections

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  • This stock fund has beaten the S&P 500 with bets on ‘enablers’ in AI and beyond

    May 30, 2024 | 04:27 am

    The managers of the Putnam Large Cap Growth Fund pursue “durable growth” for an all-weather strategy.

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  • Stock market update: FMCG stocks down as market falls

    May 30, 2024 | 04:26 am

    The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 617.3 points at 73885.6

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  • Travel Surge Boosts Delta, United, and Southwest Stocks

    May 30, 2024 | 04:25 am

    Three airline stocks come to mind for investors to ride on the consumer comeback, TSA numbers suggest that travel demand is well underway

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  • DG Earnings: All you need to know about Dollar General’s Q1 2024 earnings results

    May 30, 2024 | 04:23 am

    Dollar General Corporation (NYSE: DG) reported its first quarter 2024 earnings results today. Net sales increased 6.1% year-over-year to $9.91 billion. Same-store sales increased 2.4%. Net income decreased over 29% to […] The post DG Earnings: All you need to know about Dollar General’s Q1 2024 earnings results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Fed fears have rattled stocks, but that’s not the biggest risk to the market, says Josh Brown

    May 30, 2024 | 04:21 am

    If the big tech companies start to ease up on AI spending, that could derail stocks, argues Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management.

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  • Chewy, Inc. Results Provide Ample Reason to Buy the Stock

    May 30, 2024 | 04:20 am

    Chewy, Inc. had a solid quarter with cash flow and earnings improving, a new share repurchase plan announced, and momentum in critical details.

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  • AI replicating human thinking is more Big Tech ‘fake-it-till-you-make-it’ hype 

    May 30, 2024 | 04:17 am

    ChatGPT and its peers do not understand what words mean.

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  • Dick’s Sporting Goods is a Winner for Income Investors

    May 30, 2024 | 04:15 am

    Dick's Sporting Goods is a winner for income investors because of growth, value, cash flow, balance sheet, and capital returns.

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  • I’d aim for an annual second income of £34k with high-yield dividend stocks

    May 30, 2024 | 04:11 am

    I'm looking for the best way to start earning a second income with very little effort. Is it by investing a large sum into high-yield dividend stocks? The post I’d aim for an annual second income of £34k with high-yield dividend stocks appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Stock market update: Stocks that hit 52-week lows on NSE in today's trade

    May 30, 2024 | 04:10 am

    Tata Steel, Tech Mahindra, Power Grid, Titan Company and Wipro were among the top losers on NSE in today's trade.

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  • United Natural Foods Surges on Whole Foods Extended Partnership

    May 30, 2024 | 04:05 am

    United Natural Foods Inc. (NYSE: UNFI) is a leading wholesale distributor of organic, natural and specialty foods and grocery products in the United States

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  • Gainers & Losers: Paytm, Tata Steel and GMR Airports among 7 stocks in limelight on Thursday

    May 30, 2024 | 04:05 am

    Indian benchmark indices ended on a negative note for the fifth straight session on May 30, with Nifty closing around 22,500 on its monthly expiry.

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  • Share market update: Most active stocks of the day in terms of traded value

    May 30, 2024 | 04:05 am

    The NSE Nifty index closed 216.05 points down at 22488.65

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  • I bought these 2 great value FTSE 100 shares after they crashed. Here’s what happened next

    May 30, 2024 | 04:04 am

    Harvey Jones loves buying FTSE 100 shares after they've fallen out of favour with investors. His strategy can take time to work though. The post I bought these 2 great value FTSE 100 shares after they crashed. Here’s what happened next appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Call Option Volumes Spiked For These 3 Stocks

    May 30, 2024 | 04:00 am

    Option traders decided to plow into call contracts for these three stocks, investors can see the specific fundamental reasons behind this decision

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  • Stock market update: Fertilisers stocks down as market falls

    May 30, 2024 | 04:00 am

    The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 617.3 points at 73885.6

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  • Stock market update: Nifty Auto index falls 1.21%

    May 30, 2024 | 03:55 am

    The Nifty Auto index closed 1.21 per cent down at 23471.0.

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  • Stock market update: Nifty Bank index advances 0.37%

    May 30, 2024 | 03:45 am

    The Nifty Bank index closed 0.37 per cent up at 48682.35.

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  • HRL Earnings: Key quarterly highlights from Hormel’s Q2 2024 financial results

    May 30, 2024 | 03:45 am

    Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE: HRL) reported its second quarter 2024 earnings results today. Net sales decreased 3% year-over-year to $2.89 billion. Net earnings attributable to Hormel Foods Corporation were $189.2 […] The post HRL Earnings: Key quarterly highlights from Hormel’s Q2 2024 financial results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Stock market update: Nifty Realty index falls 0.49%

    May 30, 2024 | 03:40 am

    The Nifty Realty index closed 0.49 per cent down at 996.05.

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  • Stock market update: Sugar stocks down as market falls

    May 30, 2024 | 03:35 am

    The 30-share BSE Sensex closed down 617.3 points at 73885.6

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  • Mark Mobius turns bullish on Chinese stocks amid recent rally

    May 30, 2024 | 03:08 am

    Mark Mobius turned bullish on Chinese equities, citing confidence in the recent rebound after advising investors to avoid them in April.

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  • Operating profit up 26%! Auto Trader is leading the FTSE 100 on results day

    May 30, 2024 | 02:54 am

    An explosive move higher from the Auto Trader share price suggests the full-year results are good, but is the stock a potential buy now? The post Operating profit up 26%! Auto Trader is leading the FTSE 100 on results day appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Election Jitters! A 15-20% correction is okay, look beyond June 4: Experts

    May 30, 2024 | 02:48 am

    Motilal Oswal Financial Services Chairman & Co-Founder Raamdeo Agrawal said that post-election will be a "very interesting time though things may have extended a little bit and it is quite possible that the next quarter or two could be slow.

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  • Market Mayhem: Sensex nosedives 617 points on F&O expiry day. Here are 5 factors behind today's crash

    May 30, 2024 | 02:42 am

    Bears were on a rampage on Thursday as selling pressure was witnessed in most sectors. Sensex hit the day's low of 73,668.73 and Nifty briefly slipped below 22,500. Indices plummeted for the fourth straight day, sending Dalal Street into a tailspin. Here are top five factors behind the blood bath. Investors lost 4.49 lakh crore.

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  • If I’d put £2,000 in Nvidia stock when ChatGPT came out, here’s what I’d have now

    May 30, 2024 | 02:20 am

    Our writer looks at the eye-popping gains that Nvidia stock has made in the 18 months since the release of AI virtual assistant ChatGPT. The post If I’d put £2,000 in Nvidia stock when ChatGPT came out, here’s what I’d have now appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • This former penny share is up 163% in a year. Could it be worth even more?

    May 30, 2024 | 02:14 am

    Christopher Ruane explains some of the concerns that kept him away from a penny share before its stellar rise -- and whether he'd invest now. The post This former penny share is up 163% in a year. Could it be worth even more? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Internet-based trading: Sebi reduces approval time to 7 days for brokers

    May 30, 2024 | 02:08 am

    ​Markets regulator Sebi on Thursday significantly reduced the time taken by stock exchanges for granting approval to stock brokers for internet-based trading to seven days from the current 30 days. The move is aimed at facilitating ease of doing business.

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  • Mazagon Dock, Samvardhana Motherson among 4 midcap stocks that hit new 52-week highs on Thursday

    May 30, 2024 | 01:54 am

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  • Cummins India Q4 Results: PAT grows to Rs 539 crore

    May 30, 2024 | 01:42 am

    Cummins India's profit after tax surged to Rs 538.86 crore in the March quarter, with expenses at Rs 1,829.19 crore compared to Rs 1,648.01 crore in the previous year.

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  • Shree Cements shares down 1.73% as Nifty falls

    May 30, 2024 | 01:38 am

    The stock quoted a 52-week high price of Rs 30710.15 and low of Rs 22601.3.

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  • Ambuja Cements shares drop 0.74% as Sensex falls

    May 30, 2024 | 01:33 am

    On the technical charts, the RSI of the stock stood at 53.01.

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  • Shriram Finance shares fall 2.57 per cent in Thursday's trading session

    May 30, 2024 | 01:28 am

    The Relative Strength Index of the stock stood at 39.23 on Thursday.

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  • Info Edge shares fall 2.16% as Nifty drops

    May 30, 2024 | 01:23 am

    The stock quoted a 52-week high price of Rs 6545.95 and a 52-week low of Rs 3815.05.

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  • Chola Inv Finance shares down 2.08% as Sensex falls

    May 30, 2024 | 01:18 am

    A total of 13,887 shares changed hands on the counter till 01:48PM (IST)

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  • Coworking co EFC January-March net profit up 205% at 27.94 crore

    May 30, 2024 | 01:16 am

    Segment-wise, the only listed co-working space company's rental business accounted for a major share of total revenue at Rs 69.95 crore followed by fit out contracts business at Rs 23.24 crore and Rs 5.92 crore from other businesses.

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  • Share price of PI Industries falls as Sensex drops 497.36 points

    May 30, 2024 | 01:13 am

    A total of 3,742 shares changed hands on the counter till 01:43PM (IST)

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  • Election uncertainty weighs on Awfis Space Solutions' debut: Should you hold or exit?

    May 30, 2024 | 01:08 am

    Awfis Space Solutions, a prominent participant in India's flexible workspace sector, experienced a respectable listing on Thursday, albeit slightly below expectations. The company's shares debuted at Rs 435, marking a gain of over 13% compared to the issue price of Rs 383.

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  • Colgate-Palmolive shares drop 0.9% as Sensex falls

    May 30, 2024 | 01:03 am

    The stock quoted a 52-week high of Rs 2961.15 and a 52-week low of Rs 1567.65.

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  • Tube Investments shares drop 0.55% as Sensex falls

    May 30, 2024 | 00:53 am

    A total of 2,911 shares changed hands on the counter till 01:22PM (IST)

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  • Share price of Trent falls as Sensex drops 400.0 points

    May 30, 2024 | 00:47 am

    Promoters held 37.01 per cent stake in the company as of 31-Mar-2024, while FII and DII ownership stood at 26.8 per cent and 8.72 per cent, respectively.

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  • Mphasis shares drop 0.62% as Sensex falls

    May 30, 2024 | 00:37 am

    The stock quoted a 52-week high of Rs 2835.0 and a 52-week low of Rs 1807.0.

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  • Share price of LTIMindtree falls as Nifty weakens

    May 30, 2024 | 00:32 am

    A total of 11,704 shares changed hands on the counter till 01:02PM (IST).

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  • I’m not convinced the Dr Martens share price is a bargain. Here’s why

    May 30, 2024 | 00:28 am

    After the bootmaker reported its full year results today, our writer explains why a Dr Martens share price in pennies doesn’t appeal to him. The post I’m not convinced the Dr Martens share price is a bargain. Here’s why appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Should I invest in the S&P 500 or FTSE 100?

    May 29, 2024 | 23:19 pm

    Ben McPoland thinks one FTSE 100 stock might offer a compromise between high US market growth and cheap Footsie valuations. The post Should I invest in the S&P 500 or FTSE 100? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • How much passive income could I earn by investing £100 a month in UK shares?

    May 29, 2024 | 23:09 pm

    With just a £100 monthly investment in UK dividend shares, I could achieve a decent passive income stream of over £13,000 a year. The post How much passive income could I earn by investing £100 a month in UK shares? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Looking for cheap growth shares? Here’s a FTSE 250 stock to consider in June

    May 29, 2024 | 20:18 pm

    Pets at Home shares still look dirt cheap, says Royston Wild. Here, he explains why the retailer might be one of the best-value growth shares to buy. The post Looking for cheap growth shares? Here’s a FTSE 250 stock to consider in June appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • The 3 big risks to Lloyds’ share price in 2024!

    May 29, 2024 | 18:53 pm

    Is the Lloyds share price one of the FTSE 100's worst investor traps? Royston Wild thinks the bank's shares could crash again in the coming months. The post The 3 big risks to Lloyds’ share price in 2024! appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.

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  • Failed Bearish Patterns are Bullish for S&P 500!

    May 29, 2024 | 15:38 pm

    In this edition of StockCharts TV's The Final Bar, Dave welcomes Frank Cappelleri, CMT CFA of CappThesis. Frank shares how the bull market phase has been marked by confirmed and completed bullish patterns and failed breakdowns after bearish patterns. Meanwhile, Dave discusses the rising interest rate environment, what it means for the equal-weighted S&P to underperform the regular cap-weighted SPX, and how charts like LUV remain firmly in a bearish trend.You can find Dave's chart showing equal-weighted vs. cap-weighted $SPX here.This video originally premiered on May 29, 2024. Watch on our dedicated Final Bar page on StockCharts TV!New episodes of The Final Bar premiere every weekday afternoon. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

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  • This MUST SEE MACD Pattern is a Game Changer

    May 29, 2024 | 14:26 pm

    On this week's edition of Stock Talk with Joe Rabil, Joe shows a specific MACD pattern that, when it develops on the monthly chart, can give a great early warning sign. Joe gives several examples of this pattern during the lesson. He also shows two Scans that he runs in ACP and discusses the 10-year Yield and the Commodity chart, DBC. He then covers the stock requests that came through this week, including DIS, CNQ, and more.This video was originally published on May 29, 2024. Click this link to watch on StockCharts TV.Archived episodes of the show are available at this link. Send symbol requests to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; you can also submit a request in the comments section below the video on YouTube. Symbol Requests can be sent in throughout the week prior to the next show.

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  • HPQ Earnings: All you need to know about HP’s Q2 2024 earnings results

    May 29, 2024 | 13:22 pm

    HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) reported second quarter 2024 earnings results today. Net revenue dipped nearly 1% to $12.8 billion compared to the same period a year ago. GAAP net earnings […] The post HPQ Earnings: All you need to know about HP’s Q2 2024 earnings results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Salesforce reports higher Q1 2025 revenue and profit; earnings beat estimates

    May 29, 2024 | 13:04 pm

    Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE: CRM), a leading customer relationship management platform, on Wednesday reported an increase in earnings and revenues for the first quarter of 2025. The bottom line also came […] The post Salesforce reports higher Q1 2025 revenue and profit; earnings beat estimates first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Ocean Biomedical (NASDAQ: OCEA) Research Summary

    May 29, 2024 | 12:02 pm

    Ocean Biomedical, Inc. (NASDAQ: OCEA) is a new-generation biotechnology firm that works to accelerate the development of new therapies by partnering with researchers and healthcare institutions. The focus of the […] The post Ocean Biomedical (NASDAQ: OCEA) Research Summary first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • HD, LOW: A look at the performance of these home improvement companies in Q1 2024

    May 29, 2024 | 11:40 am

    Home Depot (NYSE: HD) and Lowe’s Companies (NYSE: LOW) reported their first quarter 2024 earnings results earlier this month. The home improvement retailers saw their top and bottom line numbers […] The post HD, LOW: A look at the performance of these home improvement companies in Q1 2024 first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Market Analysis: Top Stock Picks and Sector Insights

    May 29, 2024 | 11:30 am

    As we approach the highly anticipated results of India's general elections on Tuesday, June 4, market volatility is expected to be at its peak. Exit polls, scheduled for Saturday, June 1, will likely add to the market's uncertainty, causing significant fluctuations in the Nifty and BankNifty indices. Investors and traders must be prepared for potential swings, meaning it's crucial to stay informed and make well-timed decisions.We kick off with a technical analysis of the Nifty and BankNifty, pinpointing key levels to watch while we discuss potential upsides and downside risks in the market. Understanding these critical support and resistance levels can help investors make strategic entry and exit decisions. Whether you're a seasoned trader or a novice investor, these insights are invaluable for navigating market volatility. In addition to index analysis, we highlight several stocks that currently show strong technical patterns. Our sector analysis identifies which sectors are poised to perform well and which ones might face headwinds, offering a well-rounded view of the market landscape.Watch our detailed video embedded below to get all these insights and more. Stay updated, stay informed, and make smart investment choices!Key Takeaways:Nifty & Bank Nifty Levels: Crucial support and resistance points.Top Stock Picks: Stocks worth buying at current levels with detailed analysis.Sector Analysis: Impact of crude prices and sector-specific opportunities.Join the conversation by commenting on your market outlook and favorite stocks. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and click the bell icon to get notified of our future updates. Let's conquer the markets together!Milan Vaishnav, CMT, MSTA Consulting Technical Analystwww.EquityResearch.asia | www.ChartWizard.ae

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  • HP Inc. Q2 2024 Earnings: Stay tuned for the live earnings call and real-time transcript

    May 29, 2024 | 10:22 am

    HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) will report its second quarter 2024 earnings results today after market close. Listen to HP’s earnings call live and check the real-time transcript For the second […] The post HP Inc. Q2 2024 Earnings: Stay tuned for the live earnings call and real-time transcript first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Salesforce Q1 2025 Earnings: Stay tuned for the live earnings call and real-time transcript

    May 29, 2024 | 10:00 am

    Customer relationship management platform Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE: CRM) will be reporting first-quarter 2025 financial results today after the closing bell. Listen to Salesforce’s earnings call live and check the real-time […] The post Salesforce Q1 2025 Earnings: Stay tuned for the live earnings call and real-time transcript first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Ralph Lauren Slingshots Higher as Sentiment Improves for Retailer

    May 29, 2024 | 07:40 am

    Premium apparel maker Ralph Lauren Co. (NYSE: RL) reported its fiscal Q4 2024 earnings report with lowered guidance causing shares to predictability gap down

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  • Determining Your Risk Tolerance - A Comprehensive Guide

    May 29, 2024 | 07:28 am

    Determining your investment risk tolerance is an important step in making informed financial decisions. Explore our guide to get started.

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  • Decker's Stock Surges Like NVIDIA Through $1,000 on Robust Growth

    May 29, 2024 | 06:57 am

    While artificial intelligence (AI) chip maker Nvidia Co. (NASDAQ: NVDA) garnered the spotlight on its stock surge through $1,000, a retailer that gapped through

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  • Infographic: Key highlights from DICK’S Sporting Goods’ (DKS) Q1 2024 earnings results

    May 29, 2024 | 05:37 am

    DICK’S Sporting Goods, Inc. (NYSE: DKS) reported its first quarter 2024 earnings results today. Net sales increased 6.2% year-over-year to $3 billion. Comparable sales rose 5.3%. Net income decreased 10% to […] The post Infographic: Key highlights from DICK’S Sporting Goods’ (DKS) Q1 2024 earnings results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • What is Naked Short Selling? A Complete Overview

    May 29, 2024 | 05:30 am

    If you've ever asked yourself, "What is naked short selling?" we've got you covered. Learn about this notorious trading practice and its impact on markets.

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  • AAP Earnings: Advance Auto Parts reports lower Q1 loss on flat sales

    May 29, 2024 | 05:22 am

    Automotive parts retailer Advance Auto Parts, Inc. (NYSE: AAP) on Wednesday reported a sharp decline in net profit for the first quarter of 2024, when sales remained broadly unchanged. The […] The post AAP Earnings: Advance Auto Parts reports lower Q1 loss on flat sales first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Energy Sector Dip Presents a Compelling Buying Opportunity

    May 29, 2024 | 04:45 am

    The recent dip in the energy sector may present a buying opportunity as it consolidates bullishly above its rising 200-day Simple Moving Average.

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  • The Rate Cut Party is Postponed, Not for These Stocks

    May 29, 2024 | 04:35 am

    With uncertain rate cuts this year, analysts land on three stocks to potentially deliver above average EPS growth for investors looking to beat high inflation

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  • The 4 Horsemen of the Generative AI Revolution

    May 29, 2024 | 04:25 am

    These four stocks are the strongest players in the AI revolution and are in a position to drive increasing shareholder value for years.

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  • Which of These 3 Beaten Down Stocks Would You Own?

    May 29, 2024 | 04:01 am

    Three stocks come up as potential watchlist additions now that they significanlty fell from their 52-week highs, yet their financials and brand moats remain

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  • Three Stock Ideas as S&P 500 Treads Water

    May 28, 2024 | 17:22 pm

    In this edition of StockCharts TV's The Final Bar, Dave welcomes Tony Zhang of OptionsPlay. Tony shares three stock ideas showing favorable risk/reward characteristics as the S&P 500 index treads water above support at 5250. David describes the deteriorating market breadth conditions and reviews charts of XLE, NVDA, FCX, SNPH, and F.This video originally premiered on May 28, 2024. Watch on our dedicated Final Bar page on StockCharts TV!New episodes of The Final Bar premiere every weekday afternoon. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

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  • What Happens to GOOGL When This Negative Divergence Executes

    May 28, 2024 | 12:58 pm

    In this video from StockCharts TV, Julius takes a look at the differences in rotation between cap-weighted and equal-weighted sectors and sees a warning signal for GOOGL. He also examines the Communications Sector vs. the Equal-Weighted ETF.This video was originally broadcast on May 28, 2024. Click anywhere on the icon above to view on our dedicated page for Julius.Past episodes of Julius' shows can be found here.#StaySafe, -Julius

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  • GameStop Will Rocket Higher: The Move Won’t Last 

    May 28, 2024 | 10:59 am

    GameStop is surging on the dubious news of raising capital via share sales; more money is good, and more shares are bad. Don't count on the rally lasting.

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  • What to expect when Hormel Foods (HRL) reports Q2 2024 earnings results

    May 28, 2024 | 10:53 am

    Shares of Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE: HRL) dipped over 1% on Tuesday. The stock has gained 13% over the past three months. The company is slated to report its second […] The post What to expect when Hormel Foods (HRL) reports Q2 2024 earnings results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Costco’s Q3 2024 results likely to benefit from e-commerce and traffic growth

    May 28, 2024 | 10:11 am

    Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ: COST) is scheduled to report third-quarter earnings on Thursday after markets close. The company has expanded its store network regularly in recent years, while others in […] The post Costco’s Q3 2024 results likely to benefit from e-commerce and traffic growth first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • 3 Stocks Insiders are Buying That Should be on Your Radar

    May 28, 2024 | 10:03 am

    Unusual insider activity indicates opportunities in these stocks positioned to deliver value for shareholders this year.

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  • Momentum Investing: A Guide to Getting Started

    May 28, 2024 | 10:00 am

    Unlock the potential of momentum investing with this detailed guide from MarketBeat. Learn strategies, understand risks, and compare with other approaches.

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  • EQUITIES REMAIN IN "GO" TREND WITH SPARSE LEADERSHIP FROM TECH AND UTILITIES

    May 28, 2024 | 08:46 am

    Good morning and welcome to this week's Flight Path. We saw some weakness this week as price pulled back a little from all time highs. Momentum cooled, we saw this in the form of Go Countertrend Correction Icons (red arrows) and GoNoGo Trend painted weaker aqua bars. Treasury bond prices gained strength and painted blue bars. U.S. commodity index continued to show market uncertainty and the dollar regained "Go" colors albeit weaker aqua.$SPY Shows Investors Digesting GainsThe "Go" remained this week but prices cooled as the market absorbed the gains we've seen over the past few weeks. As the week of trading came to a close, we saw weakness as GoNoGo Trend painted a couple of aqua bars. We will now turn out eye to the oscillator panel and watch as GoNoGo Oscillator approaches the zero line. We will look to see if it finds support at this level and bounces back into positive territory. If it does, we will see Go Trend Continuation (green circle) and can expect price to make an attack on a new higher high.The larger weekly chart shows that the larger picture remains extremely bullish with another strong blue bar painted and price at all time highs. GoNoGo Oscillator is in positive territory but not yet overbought after having found support at the zero level.Treasury Rates Flash "Go Fish" BarsGoNoGo Trend was unable to continue painting amber "Go Fish" bars as last week came to an end. As prices rallied from the most recent low, the indicator rolled out of "NoGo" colors and painted a couple of uncertain "Go Fish" bars. It will be important to note now in which direction the trend goes next. If it falls back into "NoGo" bars that could be a positive for stocks, if it transitions from amber to "Go" colors that could pose a problem. GoNoGo Oscillator is riding the zero line where we see the beginnings of a GoNoGo Squeeze building. The direction of the Squeeze break will likely determine price's next trend.Dollar Recaptures "Go" TrendAfter a brief flirtation with a "NoGo" and a "Go Fish" bar, the dollar was able to regain "Go" colors albeit weaker aqua ones. This is an inflection point for the dollar, as we can see that GoNoGo Oscillator is back testing the zero line from below. The oscillator has been in negative territory for a few weeks now, so if the "Go" trend is to survive, it will need to break back into positive territory. If it does, we will likely see the "Go" trend strengthen. If it is rejected again at the zero level, then we will expect further struggles for price.The weekly chart continues to show us how important these levels are. With price now trying hard to find support at prior high levels from over a year ago, GoNoGo Oscillator has crashed back to the zero line. We will watch to see if it finds support here. If it does, we will see a Go Trend Continuation Icon (green circle) under the price bar as an oscillator bounce back into positive territory will tell us that momentum is resurgent in the direction of the underlying "Go" trend.

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  • Financial Sector: Potential Trend Change Looms with Double Top

    May 28, 2024 | 08:46 am

    Previously an outperformer with a YTD gain of over 11%, the financial sector now finds itself at a critical juncture after giving back some of its gains.

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  • Ross Stores: Buy Off-Price Retail While It’s Still a Bargain

    May 28, 2024 | 07:48 am

    Ross Stores is well-positioned for the retail environment; it generates solid cash flow, has a fortress balance sheet, pays a reliable dividend, and buys stock.

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  • Is Cigna Group the Nation's Best-Run Health Insurance Company?

    May 28, 2024 | 05:46 am

    Cigna looks like a shining star as many health insurance companies fare poorly in 2024 due to higher Medicare Advantage (MA) expenses

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  • NU Holdings: Don’t Get Left Behind, Buy This Neobank

    May 28, 2024 | 05:32 am

    This hyper-growth fintech bank is ramping up revenue at 60%+ and just crossed the 100-million customer mark. Worth a closer look?

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  • Is Petco Health & Wellness Out of the Doghouse on an EPS beat?

    May 28, 2024 | 05:05 am

    After beating on earnings in its most recent earnings report, Petco Health and Wellness stock (WOOF) may be ready for a breakout moment

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  • Can CAVA, Red Robin, and Cracker Barrel Match Chipotle's Q1 Win?

    May 28, 2024 | 04:35 am

    In a dynamic economic landscape, restaurant chains are implementing varied strategies to gain market share and cater to changing consumer preferences.

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  • How to Choose Between an Options Debit Spread or Credit Spread?

    May 28, 2024 | 04:20 am

    When you want to make a bet on a stock price move, you can use stock options for a fraction of the cost of owning the stock. However, if the

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  • Micron is the NVIDIA of Memory: That’s Why it Set a New High

    May 28, 2024 | 04:00 am

    Micron is on the cusp of new highs and another $75 rally driven by its growing importance to AI. Micron HBM3 chips are where it's at regarding AI memory.

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  • 3 High-Yielding Oversold Stocks with Bullish Ratings

    May 28, 2024 | 03:15 am

    Three oversold blue-chip stocks with attractive dividends and valuations, possessing bullish ratings from analysts, are TGT, LOW, and COP

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  • Here Are 4 Steps To Improve Your Trading Process and Results

    May 27, 2024 | 13:27 pm

    Let's jump right in. For me, everything starts at the TOP. I take a top-down approach to trading. And when I say "the TOP", I mean market direction.Step 1: Is it a Bull or Bear Market?Listen, this is a very easy step to me. Look at a LONG-TERM chart of the S&P 500. Are prices moving UP from left to right? Or are they moving DOWN from left to right? It's that simple. Stop trying to figure out why it's going up or down. Don't interject your own personal biases into it. Just look at the chart and answer the question:I have stripped out nearly all technical indicators. There's no volume. There are no momentum indicators like the PPO, MACD, RSI, or Stochastic. There are no moving averages. This is nothing more than a 10-year weekly price chart of the S&P 500, NASDAQ 100, and the broader NYSE. What do you see as you look across this chart from left to right? Is there a debate here? The stock market has been moving higher for YEARS (with occasional weakness)!!!! If you find yourself constantly being in cash or, worse yet, trying to short sell stocks, because YOU think stocks are overvalued, you have missed out on creating enormous personal wealth. STOP doing that!We are heavily influenced by listening to news, whether you believe so or not. I remember my parents talking about the enormous debt of the U.S. back in the 1970s and that discussion has never ended. Meanwhile, $1 invested in the S&P 500 on January 1, 1980, is now worth $50 (prior to adjusting for inflation). So the absolute FIRST STEP in becoming a better investor/trader is to understand that your odds of making money are MUCH, MUCH BETTER on the long side than on the short side. Shorting stocks should be considered very infrequently and only when the chart is moving DOWN from left to right. Calling for repeated tops in a bull market is financial suicide. The trend is your friend, right?Step 2: Sectors, Industries, and Stocks Are Not Created EqualThe Semiconductors Index ($DJUSSC) is an industry group loaded with high-octane, growth companies. As our economy and GDP grow, many of these companies find very exciting growth opportunities and take full advantage of them. This allows the LEADERS within this rising group to post gains that make accumulating massive wealth in the stock market possible. But not every group is high-growth like the semiconductor group. Companies in those slower-growth areas will never post that type of sustainable earnings growth. Yet we put way too much faith that the short-term growth rate in other industries will evolve into long-term growth like the semiconductors. It simply doesn't happen that way and we lose money waiting for it.Let's compare semiconductors to several other industry groups within the aggressive sectors (XLK, XLY, XLC, XLI, and XLF) over a 20-year period. The 9 "other" industries are software ($DJUSSW), specialty retailers ($DJUSRS), gambling ($DJUSCA), internet ($DJUSNS), broadcasting & entertainment ($DJUSBC), fixed line communications ($DJUSFC), airlines ($DJUSAR), insurance brokers ($DJUSIB), and banks ($DJUSBK). The chart below is a 20-year weekly chart and each industry is shown as a ratio chart, relative to the benchmark S&P 500. See if you notice differences:Look at these 10 different industry group RELATIVE charts. If you were to trade a stock in one of these industry groups, would it matter to you which of the industry groups above that it belonged to?If I looked at the above charts and I was contemplating a trade in one or more of them, the very first question I'd consider is "what's my time frame?". If I'm thinking about a long-term swing trade, I would very much prefer for the stock to be in one of those industry groups in BLUE above - those showing much better long-term track records. If I were to look at a trade in say gambling, it would very likely be a quick, short-term trade. And if I did let the stock run, because it was performing well, I'd absolutely want to keep a trailing stop in play. The falling relative strength lines tells me that money is rotating AWAY from this RED group and into groups like those above in BLUE.So, short-term I could trade stocks in any of the 10 groups, but from a longer-term perspective, I'd clearly be much more interested in the BLUE groups that are uptrending vs. the benchmark S&P 500.I think that makes common sense, but I would bet that most traders don't consider this.Step 3: Trade Leading StocksThere are a number of ways to evaluate relative strength, but one simple way that's already a part of the StockCharts.com trading platform is to view top SCTRs (acronym for StockCharts Technical Rank). Personally, I would only tend to use the SCTR if I was looking at very recent performance. If you study the formula for the SCTR calculation, you'll quickly realize that none of the formula is based on performance beyond 5-6 months. It's a very near-term relative strength indicator, but a powerful one nonetheless, especially for those that are trading momentum in the very near-term.You can pull up ChartLists using the Summary view and add the SCTR column. For instance, on our Raised Guidance ChartList (RGCL) that we research for our EarningsBeats.com members, here is how I can look for internet stocks that have raised their guidance in the past quarter, while also listing their SCTR score in order from strong to weak:Personally, I'd concentrate much more on trading the above stocks with SCTRs at or above 75 and ignoring the rest. Remember, leading stocks in leading industry groups. That's how you'll improve your trading success.Step 4: Exercise Patience and Use Great Timing TechniquesAn impatient trader that simply wants to have money invested at all times is generally a bad trader. Buy stocks at YOUR price, not the price market makers want you to buy. In my experience, "chasing" trending stocks has resulted in my biggest and quickest losses. Many times,[…]

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  • This Simple Little Option Is A HUGE Productivity Booster

    May 27, 2024 | 11:01 am

    On this week's edition of StockCharts TV's StockCharts in Focus, Grayson shows you how to boost your charting workflow with the "Inspect" tool. These powerful little crosshairs pack a punch, with hidden features that let you measure in multiple directions, track price and percent changes on your charts and see bar counts on the fly. Learn how to use the Inspect tools in both SharpCharts and ACP and hear how Grayson puts them to work in his own trading and investing routines.This video originally premiered on May 24, 2024. Click on the above image to watch on our dedicated StockCharts in Focus page on StockCharts TV.You can view all previously recorded episodes of StockCharts in Focus at this link.

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  • Week Ahead: NIFTY Set to Move Within This Volatile Range; Curtailing Leveraged Exposures is Recommended

    May 26, 2024 | 15:02 pm

    It was a truncated day for the markets; over the past four trading sessions, the Indian equities continued to edge higher and ended on a fresh lifetime high. The volatility, too, remained at elevated levels. As mentioned in the previous technical note, the markets are building up ahead of the General Election results on June 4th; this is one of the major external events that affect the markets. Over the past four sessions, the Nifty has maintained a buoyant trajectory; it oscillated in a 621.85-point range. Volatility has also continued spiking higher; IndiaVIX surged by another 9.66% to 21.71. Following a strongly trending week, the headline index closed with a net weekly gain of 491 points (+2.19%).Over the past weeks, we have seen the Nifty and the VIX rising simultaneously. Past instances have shown that such a phenomenon often ends up acting as a precursor to an impending corrective move. As we head into the expiry of the current month's derivative series, Nifty has built up fresh OI at 23000 and 23500 levels on the upside. On the lower side, 22500 has been seen building support as per the options data. The derivatives data show that the Nifty is gearing up for a volatile move on either side while it navigates the election outcome.The coming week may see a stable start to the trade; the levels of 23200 and 23350 are likely to act as immediate resistance levels. The supports come in at 22700 and 23550 levels.The weekly RSI is 67.29; it shows a mild bearish divergence against the price. The weekly MACD is bearish and trades below its signal line. A strong white-bodied candle shows a buoyant trend that existed throughout the week.The pattern analysis of the weekly chart continues to show Nifty staying in a small rising channel; however, the nearest support, in the form of a 20-week MA, exists way below at 22179. The slightest of the corrective bout has got significant downsides from the current levels. The 50-DMA is placed at 22342. So on a broader note, the immediate support zone for the Index exists at 22150-22350 levels. While the markets may remain in a broad range so long as they are above this zone, any violation of this support zone with inflict technical damage on the charts.Overall, as we navigate the coming monthly derivatives expiry week and the general election outcome after that, it will be extremely important to prepare for the volatility that we are set to witness in the markets. It would be prudent to curtail leveraged exposures. Fresh buying should be kept limited to defensive and low-beta stocks; exposures in stocks with either strong or improving relative strength would be an added advantage. A very cautious approach is advised in the coming week, with an emphasis on enforcing strict protective stops and opting for hedges wherever possible.Sector Analysis for the Coming WeekIn our look at Relative Rotation Graphs®, we compared various sectors against CNX500 (NIFTY 500 Index), which represents over 95% of the free float market cap of all the stocks listed.Relative Rotation Graphs (RRG) show that the Nifty Auto, Consumption, and Metal Index remain inside the leading quadrant. These groups are likely to continue to relatively outperform the broader markets.While staying inside the weakening quadrant, both Realty and PSE indices are showing improvement in their relative momentum against the broader markets, along with the Commodities and Midcap 100 index.  Besides this, the PSU Bank, Pharma, Infrastructure, and Energy index have also been placed inside the weakening quadrant.The Nifty IT Index continues to languish inside the lagging quadrant of the RRG. It is likely to relatively underperform the broader Nifty 500 Index. The Media Index is also placed inside the lagging quadrant. However, it can be seen sharply improving its relative momentum and is on the verge of rolling inside the improving quadrant. The Nifty Services sector index has rolled back inside the lagging quadrant.The FMCG index stays firmly placed inside the improving quadrant. The Nifty Financial Services and the Nifty Bank Index are also placed inside the improving quadrant.Important Note: RRG™ charts show the relative strength and momentum of a group of stocks. In the above chart, they show relative performance against the NIFTY 500 Index (Broader Markets) and should not be used directly as buy or sell signals.Milan Vaishnav, CMT, MSTA Consulting Technical Analyst www.EquityResearch.asia | www.ChartWizard.ae

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  • MEM TV: How to Trade Nvidia After Its 15% Gain

    May 24, 2024 | 18:00 pm

    In this episode of StockCharts TV's The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen reviews the broader markets and the rotation that's taking place amid a rise in interest rates. She also takes a close look at NVDA and shares how you should handle the stock after last week's 15% gain. Last up, she highlights key stocks that are due to report their earnings next week and what to be on the lookout for.This video originally premiered May 24, 2024. You can watch it on our dedicated MEM Edge page on StockCharts TV.New episodes of The MEM Edge premiere weekly on Fridays. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.If you're looking for stocks to invest in, be sure to check out the MEM Edge Report! This report gives you detailed information on the top sectors, industries and stocks so you can make informed investment decisions.

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  • Technical Indicator Showdown: MACD vs. PPO vs. PMO

    May 24, 2024 | 15:09 pm

    In this edition of StockCharts TV's The Final Bar, Dave answers viewer questions from The Final Bar Mailbag. He outlines the differences between the MACD, PPO, and PMO indicators, covers the mechanics of corporate buybacks, examines the basics of candlestick analysis, and discusses whether applying trendline analysis to the VIX makes sense.This video originally premiered on May 24, 2024. Watch on our dedicated Final Bar page on StockCharts TV!New episodes of The Final Bar premiere every weekday afternoon. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

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  • Stock Market Ends Week on Optimistic Note, With a Few Surprises

    May 24, 2024 | 15:06 pm

    It was a roller-coaster week in the stock market, a reminder that, when markets are trading at their all-time highs, it pays to be cautious. Any negative news can trigger emotions, resulting in a domino effect reaction.In the early part of the week, the stock market was pretty lethargic, with investors waiting for Nvidia's earnings. When NVDA earnings were announced after the close on Wednesday, the stock price soared in after-hours trading. The upside move continued when the market opened on Thursday, with the stock price closing at a record high on Friday.However, despite NVDAs' rally, the rest of the market threw some surprises. On Thursday, there was a significant selloff, which threw many investors off. The broader equity indexes fell, as did precious metals.The May Purchasers Manufacturing Index (PMI) came in higher than expected, which may have reminded investors that the strong economy could mean higher rates for longer. The FOMC minutes this week suggested that Fed members aren't confident that inflation has come down enough to warrant rate cuts any time soon.On Friday, the S&P 500 ($SPX) and Nasdaq Composite ($COMPQ) recovered some of Thursday's losses. This was a surprise; you'd think the selloff would continue ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.Follow the live chart!Another interesting area is the price action in US Treasury yields, which seem to. be going through a consolidation pattern. Until they break out of this pattern, there's no telling which way yields will go. The Fed is committed to bring inflation to 2%, but we don't know how long it'll take to get there.CHART 1. 10-YEAR US TREASURY YIELDS IN CONSOLIDATION. Yields could break out in either direction. A lot depends on future economic data points. Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.A comforting thought is that the CBOE Volatility Index ($VIX) is low, indicating that investors aren't fearful. This supports a bull market thesis. It's challenging to forecast which direction the stock market will move, and we could see continued sideways movement for a while, especially after the FOMC minutes. You can sense the presence of investor enthusiasm as stocks continue to reach all-time highs. Over 100 stocks hit an all-time high (check out the New All-Time Highs Predefined StockCharts scan). The New Highs-New Lows index ($NYHL) also shows more new highs than lows, although the number of new highs is not as high as it was in recent weeks (see chart below). CHART 2. NEW HIGHS - NEW LOWS. The number of new highs is greater than the number of new lows. Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.A Few Stocks to NoteFollow the live chart!Look at how First Solar (FSLR) performed this week. The stock surged, surpassing its last high of around $230 about a year ago. Despite FSLR's rise, its relative strength compared to the S&P 500 index is at -32.81%. It's got a lot of catching up to do. CHART 3. FSLR JUMPS ON THE AI RIDE. The AI infrastructure needs to depend on energy companies and What makes the stock appealing? FSLR has attracted the attention of analysts as a company that will benefit from the AI revolution. There's a lot of talk about how the increased capacity of data centers will require energy, and FSLR could be one company that would benefit from the increased demand.FSLR made it to three StockCharts Predefined Scans—New 52-Week Highs, Moved Above Upper Price Channel, P&F Double Top Breakout.Another stock that hit a new high is Dell Technologies (DELL), again because of its contribution to the AI space. From the daily chart of DELL (see below), the stock is in an upward trend, and its relative strength index (RSI) has just crossed above the 70 level. Follow the live chart!The stock also reached the top 5 SCTR stocks (see end-of-week wrap-up below). Will the strength continue? We'll find out when the company announces earnings next week.CHART 4. DELL HITS NEW HIGHS. The stock has been gaining strength and is trading well above its 50-day simple moving average. Will earnings push this stock higher? Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.Closing ThoughtsWith NVDA earnings in the rearview mirror, could FSLR or DELL be the next stock investors will get excited about? You can't rule it out. This market hits you with surprises, so be prepared for anything. Even though the market went through its ups and downs this week, the overall sentiment appears to be bullish, a good way to start the holiday weekend.End-of-Week Wrap-UpS&P 500 closes up at 5,304.72, Dow Jones Industrial Average up 0.01% at 39,069.59; Nasdaq Composite up 1.1% at 16,920.79$VIX down 6.66% at 11.92Best performing sector for the week: TechnologyWorst performing sector for the week: EnergyTop 5 Large Cap SCTR stocks: MicroStrategy Inc. (MSTR); Vistra Energy Corp. (VST); Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI); Vertiv Holdings (VRT); Dell Technologies (DELL)On the Radar Next WeekEarnings from Salesforce (CRM), Abercrombie and Fitch (ANF), Dell Technologies (DELL).March Home PricesConsumer ConfidenceApril PCEFed speechesDisclaimer: This blog is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as financial advice. The ideas and strategies should never be used without first assessing your own personal and financial situation, or without consulting a financial professional.

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  • Surge in TSLA and Strong AMZN Not Enough

    May 24, 2024 | 14:29 pm

    Concerns RemainMy concerns about current market developments, which I voiced in last week's article, are still valid. The current sector rotation, as it is visible on the relative rotation graph above, is not supportive of a strong rise in the S&P 500.The strong headings, especially for the tails of XLU and XLP, suggest that the rotation to defensive sectors is ongoing. The pickup of relative momentum in the healthcare sector (XLV) adds to that observation. Another tail, which is not in line with a strong bull market in $SPX, is XLY, inside the lagging quadrant and traveling lower on the JdK RS-Ratio scale at a negative RRG heading.AMZN & TSLA are Not Able to Pull the Sector UpAn interesting observation about the rotation of the consumer discretionary sector is that only two stocks—Amazon and Tesla—make up a large part of it. Together, they represent roughly 38% of the sector's total market capitalization. You usually see a huge impact of a few mega-/large-cap stocks on the direction of the sector as a whole, but that is not the case here.Both stocks outperformed the Consumer Discretionary Index, showing positive returns, over the past 5 weeks, while XLY was underperforming SPY.Both stocks are at different locations on the RRG, but both contribute positively. Amazon shows a very short tail and has just crossed from the leading quadrant into weakening. Its short tail indicates that this stock is in a stable relative uptrend. On the other hand, Tesla shows a longer tail and is moving from the lagging quadrant into improving, on a positive RRG heading.The performance table, which you can find below the relative rotation graph, highlights the differences in performance for the two stocks versus the consumer discretionary sector index. Tesla rose almost 22%, and Amazon added 4.2% over the last five weeks, while XLY only gained 3.5%. I have added SPY as a reference, which showed a performance of almost 7% over the same period.So what does it mean when a large sector like consumer discretionary is underperforming the S&P 500 while 1/3 of its market capitalization is outperforming the sector?It means that, under the hood, the situation for the sector as a whole is even worse.This can be visualized by using the equal-weight sector rotation instead of the cap-weighted sector rotation. The RRG above shows the tails for both XLY and RSPD using SPY as the benchmark. Both are well inside the lagging quadrant, but note the steepness of the tail for RSPD and its length compared to XLY. Despite the lower reading on the RS-ratio scale for RSPD, the longer tail and the lower reading on the RS-momentum scale suggest that more relative downside is underway. So far, AMZN and TSLA have not been able to turn this situation around on a sector level.Only Large-Cap GrowthThe last observation I want to share with you for this article is the difference in rotation between large-, mid-, and small-cap stocks across both the value and growth segments.In the RRG above, we see large-cap growth as the only sector on a positive RRG-Heading, and inside, the weakening quadrant is on its way back toward the leading quadrant. This rotation suggests a new up-leg in an already established relative uptrend is underway.ALL other tails are rolling over and rotating toward the lagging quadrant, or already in there.This means that the current market strength is mainly driven by the large-cap growth segment, which includes NYFANG+ and MAG7 stocks that have a huge impact on the performance of $SPX.So far, it's working out alright, but for how long? As always, this discrepancy could resolve itself in one of these two ways: either by the $SPX dropping in price to get back in line with the more defensive rotation or, and this is also a very possible scenario, a prolonged sideways move to digest recent gains. There is another option, however, in that the sector rotation could move toward more offensive sectors and mid- and small-cap segments, joining their large-cap counterparts in more positive territory on the RRG.#StayAlert and have a great weekend. --JuliusPlease note: Sector Spotlight has been discontinued, but I am back on the StockCharts.com YouTube channel with a weekly show, usually on Mondays.

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  • Surprise! These Grocery Stocks are Crushing 2024 Targets

    May 24, 2024 | 12:20 pm

    While wealthier consumers benefit from higher stock and real estate valuations, lower-wage Americans are crushed by high prices, and many fall behind in credit card debt. Meanwhile, the Fed has been telegraphing that inflation may be much stickier than initially expected.Still, consumers have to shop for basic staples, like groceries. If inflation persists, investing in staples makes sense. But large retailers that are also go-tos for "grocery" items are uniquely diversified, and their operations are differentiated and complex.When considering major Consumer Staples sector companies such as Walmart (WMT), Costco (COST), Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM), and Kroger (KR), it's important to note that Walmart and Costco are generally categorized under "General Merchandise Stores" or "Discount Stores." In contrast, Sprouts and Kroger are categorized specifically under "Food Retailers." However, all four companies compete in the grocery space—a vital arena considering today's inflationary climate.So, in light of this common ground of competition, how might you determine which companies might be more favorable/investible than the next?The Four Retailers At–a-GlanceA big-picture glance at all four stocks using StockChartsACP Layouts shows that WMT, COST, and SFM are all exhibiting strong uptrends and have notched record highs. KR is the only stock among the four currently pulling back, having failed to challenge its 2022 high of $59.70.CHART 1. DAILY CHARTS OF WALMART, COSTCO, SPROUTS FARMERS MARKET, AND KROGER. WMT, COST, and SFM are in all-time high territory while KR is dipping.Chart source: StockChartsACP. For educational purposes.Walmart Gaps Up, But Can It Sustain Its Upward Momentum?CHART 2. DAILY CHART OF WALMART. Note the breakaway gap with a strong historical tendency to keep moving higher. But where's the volume behind the move?Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.WMT exhibited a strong surge post-earnings by way of a breakaway gap, which, by the way, has a low probability of getting filled within a week (1%), according to technical analyst Thomas Bulkowki. Yet, if you look at the volume, which shows little follow-up, it's not the only indication that the stock may be due for a pullback. The Money Flow Index (MFI), a volume-weighted RSI, shows a flat-to-slightly-bearish diversion; its buying pressure falls as prices continue rising, indicating a potential pullback.Still, its relative performance against the Staples sector (XLP) and the S&P 500 ($SPX) is relatively strong, nearly 15% and 10%, respectively. Although runaway gaps tend not to get filled right away, other technical factors say it's bound to happen soon. Still, it's up in the air. And you'd have to weigh this against the fundamentally informed analyst targets (and overall economic situation) to determine whether it's a strong investment.Costco is Skyrocketing HigherCostco's performance in comparison to its sector and the S&P 500—27% and 22%, respectively—is notable, but not exceptional. However, the MFI shows the stock is in overbought territory with a slight bearish divergence. This indicates that the buying pressure that has driven its valuation may be weakening. If COST experiences a pullback, it may find support at previous swing highs of $775.75 and $750.CHART 3. DAILY CHART OF COSTCO. COST is surging ahead, yet watch out for the dwindling volume.Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.Sprouts Farmers Market's Steady UptrendCHART 4. DAILY CHART OF SPROUTS FARMERS MARKET. Note that SFM, once a "hidden gem," is among the most impressive performers in the staples sector.Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.Also in all-time-high territory is SFM. Covered last December in the article Sprouts Farmers Market: A Hidden Gem on the Corner of Wall and Main Street?, SFM's rally turned out to be one of the more impressive performers in the sector. It's outperforming its sector by nearly 78% and the S&P by a little over 70%, making it the strongest performer among the four in this article.While SFM has entered "overbought" territory once again, and its decreasing volume doesn't appear that it can sustain its rally without a pause, SFM is likely to continue surprising Wall Street in the quarters to come. So, it's a stock you might consider after a favorable pullback and a strong indication of a bullish reversal.Kroger: A Pullback or Reversion?Kroger is the weakest performer among the four discussed in this article. Its most recent high at $59 is a third retest of its $59.70 high in 2022, after which, as you can see, it failed. However, if you are bullish on Kroger, or if you're looking to accumulate it as part of a diversification strategy, you might want to wait for it to pull back to its 50% Fibonacci retracement level near the $51 range.CHART 5. DAILY CHART OF KROGER. Is there still a reason to be bullish on KR? It's the worst performer of the bunch. But if you want to accumulate KR, it's approaching a reasonable buy level.Chart source: StockCharts.com. For educational purposes.The TakeawayStaples stocks might not be glamorous, but in a high-inflation environment, some of these seemingly boring stocks turned out to be the hottest performers on Wall Street. Major players like Walmart, Costco, Sprouts Farmers Market, and Kroger benefit from persistent demand for groceries. Notably, Walmart, Costco, and Sprouts are hitting all-time highs, while Kroger is lagging. Interestingly, 2024 analyst targets for these stocks have often been exceeded, highlighting Wall Street's underestimation of their potential.Disclaimer: This blog is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as financial advice. The ideas and strategies should never be used without first assessing your own personal and financial situation, or without consulting a financial professional.

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  • Intuit looks to end FY24 on a high note, focused on AI and assisted segment

    May 24, 2024 | 11:56 am

    Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU), the maker of popular accounting software TurboTax and QuickBooks, has reported better-than-expected third-quarter results and mixed guidance. Currently, the company’s investments are focused on data and […] The post Intuit looks to end FY24 on a high note, focused on AI and assisted segment first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Dow Theory Flashes Bear Signal

    May 24, 2024 | 11:45 am

    Dow Theory is based on the foundational work of Charles Dow, considered the "Father of Technical Analysis." Many of the tools we employ to better analyze market structure and investor sentiment, from trend analysis to index construction, are derived from Dow's original essays from the early 20th century.Dow compared two indexes to gauge the strength of the economy: the Dow Industrials which represented the producers of goods, and the Dow Railroads, which tracked the distributors of goods. If both of these indexes confirmed new highs, then economic conditions were strong and the markets were in a bullish phase.In the modern age of financial analysis, when the Dow Industrials and Dow Transports (which evolved from the original railroad index) do not confirm a new high, we have a "bearish confirmation," which indicates trend exhaustion. One of my guests this week on The Final Bar, Jeff Huge of JWH Investment Partners, highlighted this Dow Theory signal, leading us to dig deeper into the methodology. Today, we'll walk through what this indicator implies for stocks in Q2, and also explore two more modern versions of Dow Theory.Here, we are showing the traditional version of Dow Theory, with the Dow Industrials in the top panel and the Dow Transports in the bottom panel. Note how the Dow Industrials made a new all-time high recently, pushing above 40,000 for the first time in history. Also note how the Dow Transports have not confirmed this recent high, actually trending lower over the last two months. Because only one of the indexes has made a new high, and that breakout was not confirmed by the other index, Dow would suggest that there is internal weakness in the market and a likely major market top.Proponents of traditional Dow Theory would cite the long-term success of these signals, which have often provided an excellent early warning sign of danger ahead. Detractors would explain that the Dow Industrials index in 2024 includes lots of "non-industrial" names like banks and service companies. For example, technology stocks like Microsoft and Salesforce are part of the Dow Industrials! And companies like Amazon.com are not included in the Dow Transports, even though they have an exceptionally robust built-in distribution network.So what else can we do to apply Dow's theory in 2024? What about if we use the S&P 500 to represent the "old economy" names and the Nasdaq Composite to track the "new economy" companies?When we go with this "New Dow Theory", we realize that both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite have already achieved new all-time highs in May 2024. So there is no bearish non-confirmation as we see with traditional Dow Theory. The problem with this approach? The mega-cap growth stocks dominate both of these market cap-weighted indexes! So we're essentially double counting the largest names.This has led to me to what I call the "Newer Dow Theory", using equal-weighted indexes for the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100. This should effectively neutralize the mega-cap overweight, particularly in the S&P 500 index.This is where things get a little more concerning for market bulls. While the S&P 500 has already made a new all-time high in Q2, the equal-weighted S&P is still below its March high. And the equal-weighted Nasdaq 100, while holding up quite well in recent weeks, has also failed to push to a new all-time high.For now, this Newer Dow Theory comparison suggests market weakness, using Charles Dow's simple analysis of market trends. As he determined over 120 years ago, an uptrend is a pattern of higher highs and higher lows. So, if the highs aren't getting higher, the uptrend should be brought into question.Thus, while traditional Dow Theory has already flashed a bearish signal, I'm watching this Newer Dow Theory as May transitions into June. If we get a bearish non-confirmation on this final chart, or if neither equal-weighted index manages to score another new high, market bears may be proven right as we enter the summer months!RR#6,DaveP.S. Ready to upgrade your investment process? Check out my free behavioral investing course!David Keller, CMTChief Market StrategistStockCharts.comDisclaimer: This blog is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as financial advice. The ideas and strategies should never be used without first assessing your own personal and financial situation, or without consulting a financial professional.The author does not have a position in mentioned securities at the time of publication. Any opinions expressed herein are solely those of the author and do not in any way represent the views or opinions of any other person or entity.

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    May 24, 2024 | 10:41 am

    Shares of Macy’s, Inc. (NYSE: M) were up over 1% on Friday. The stock has gained 9% over the past one month. Earlier this week, the retailer delivered first quarter […] The post A glimpse into Macy’s (M) progress on its Bold New Chapter first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 24, 2024 | 07:42 am

    Department store chain BJ’s Wholesale Club Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: BJ) has announced results for the first quarter of 2024, reporting an increase in net sales. Q1 earnings, on a per-share basis, […] The post Earnings Summary: BJ’s Wholesale Club (BJ) reports Q1 2024 results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 24, 2024 | 07:02 am

    Ross Stores Inc. (NASDAQ: ROST), which operates a chain of off-price apparel and home accessories stores, has announced results for the first quarter of 2024. April-quarter net income increased to […] The post Earnings Summary: Highlights of Ross Stores’ Q1 2024 results first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 23, 2024 | 14:55 pm

    In this edition of StockCharts TV's The Final Bar, Dave welcomes Jeff Huge, CMT of JWH Investment Partners. David reflects on NVDA's gap higher, quick deterioration in market breadth indicators, and bearish candle patterns for ON and HOOD. Jeff shares his downside target for the S&P 500 and updates his prescient bullish call on gold from year-end 2023.This video originally premiered on May 23, 2024. Watch on our dedicated Final Bar page on StockCharts TV!New episodes of The Final Bar premiere every weekday afternoon. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

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  • Market Looks Toppy

    May 23, 2024 | 14:25 pm

    In spite of the massive celebration of Nvidia's earnings report, we are seeing troublesome signs that the market is in the process of putting in a top. There are double top formations on six of the nine major indexes we follow, but the three indexes that haven't topped yet, Nasdaq 100, S&P 100, and Nasdaq Composite, have heavy influence from big tech stocks.We also have double or triple tops on nine of the eleven S&P 500 Sectors. Of the two remaining sectors, only Technology (XLK) hasn't topped. Consumer Staples (XPL) doesn't have a double top, but it does appear to have topped--a double is not required.As we were writing this article, the market made new, all-time highs intraday, but it reversed quite sharply, supposedly because of worry that the Fed won't cut rates this year. We prefer to think it had more to do with the technical problems (many negative divergences) we see on the chart below.Conclusion: The superb performance of the technology sector, and Nvidia in particular, has drawn attention away from other areas of the market where the picture is not so stellar. While most of those areas are not yet in a ditch, price action is telling us to prepare for potential problems in the near future.Learn more about DecisionPoint.com:Watch the latest episode of the DecisionPointTrading Room on DP's YouTube channel here! Try us out for two weeks with a trial subscription! Use coupon code: DPTRIAL2 at checkout!Technical Analysis is a windsock, not a crystal ball. --Carl Swenlin(c) Copyright 2024 DecisionPoint.comDisclaimer: This blog is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as financial advice. The ideas and strategies should never be used without first assessing your own personal and financial situation, or without consulting a financial professional. Any opinions expressed herein are solely those of the author, and do not in any way represent the views or opinions of any other person or entity.DecisionPoint is not a registered investment advisor. Investment and trading decisions are solely your responsibility. DecisionPoint newsletters, blogs or website materials should NOT be interpreted as a recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any security or to take any specific action.Helpful DecisionPoint Links:Trend ModelsPrice Momentum Oscillator (PMO)On Balance VolumeSwenlin Trading Oscillators (STO-B and STO-V)ITBM and ITVMSCTR RankingBear Market Rules

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    May 23, 2024 | 13:05 pm

    Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) Thursday reported an increase in adjusted earnings and revenues for the third quarter of 2024. The results also exceeded analysts’ estimates. At $6.74 billion, the Mountain […] The post INTU Earnings: Intuit Q3 2024 revenue and adj. profit top expectations first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 23, 2024 | 12:04 pm

    Shares of NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) rallied this week after the semiconductor giant reported robust first-quarter numbers. Being a first mover in artificial intelligence chips, the company is spearheading the […] The post After blowout quarter, Nvidia (NVDA) looks set to continue riding the AI wave first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 23, 2024 | 10:36 am

    Shares of Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) rose over 1% on Thursday. The stock has dropped over 11% in the past one month. The company delivered mixed results for the first […] The post Target Corp. (TGT): A brief look at the retailer’s performance in Q1 2024 first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 23, 2024 | 07:32 am

    Financial technology company Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) is all set to publish results for the third quarter of 2024 today at 4:00 p.m. ET. Listen to Intuit’s earnings call live […] The post Intuit Q3 2024 Earnings: Stay tuned for the live earnings call and real-time transcript first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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    May 23, 2024 | 06:42 am

    Ralph Lauren Corporation (NYSE: RL), a leader in the design and distribution of luxury lifestyle products, Thursday reported positive results for the fourth quarter of 2024. Q4 earnings, on a […] The post Earnings Summary: Ralph Lauren (RL) reports higher Q4 revenue and profit first appeared on AlphaStreet.

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  • Rules-Based Money Management - Part 6: Putting It All Together

    May 23, 2024 | 00:00 am

    Note to the reader: This is the twenty-second in a series of articles I'm publishing here taken from my book, "Investing with the Trend." Hopefully, you will find this content useful. Market myths are generally perpetuated by repetition, misleading symbolic connections, and the complete ignorance of facts. The world of finance is full of such tendencies, and here, you'll see some examples. Please keep in mind that not all of these examples are totally misleading -- they are sometimes valid -- but have too many holes in them to be worthwhile as investment concepts. And not all are directly related to investing and finance. Enjoy! - GregOne of the basic premises for model development is the concept of Occam's Razor. Occam's (or Ockham's) Razor is a principle attributed to the 14th-century logician and Franciscan friar William of Ockham. This is the basic premise of all scientific and theory building. The simpler of two methods is preferable. Simplest may not necessarily be best, but is a good start.Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. — Albert EinsteinIt is the only form that takes its own advice: Keep things simple. A model built on sound principles will probably survive the tumult of the markets much longer and better than an overly complex model. Complexity has a tendency to fail, and, unfortunately, usually at the worst time. I always think about the complex algorithms used by Long Term Capital in 1998, when they began to fail miserably. Their complete failure and the foolish effort to tweak them almost took the New York Fed down with them. It seems that, too often, investors associate complexity with viability. That is just not correct.Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. — Leonardo da VinciThere are three primary components to a sound model, and just like a three-legged stool, a model must be stable in all environments. They are:Weight of the evidence measurement of market movement.Rules and guidelines to show how to trade the weight of the evidence information.Strict discipline to follow the process with confidence.Remove any one of those components, and like the legs on a three-legged stool, the model will tumble. The following discusses each of these components and how they fit together to produce a comfortable rules-based trend-following model. I mention comfortable because you must be comfortable with your model, or else you will constantly challenge it and probably abandon it. The only thing that really matters when judging a strategy is actual, real-time, verifiable results. Everything else is just window dressing.Weight of the Evidence The "Dancing with the Trend" model described herein uses a basket of technical measures to determine the overall risk levels in the market place. The model has been constructed so that each technical measure (see Chapter 13) carries a specified weight based on extensive research. These weights (percentage points) are cumulated to derive a total model point measure to build the weight of the evidence. This approach gives one the ability to protect assets in difficult market environments (low weight of the evidence totals) while also allowing one to make tactical shifts to better-performing assets when the investment environment is more favorable (high weight of the evidence totals).Each of the weight of the evidence components is assigned a weight based on their percentage contribution to the overall model, with the total of all components equal to 100. The weight of the evidence is further broken into four different levels in this example. For example, if the sum of the weights of the indicators is equal to 65, the model would be deemed to be yellow, as the yellow range is from 51 to 80. These ranges and the number of ranges are determined during model development and research. Sometimes, only three ranges are necessary, and, in fact, for most, it is advisable. In this example, I have four ranges, with the middle two considered as transition ranges. This allows the model to absorb some market volatility without penalizing the process.0–30 = Red31–50 = Orange51–80 = Yellow81–100 = GreenAn alternative range could also be used. One must decide on how close the stops are in order to determine how many levels, and, in particular, how the middle or transitional levels are used. Like the porridge in the three bears' story, one is going to be just right (for your model).0–30 = Red31–70 = Yellow71–100 = GreenThese levels serve the model concept, as they determine what set of rules to use to buy, sell, or trade up (trade up is the act of replacing current poor relative performing holdings with better-performing holdings). Asset allocation (equity exposure) values are also a function of the weight of the evidence level. There are also three additional Initial Trend Measures (ITM), which provide guidance to the buying and trading up process using the point system. These help refine the various levels using shorter-term trend measures.The weight of the evidence model uses these primary components that, when used together, help determine the most appropriate asset allocation level as measured by the model. The terminology below of "turning on" refers to the fact that the measurement is indicating a positive or upward trend. In this example, the price-based components are:Trend Capturing (one component)Price ShortPrice MediumPrice LongAdaptive TrendThe next group of components fall into the category of Market Breadth measures. Market Breadth indicators allow one to look at the market internals that are not always reflected in the price action of the market. This is much like a physical examination performed by your doctor. You might be feeling fine, but, when the doctor runs his diagnostic tests, he is getting an internal look that can potentially find a health risk that you were not aware of. That is the precise reason it is recommended you have routine physical exams. I'll spend some time here to illustrate how such Breadth measures can be used to evaluate potential risk in the markets that is not readily apparent in the price action alone.To use a very simplistic example, let's focus on[…]

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  • Growth is Alive and Kicking for S&P 500

    May 22, 2024 | 16:57 pm

    In this edition of StockCharts TV's The Final Bar, Dave welcomes Mike Singleton of Invictus Research. David highlights a bearish momentum divergence for gold, and also illustrates how mid-cap and small-cap stocks have yet to make new highs in Q2. Mike paints a bullish picture for stocks based on economic growth and improving earnings, and why materials may be the best way to play the reflation trade.This video originally premiered on May 22, 2024. Watch on our dedicated Final Bar page on StockCharts TV!New episodes of The Final Bar premiere every weekday afternoon. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

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  • This Semi is a ROCKET With MORE UPSIDE

    May 22, 2024 | 16:45 pm

    On this week's edition of Stock Talk with Joe Rabil, Joe shows a specific semiconductor stock that meets all the criteria that he looks for. He starts with the monthly chart and then works down to the daily explaining all the key aspects to the setup. He then covers the cryptos, followed by stock requests that came through this week.This video was originally published on May 22, 2024. Click this link to watch on StockCharts TV.Archived episodes of the show are available at this link. Send symbol requests to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; you can also submit a request in the comments section below the video on YouTube. Symbol Requests can be sent in throughout the week prior to the next show.

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  • SP 500 surges 1% as corporate earnings season begins; GIFT Nifty up

    Apr 23, 2024 | 10:26 am

    Markets across the globe edge higher as global tensions ease. US markets surge on a strong earnings season.

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 10:06 am

    In its Q4FY24 results, the company#39;s VNB fell 19.45 percent to Rs 2,227 crore for FY24

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 09:13 am

    Based on the OI percentage, a total of 74 stocks were on the short-covering list which included Vodafone Idea, IndiaMART InterMESH, Biocon, Page Industries, and Sun TV Network.

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 08:53 am

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 06:57 am

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 06:45 am

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 06:21 am

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    Apr 23, 2024 | 04:17 am

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