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Starbucks shares are heating up, and one top technical analyst says it looks like a buy ahead of its earnings report after the bell Thursday.
The XLY just plunged through a key trend line, and more than half the stocks in the sector are in correction territory.
Technical analyst Zak Mir reckons the Caledonia Mining Corporation (LON:CMCL) share price can add the best part of 50% over the summer months.
FedEx shares could still drop to the $130 level before bottoming, says JC O'Hara, chief market technician at MKM Partners.
The IBB Nasdaq Biotech ETF is up nearly 30% since October. Could the red-hot space be in danger of burning itself out? One top technical analyst thinks so.
After U.S. stocks fell hard last week, one chart watcher is predicting a rebound, but adds traders should sell that rally as the S&P 500 soon could drop to 1,900.
Renaissance Macro Research says if the price of bitcoin breaks its key year-to-date support level the digital currency will be "permanently impaired."
The markets are feeling the heat from the trade war, but technical analyst Carter Worth says there could be a place to hide in the retail space.
Freeport-McMoRan has struck gold, and one technician sees an even bigger rally from here.
Auto stocks are in reverse, and technical analyst Mark Newton says Ford could fall even further before reaching a bottom.
After crude oil's worst week of 2019, top technical analyst Louise Yamada sees the stage set for further declines.
The charts are pointing to another rally for AMD, according to one technician.
GE shares tumble, but technical analyst Bill Baruch says the stock may not be a buy until it dips to this level.
The ITB, the homebuilder's ETF, has its highest level since January 2018. Craig Johnson, chief market technician at Piper Jaffray, thinks there could be even more room to run.
Thomson Reuters took home three trophies at the Sell-Side Technology and Technical Analyst Awards.
After more whipsaw price action on Friday that saw the main stock-market indexes register their worst weekly performances two years, chart watchers are hunting for clues to where the market goes next.
Netflix is selling off again heading into earnings this week. It could see even more weakness, says one technician.
The bears are devouring Apple. According to one trader, shares could plunge 13 percent more over the next two months before hitting a floor.
General Motors raced higher on Monday, but Oppenheimer's top technical analyst says it needs to break one key level before it can keep climbing.
The market will probably rally, but that doesn't necessarily mean the bottom is in, says "the godfather of technical analysis," Ralph Acampora.
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