Analyst calls make an earnings beat by H-P a coin toss, while shares straddle key moving averages on daily and weekly charts.
The housing sector Index is outperforming the S&P 500 so far in 2015, led by Armstrong World, Lennox, Masco, Owens Corning and Vulcan Materials.
Here's how to trade homebuilder stocks, including D.R. Horton, KB Home, Lennar, Pulte, Ryland and Toll Brothers, as housing starts rise by 20% to 1.135 million units annually.
Because it's a newly public company, historical data for Halyard Health is limited, but in this case, the daily chart shows technical clues that it could be time to buy.
Shares of Target gapped lower last Thursday, and the weekly chart is negative suggesting that investors sell strength following earnings due pre-market Wednesday.
Discount retailer Wal-Mart began 2015 by setting an all-time high, then plunged 15%. Its earnings report Tuesday should be eventful. Here's how to trade the stock.
The daily and weekly charts don't look good for Home Depot ahead of earnings Tuesday.
Exchange-traded funds of utilities, transports and bonds led in 2014 but are the laggards so far in 2015.
These four exchange-traded funds that track important stock market sectors are outperforming the S&P 500 index. Here's when to buy them -- and sell them -- to maximize your profits.
Does the weakness present buying opportunities or signal further negative momentum?