Apple Inc. became a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average on March 18 and the stock is technically vulnerable this week.
AutoZone, Urban Outfitters and Dollar General shares are riding high on better-than-expected earnings reports. It's time for investors to take some money off the table.
Salesforce.com and Monster Beverage beat earnings estimates and rocketed to overbought highs, now losing altitude.
Friday’s close could point to the beginning of a correction.
The shares have stabilized since slumping after the previous earnings report.
BlackBerry has been trading mostly below $10 a share since mid-2013, a threshold that prevents many equity mutual funds from buying the stock.
An earnings beat could reverse the downtrend.
Two years ago, Lululemon recalled yoga pants that showed see-through characteristics, and the stock had a volatile ride lower until last June.
The weekly chart shows share-price vulnerability.
The iShares S&P GSCI Commodity-Indexed Trust exchange-traded fund is heavily-weighed to oil and energy, not to a basket of energy stocks.