Goldman, JPMorgan Chase, Johnson & Johnson and Comerica are among the companies scheduled to report earnings before the opening bell Tuesday. Here's how to trade their stocks.
Wall Street analysts remain bullish on stocks, but should be looking out for 'black swan' events. I see a flock of black swans looking down a black hole.
Water utility companies have been installing new meters and consumers' bills are on the rise. Jump in -- the water's fine.
Emirates Airline has agreed to buy 150 Boeing 777X airplanes, and this huge order should help the stock rebound from being the weakest Dow component so far this year.
Momentum investors must have an eye on valuations as Apple becomes the best performer since June 25 and Tesla slips from first to last.
Former Dow component Alcoa starts the first full week of second quarter earnings along with Bob Evans, WD 40, Family Dollar and Wells Fargo.
I have chosen 15 popular stocks in the PHLX Semiconductor Index to track during second-quarter earnings season.
Earnings from the 24 banks in the index, including 'too big to fail' Bank of America, Citigroup, JP Morgan and Wells Fargo, are key to market direction.
The Dow Industrial Average set a record intraday high above 17,000 on July 3, but 10 of the Dow 30 are down year to date.
I track 11 exchange-traded funds, and the best year-to-date performer is utilities, while health care set an all-time high on Wednesday.