Retailers depend on the Holiday Season for their sales, but consumers just aren't ready to buy.
The valuation is good, the dividend is secure, and the company is forward-looking.
I expect the crisis of business and consumer confidence to have a negative effect on BAC's bottom line.
AAPL and others have tried to bury RIMM before, but that didn't quite work out as planned.
GOOG has broken out of a wedge pattern and is relatively cheap -- I think it could test January's high.
McMoRan Exploration's chart shows a breakout from a tight formation.
During the first quarter, the stock market should see a gradual run-up, with tech performing well and the greenback possibly seeing a resurgence.
These areas of strength beg for a look on the next pullback.
To paraphrase Mark Twain, the death of brokers has been greatly exaggerated.
Here are a couple of recent trades that proved to be huge scores.