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With DRYS trading sharply higher Tuesday morning we now have a strategy.
For all the trepidation over a Trump administration, retail investors stayed squarely on the bullish side to start the year.
Breadth is better than yesterday, but upside moves are seeing selling pressure.
There are strong indications that the market has indeed recovered.
Breadth has improved quite a bit, but it is a challenge to find new inventory.
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Here's a technical look on how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market this week.
A new $200 million loan package arranged by George Economou will pay off $35 million in old debt for the Athens dry bulk shipper.
Learn to maintain control in such situations.
Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market right now.
Having resumed trading, DryShips stock surrendered 70%, and the antic gains and spikes in volume of the sector seem to abate.
Despite the drama in shippers, we continue to have good action in a number of stocks.
Since the election, this market has been all about themes.
Small-cap Chinese names, like China Natural Resources, posted big gains.
The action in bulk shippers is downright ridiculous, but at least it signals a market more conducive to trading.
Sea-transport provider rallies as scant inventory of its shares sparks dramatic short squeeze.
So many themes, so many rotations: What's a trader to do?
Trying to apply logic to this market isn't working well.