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The stock is on fire. Here is what the technical analysis on Micron says right now.
Charts say the stock, which closed Friday at $46.99, shouldn't fall beyond around $45.
This chip stock's chart presents a short-term vision of beauty.
Harley-Davidson's stock continues to struggle. Should you be a buyer here?
Despite recent missteps, the chip giant looks good on both a fundamental and technical basis.
These biotech names are all great buys on dips. Notably Celgene, which is fresh off a terrible trading session.
Activision Blizzard continues to be a stock to watch. Should you buy or sell?
The flash correction of January/February put Big Blue into what looks like an artificial hole.
It looks like Walmart's stock has bottomed out and could head back to $98.
Consumers probably gave Walmart's e-commerce wares a try, then switched back to Amazon.
Following chart patterns can offer important investing discipline. Here are several rules to live by.
We used to think of what's in the public's interest when it comes to securities.
America's fiscal house is in disorder, but that's good news for precious metals.
We are now back into the exact same market we were in before the 9% plummet.
There is nothing wrong with Intel, Johnson & Johnson, 3M and Apple.
CSCO's performance this morning will be significant in determining price targets for the stock.
There are still some 'nasties' lurking on Apple's stock chart. Here's how to trade the tech giant.
Both banks should hold up well if price pressures continue to heat up.
Halliburton might be the better choice than Schlumberger for several reasons.
It's been a volatile, up-and-down weeks for stocks.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average chart shows that the index is still on an uptrend.
Even during Monday's flash crash, Nvidia's rising trend line was tested, but ultimately held on the chart.
Chipotle's earnings beat expectations, but the stock looks expensive.
The idea here is to try to "steal" a few shares at an artificial, mechanically enforced discount.
The charts say Wall Street's pullback shouldn't be lengthy.