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  1. Ford and GM Stuck in Neutral Ahead of Earnings

  2. Bulls Hanging Up on Verizon (VZ, YHOO)

  3. American Express Levels To Watch After Earnings (AXP, V)

  4. eBay's Domination Could Last Into 2017

  5. Three Winners in Confused October Market

  6. No Quick Remedy for Johnson & Johnson Downside

  7. Department Stores Telling a Binary Tale (M, DDS)

  8. Stumpf Departure Won't End Wells-Fargo Bloodshed

  9. Taser Breakdown Marks Short Selling Opportunity (TASR)

  10. Two Big Biotechs Flash Bearish Signals

  11. Bullish Technicals Predict Twitter Takeout (TWTR)

  12. Revisiting Three Market Villains (CMG, VRX)

  13. In a Trump Presidency: Short Homebuilders (ITB)

  14. Blackberry Dead Money Four Years After Crash (BBRY)

  15. Halliburton Stuck In Neutral After Failed Merger

  16. Traders Dump Wells Fargo in Wake of Scandal (WFC)

  17. Nike Spiraling Lower After Rio Misfire (NKE)

  18. CBS Set to Resume Long Downtrend (CBS, VIAB)

  19. Ken Fisher’s Recent Portfolio Changes (AMZN, WMT)

  20. Chevron at Cusp of Intermediate Correction

  21. IBM Could Head Lower in Fourth Quarter (IBM)

  22. 3 Small-cap Rallies Flying Under the Radar (STS, HDSN)

  23. Time to Take NVIDIA Profits (NVDA)

  24. Hedge Fund Manager Thomas Mistele’s Q2 Activity (APC, NOV, SLB)

  25. 3 Dow Stocks Primed for Short Sales (AAPL, MCD)

  26. Weekly Sell Signals Going Off on Major Index Funds

  27. Hedge Fund Manager David Blood’s Q2 Technology Picks (JD, GOOGL, MSFT)

  28. Gold Miners Head Into Intermediate Corrections (GDX, GDXJ)

  29. Lululemon Caught Between A Rock And A Hard Place

  30. Is Mylan The Next Valeant Trade? (MYL, VRX)

  31. Penny Stocks to Watch for October 2016 (BGI)

  32. These Are Not Good ETFs to Own in September

  33. These Stocks Are Strong September Performers

  34. Chase Coleman’s Q2 Services Stocks Picks (AMZN, CHTR, PCLN)

  35. Gamestop Price Levels To Watch After Earnings

  36. Emerging Markets Set to Resume Steep Downtrends

  37. Specialty Retailers Defying Sector Gravity (ROST, DKS)

  38. Best Buy Price Levels to Watch After Earnings

  39. Buy The Tobacco Dip

  40. 3 Ways You Can Invest in Argentina From the U.S. (ARGT, FM)

  41. Halliburton Headed Higher Despite Failed Merger

  42. Wal-Mart Set to Test Higher Ground

  43. Sell These Stocks Near Resistance

  44. Target Corp. Price Levels To Watch After Earnings

  45. Home Depot Price Levels to Watch After Earnings

  46. Financial Stocks Breaking to the Upside

  47. Macy's Approaches Critical Price Level Before Earnings (M, AMZN)

  48. ETF Trades for When Gold Pulls Back

  49. First Solar Price Levels to Watch after Earnings

  50. Corporate Insider Transactions That Took Place Last Week (PEP, MSFT)

  51. Department Stores Set to Resume Downtrends

  52. Speculators Betting Macao Stocks Have Hit Bottom

  53. Retail Sector Waking Up After Long Slumber

  54. Honeywell Bears in Control After Long Uptrend

  55. Russell-2000 Set to Outperform Blue Chips

  56. GE Price Levels to Watch After Earnings (GE)

  57. 3 Single Digit Darlings Flying High (LEDS, HMNY)

  58. Jamie Zimmerman's Q1 Healthcare Stocks: AGN,GILD

  59. Crude Oil Overbought at Mid-Year

  60. David Einhorn's Q1 Favorites: AAPL,YHOO,SUNEQ

  61. Costco Headed for Test of Bull Market High

  62. United Technologies Stuck in Neutral (UTX, LMT)

  63. U.S. Airlines Enter Bear Markets (UAL, AAL)

  64. Ariel Investment's Latest Moves (ABX, MSFT)

  65. Time To Reload Bearish Retail Bets (M, JWN)

  66. Ken Fisher's Q1 Investment Moves: AAPL,EBAY,CSCO

  67. Joel Greenblatt's Biggest Q1 Investment Moves

  68. Time Running Out For Microsoft Bulls (MSFT)

  69. Brexit Bounce Still Favors Bearish Outcome (XLF, XLB)

  70. Two Financials To Sell Short At Resistance (JPM, MA)

  71. George Soros' Q1 Moves: AAPL, ABX, PYPL

  72. Consumer Staples Could Offer Relief From Brexit (KO, PG)

  73. British Petroleum Caught In Brexit's Maelstrom (BP, XOM)

  74. 3 Blue Chip Mavericks Glowing Green After Brexit (WMT, LMT)

  75. 3 UK Stocks to Play After Brexit (ARMH, CNHI)

  76. Coffee Rally Spells Trouble for Starbucks (SBUX, JO)

  77. 3 S&P500 Stocks Flashing Strong Volume Signals (VZ, WFC)

  78. eBay Vs. Paypal: Which Is A Better Buy? (EBAY, PYPL)

  79. Twitter Set to Reward Long-Suffering Shareholders (TWTR, MSFT)

  80. 3 Short Sales in the S&P 500 (AXP, KMX)

  81. Biotech Funds Selling Off at Resistance (IBB, XBI)

  82. 3 ETFs International Investors Should Watch

  83. Russell-2000 Rally May Be Coming to an End (IWM)

  84. 3 Dow Laggards Could Offer Reliable Short Sales (AAPL, GS)

  85. Is Now the Time to Invest in Sin Stocks? (BJK, MO)

  86. Active Traders Should Be Picky When Buying Into Retail Stocks

  87. Costco Levels to Watch After Earnings (COST, WMT)

  88. Energy Fund Bounce Grinding to a Halt (XOP, USO)

  89. Discount Stores in Focus After Wal-Mart Shocker (DG, DLTR)

  90. Wal-Mart Levels to Watch After Earnings (WMT, TGT)

  91. 3 Hot Momentum Plays in a Cold Market (NVDA, AG)

  92. Target at Cusp of a Major Downtrend (TGT, WMT)

  93. Facebook Shackled by Weak Tech Market (FB)

  94. 3 Oil Refiners to Sell Short (IOC, AR)

  95. 3 Charts International Investors Should Watch

  96. Gold and Silver Shining Once Again

  97. 2 Transport Laggards Ready to Sell Short (JBLU, MATX)

  98. Two Short Sales in the Banking Sector (BAC, C)

  99. 3 Chip Stocks in Strong Uptrends (SIMO, AOSL)

  100. Defence Sector Displaying Market Leadership (LMT, RTN)

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