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  1. Bank of America Levels to Watch After Earnings

  2. Defensive Plays Setting Up Dip Trades (GLD, TLT)

  3. Wells-Fargo Price Levels to Watch After Earnings

  4. Cliff's Resources Rising Against The Iron Tide (CLF)

  5. Yum Brands Levels To Watch After Earnings (YUM)

  6. Crude Oil Overbought at Mid-Year

  7. Chipotle Still Poisoned By 2015 Outbreak (CMG)

  8. Costco Headed for Test of Bull Market High

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

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

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

  12. Dissecting Silver's Wild Holiday Ride (SLV, GLD)

  13. Stocks Soar as Central Banks Expected to Go Dovish

  14. Biotech Bottom Calls After Big Bounce (IBB, XBI)

  15. Rate Hike Stalemate Bad For U.S. Banks (KBE, KRE)

  16. Time Running Out For Microsoft Bulls (MSFT)

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

  18. Oracle Headed For Big Tech Leadership (ORCL, IBM)

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

  20. Apple And Netflix Back In Bear Market Territory (AAPL, NFLX)

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

  22. Gold Bulls In Control After Brexit (GLD, PHYS)

  23. 3 Blue Chip Mavericks Glowing Green After Brexit (WMT, LMT)

  24. 3 Flights to Safety After Brexit (GLD, UUP)

  25. McDonalds Headed Into Long-term Sell Cycle (MCD)

  26. Big Biotech Set to Bounce Off Deep Lows (GILD, CELG)

  27. FedEx Price Levels to Watch After Earnings (FDX, UPS)

  28. 3 UK Stocks to Play After Brexit (ARMH, CNHI)

  29. Werner Raises Red Flag for Truckers (WERN, JBHT)

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

  31. 3 S&P500 Stocks Flashing Strong Volume Signals (VZ, WFC)

  32. Tesoro Could Heat Up This Summer (TSO)

  33. Viacom Headed Higher After Board Coup (VIAB, VIA)

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

  35. Solar: a Sea of Short Sales (FSLR, SCTY)

  36. Facebook Headed Lower After Failed Breakout (FB, TWTR)

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

  38. Best Buy Running in Neutral (BBY)

  39. Based on These ETFS, Traders Are Turning Bearish on Europe (EWQ, EWG)

  40. Copper Testing First Quarter Lows (JJC)

  41. Microsoft Weighed Down By LinkedIn Bid (MSFT, LNKD)

  42. Commodity Traders Gearing Up for a Long-term Move Higher

  43. Treasury Bond Fund Testing All-time High (TLT)

  44. Natural Gas Fund Headed Higher Into Summer (UNG)

  45. 3 Breakout Plays in the Utility Sector (AEP, PCG)

  46. Merck Testing 13-Year Resistance (MRK)

  47. Apple Rally Failing to Attract Strong Hands (AAPL)

  48. Whole Foods Market May Enter New Uptrend (WFM)

  49. 3 Short Sales in the S&P 500 (AXP, KMX)

  50. Alphabet's Identity Crisis Weighing on Shares

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

  52. Starbucks Not Attracting Strong-Handed Buyers (SBUX)

  53. Base Metals Running Into Resistance (JJC, DBB)

  54. 3 ETFs International Investors Should Watch

  55. Boeing May Enter Long Downtrend (BA)

  56. 2 Lesser-known Oil Services Plays (OIH, HP)

  57. 3 Biotech Stocks Headed for New Highs (SCLN, SUPN)

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

  59. Chevron: a Better Buy Than Rival Exxon-Mobil (CVX, XOM)

  60. Intel Job Cuts Attracting Steady Buying Interest (INTC)

  61. 3 Dow Laggards Could Offer Reliable Short Sales (AAPL, GS)

  62. Visa and MasterCard Ready to Test Breakout Levels (V, MA)

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

  64. 3 Tech Stocks Waking Up After a Long Slumber

  65. Commodity Bounce Hasn't Ended Vale's Downtrend (VALE)

  66. Active Traders Are Turning Bullish on Sugar and Timber

  67. Mom & Pop Investors Will Make or Break S&P500 Rally (SPY)

  68. J.P. Morgan Completing Multi-Year Breakout Pattern (JPM, KBE)

  69. Microsoft Bulls In Charge Despite Correction (MSFT, AAPL)

  70. Bond ETFs Test Key Levels (HYG, SHY)

  71. 3 Healthcare Stocks at All-Time Highs (ISRG, HSIC)

  72. Netflix on the Mend After Relief Rally (NFLX, FB)

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

  74. New Broadcom Could Lead Tech to Higher Ground (AVGO)

  75. Gold Pulling Back After Powerful First Quarter Rally

  76. Active Traders Continue to Bet Against Copper (FCX, JJC)

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

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

  79. Nasdaq-100 Set for Strong Recovery (QQQ)

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

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

  82. Finding Perfect Pullback Prices (SCLN, BRKR)

  83. 3 Hot Momentum Plays in a Cold Market (NVDA, AG)

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

  85. Play Multiple Markets With Commodity Tracking Fund (DBC)

  86. Did Warren Buffett Just Save Apple? (AAPL, BRK.A)

  87. Active Traders Are Turning to Soft Commodities for Answers

  88. Facebook Shackled by Weak Tech Market (FB)

  89. 3 Oil Refiners to Sell Short (IOC, AR)

  90. Junior Gold Miners Ready to Shake Out Weak Hands (GDXJ, GDX)

  91. 2 Transport Laggards Ready to Sell Short (JBLU, MATX)

  92. 3 Commodity Stocks Poised to Pop (VALE, AU)

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

  94. Crude Oil Headed For Major Reversal (USO)

  95. 3 Chip Stocks in Strong Uptrends (SIMO, AOSL)

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

  97. Tesla Motors Shifting Into Reverse (TSLA)

  98. Emerging Market Fund Headed Into Steep Resistance (EEM)

  99. Apple at Cusp of Major Downtrend (AAPL)

  100. La Nina Underpinning Soybean Rally (SOYB)

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