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

    Apple and Netflix have sold off after Brexit and are testing support levels that, if broken, will signal the start of active ...
  2. British Petroleum Caught In Brexit's Maelstrom (BP, XOM)

    British Petroleum now faces its biggest economic challenge since the Deep Horizon Gulf Coast oil spill in 2010
  3. Buy or Sell the Biggest Brexit Losers (BCS, SAN)

    A "yes" Brexit vote hammered some stocks down more than 13% on June 24. Now it is time to decide if that presents a buying ...
  4. Gold Bulls In Control After Brexit (GLD, PHYS)

    Gold funds lifted to the top of 4 month rising channels on Friday and should break out into healthy trend advances.
  5. McDonalds Headed Into Long-term Sell Cycle (MCD)

    McDonald's led the broad market in the first quarter but has now entered a long-term sell cycle that could yield a trip to ...
  6. Big Biotech Set to Bounce Off Deep Lows (GILD, CELG)

    Relative strength indicators in the biotech sector have hit their deepest oversold readings since 2008, predicting a strong ...
  7. These ETFs are Setting Up for Bullish Moves (XLV, AMLP)

    Recent strength puts these ETFs in uptrends, with further upside likely to come.
  8. 3 UK Stocks to Play After Brexit (ARMH, CNHI)

    These UK companies have carved well-defined price patterns that may support long entries or short sales after the Brexit ...
  9. These Stocks are Setting up for More Upside (PHM, CTSH)

    With the former downtrends having likely converted to uptrends, these stocks are poised for more upside.
  10. Coffee Rally Spells Trouble for Starbucks (SBUX, JO)

    Starbucks could head lower in the third quarter, in reaction to a coffee breakout and new uptrend.
  11. Active Traders Turn Bullish on Silver (SLW, SLV)

    The charts of silver assets suggest that prices are headed higher. How are you trading the move?
  12. 3 S&P500 Stocks Flashing Strong Volume Signals (VZ, WFC)

    These S&P 500 components have generated On Balance Volume (OBV) divergences that could impact recent trends.
  13. eBay Vs. Paypal: Which Is a Better Buy? (EBAY, PYPL)

    Accumulation/distribution readings have moved in opposite directions since the July 2015 spin-off of Paypal by parent eBay.
  14. Facebook Headed Lower After Failed Breakout (FB, TWTR)

    Facebook could head much lower after failing the April breakout with a Monday's gap through 116.
  15. Watch These Global Market ETFs for Big Breakouts (EWZ, PIN)

    These four global market ETFs are all heading toward breakouts right now. Here's what to watch for, and where these ETFs ...
  16. Twitter Set to Reward Long-Suffering Shareholders (TWTR, MSFT)

    Twitter's positive price action this week is likely to signal a long-term bottom.
  17. Oversold Stocks in Uptrends (PGR, VNTV)

    These stocks are in uptrends, but recent pullbacks have put them into oversold territory on the RSI. Watch for a pop higher.
  18. Commodity Traders Gearing Up for a Long-term Move Higher (JO, DBC)

    Based on the charts discussed in this article, commodities could be readying for a long-term move higher.
  19. MACD Bearish Crossover in Downtrending Stocks (NWSA, URBN)

    The MACD is a popular moving average based indicator, and it is signaling the downtrend will continue in these stocks.
  20. Apple Rally Failing to Attract Strong Hands (AAPL)

    It will take significant buying power to lift Apple above strong resistance at 105 and 110.
  21. 3 Short Sales in the S&P 500 (AXP, KMX)

    The S&P 500 is testing the bull market high but many components have lagged badly, stuck in downtrends below their 2 ...
  22. Breakout Stocks on the Radar (GILD, MMM)

    If these stocks break above short-term resistance they have room to run.
  23. Starbucks Not Attracting Strong-Handed Buyers (SBUX)

    Starbucks has failed to attract healthy buying interest since the recovery wave started in February
  24. Base Metals Running Into Resistance (JJC, DBB)

    Based on the charts of these 3 ETFs, it could be a good time to avoid base metals.
  25. International Investors Will Want to Look at These 3 ETFs (AND, AFK, ASEA)

    The charts of these three ETFs suggest that global markets could be gearing up for a move higher.
  26. 2 Lesser-known Oil Services Plays (OIH, HP)

    These lesser known oil services stocks have risen above their 200-day EMAs and are currently basing at support.
  27. Buying Opportunity in Fast Food Stocks (MCD, WEN)

    These fast food stocks are in overall uptrends, and recent pullbacks put the price near potential entry points.
  28. 3 Biotech Stocks Headed for New Highs (SCLN, SUPN)

    These biotech leaders should continue to gain ground even if broad sector funds roll over and sell off.
  29. Chevron: a Better Buy Than Rival Exxon-Mobil (CVX, XOM)

    Chevron has rallied into a stronger technical position than its rival and pays a higher dividend, making it a better buying ...
  30. Intel Job Cuts Attracting Steady Buying Interest (INTC)

    Intel bulls should be encouraged by fresh accumulation since the company announced a major restructuring plan in April.
  31. Visa and MasterCard Ready to Test Breakout Levels (V, MA)

    MasterCard shows a stronger accumulation pattern than rival Visa and should post more reliable gains after a breakout.
  32. Is Now the Time to Invest in Sin Stocks? (BJK, MO)

    Bullish chart patterns on the charts of these sin stocks and related ETF suggests now is the time to buy.
  33. 3 Tech Stocks Waking Up After a Long Slumber (HPE, FDC)

    The recent tech sector rally has strengthened the group’s weak technical tone, with a rising number of components set to ...
  34. Active Traders Are Turning Bullish on These Commodities (WOOD, SGG)

    These chart patterns suggest that commodities such as sugar are worth a closer look.
  35. Stocks with Big Short-term Momentum (NMBL, INSY)

    These stocks are up more than 13% in the last week, and could run further.
  36. U.S. Markets Cautious Ahead of Fed Rate Decision (SPY, DIA)

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  37. Planning What to Buy on the Silver Pullback (SLV, AG)

    How and what to trade as the price of silver pulls backs.
  38. Active Traders Continue to Bet Against Copper (FCX, JJC)

    The charts of these copper-related assets suggest that prices are headed lower. How are you trading the move?
  39. Trending Stocks Still Giving Buy Signals (XRS, TSM)

    These upward trending stocks are near entry points right now.
  40. Finding Perfect Pullback Prices (SCLN, BRKR)

    These two pullback plays rely on an accurate interpretation of the charting landscape, identifying hidden levels of support.
  41. Watch These Cup and Handle Buying Opportunities (FOXA, SLB)

    These cup and handles are forming now. A breakout above the handle signals a fresh advance.
  42. Active Traders Are Turning to Soft Commodities for Answers (JJS, JO)

    Based on the charts of these exchange traded notes now is the time to buy soft commodities such as coffee and sugar.
  43. Facebook Shackled by Weak Tech Market (FB)

    Big tech and market leader Facebook now shows equal odds of trading above 130 or below 110.
  44. Short-term ETF Buying Opportunities (EEM, EFA)

    These ETFs have pulled back to short-term support levels, indicating a potential buying opportunity.
  45. Junior Gold Miners Ready to Shake Out Weak Hands (GDXJ, GDX)

    The junior gold miners fund has hit overbought levels that have triggered at least 6 major reversals since 2012.
  46. 3 Commodity Stocks Poised to Pop (VALE, AU)

    Pullbacks toward key support levels suggest now could be a good time to buy commodity stocks.
  47. Two Short Sales in the Banking Sector (BAC, C)

    These two banks show major rejection at long-term resistance and could test their first quarter lows.
  48. 3 Chip Stocks in Strong Uptrends (SIMO, AOSL)

    These three semiconductor plays should remain resilient, posting new highs as long as major indices hold first quarter lows.
  49. Oil to Correct Into Buying Opportunity (USO)

    Outlook for crude oil and the USO ETF, including likely pullback levels and how far the next rally could run.
  50. UPS Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place (UPS, FDX)

    UPS has been stuck within the boundaries of a 12-point trading range for the last two years.
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