$SCTY SolarCity Reports Q4 EPS $(2.37) Vs est $(2.59)
Sees Q1 EPS $(2.55)-$(2.65) Vs Est $ (2.36)
Shares are off more than 20% in after-hours. $TSLA up tomorrow.Comments »
Here’s a look at an hourly chart of crude oil, which is currently down more than 3% on the day:
Nothing bullish here…Comments »
As the market starts to find buyers here, let’s take a look at today’s runner screen: CLICK HERE FOR CHARTS
$NFLX & $TSLA finally found some buyers and are attempting to bounce today. I also like $BLUE & $MBLY from the screen
I took on a little long exposure and added two new longs to the portfolio this morning. Details can be found inside our trading room, 12631.Comments »
$RUT Russell 2000 – The small cap index, often known to gauge the appetite in risk, undercut the lows made back in January today.
$XLF – Completely fell out of the bear flag pattern we were watching last week. They key to any sort of bounce lies within the financials:
Gold was the strongest industry on the day and continues to find buyers:
Heathcare took it on the chin today, down over 3% on the day, with Utilities holding up the best, (defensive in nature). Here are the top industries on the day:
As for today’s movers, here are a few worthy candidates: CLICK HERE FOR CHARTS
I sat on the sidelines today with popcorn in hand. It’s Lundi Gras down here in N’awlins, and my trading has come to a standstill.
The bears had a chance to make this Monday that of the “black” variety, but couldn’t seal the deal late in the day. Watching today’s action was very reminiscent of 2008 when all hell broke loose. Watching $CHK trade down to a $1 handle, watching the banks get poleaxed intraday, I was surprised to see such a sharp rally near the bell.
We all know the best rallies happen in bear markets. Will today’s late day move stick? Doubtful. We have yet to see full blown panic with a breakout “parabolic” move in the vix. We were close today, but didn’t get it.
I will continue to tread light here.Comments »
Here’s your weekly look at the top 100 ranked stocks. This following screen searches for stocks with the highest scores inside our software Exodus, all with positive free cash flow.
Stocks must trade an average volume of over 300K shares to make it to this screen. The results below are sorted by average volume versus actual rank. To view the ranking, the official screen for members can be found & saved HERE.
I’ve imported the this week’s screen to finviz for your viewing pleasure: CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TOP 100 RANKED STOCKS
What’s interesting to note is the move in the Gold & Silver miners in this week’s screen. They absolutely took off.
$UMC takes the number #1 spot this week.Comments »