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Reviewing the Indicators

After a wild day like today, it's a good idea to step back and look at where they stand.

The latest edition of TheStreet.com Top Stocks is now available.

This issue of the newsletter points out the divergence in the major indices today and notes that as a top is a process, the markets rarely head straight down from a high without several attempts at making new highs. In addition, updates on previous ideas, today's indicator and reader feedback on seven stocks.

Also, please note that due to the large size of this evening's newsletter, you may have trouble opening the file. Please email me at Helene.Meisler@thestreet.com and I will forward the file to you directly. Thank you for your understanding.

A top is a process and the markets rarely head straight down from a high without several attempts at making new highs.

High on Tech

High on Tech

Let's check sentiment, why you shouldn't trust any bounce from the producer price index number, and what the heck is up with those put/call ratios?

Bond Relief

Bond Relief

Here's why bonds could use a little respite as they were the only thing to really move today. Also, let's look at sentiment and McDonald's.

Breaking Bank

Breaking Bank

Suddenly everyone noticed the banks are not so hot. Also, let's look at new lows, energy and Exxon, and ... vomiting camels ...

A Rally Last Week? What Rally?

A Rally Last Week? What Rally?

It's almost like what happened last week never happened. Also, let's check the indicators, the overbought reading, energy, transports and ... Tesla.