|Gold Regains Some Luster as Volatility Surges|
After having been pressured for most of this year, gold prices have recently received a boost on higher volatility.
|Caterpillar Breaks Down Despite Strong Earnings|
Shares of Caterpillar fell sharply despite better-than-expected third quarter earnings, but traders will be watching these key levels.
|McDonald's Rallies Into Resistance After Bullish Earnings|
McDonald's stock has rallied into resistance at $172 for the third time, setting up a major battle between bulls and bears.
|Boeing Hits Market Headwinds After October High|
Boeing has a market-neutral P/E ratio of 20.19 and a so-so dividend yield of 1.92% but a negative weekly chart.
|Hasbro Breaks Down From Head and Shoulders Pattern|
Hasbro shares moved sharply lower as Toys "R" Us closures took a bite out of revenue, but traders will be watching these key levels ahead.
|Verizon and AT&T Could Rally After Earnings|
Positively aligned technicals raise the odds that Verizon and AT&T shares will trade higher in reaction to this week's earnings reports.
|3M Company Reports Earnings Under a 'Death Cross'|
3M Company reports earnings before the open on Tuesday with a market-neutral P/E ratio of 17.94 and a decent dividend yield of 2.72%.
|Stocks Stabilize After Plummeting Earlier this Month|
The major U.S. indexes are showing signs of stabilization after early-October declines, but traders will be watching these key levels into next week.
|Auto Stocks Driven Down to Long-Term Lows|
Auto stocks are having a bad year, and it's poised to get worse.
|China Weakness Could End Caterpillar Uptrend|
China's economic downturn has hit Caterpillar stock hard, dropping the Dow component more than 15% in two weeks.
|A US Stock Market Crash Is a Real Possibility|
The markets have not seen this level of potential risk in over two years.
|Starbucks Unlikely to Break Out Despite Ackman Stake|
Starbucks stock jumped to a multi-month high after Bill Ackman's 15.2 million-share disclosure but is unlikely to break out in coming weeks.
|Procter & Gamble Reports Earnings With Negative Chart|
Procter & Gamble reports earnings with a P/E ratio of 17.13 and a solid dividend yield of 3.54% as the stock is a "Dog of the Dow."
|China's Bear Market Breaks Down to New Lows|
China's benchmark Shanghai Composite Index broke down to new lows and may be poised for more losses.
|Netflix Tests Key Resistance After Strong Earnings|
Netflix shares moved sharply higher after a strong third quarter earnings report, but traders will be watching this key resistance level ahead.
|3 Charts That Suggest Transportation Stocks Are Heading Lower|
Recent closes below support on the charts of three major transportation-related assets suggest that the broader market could headed lower.
|Bank Stocks on Shaky Ground After Big Reports|
Commercial and regional bank funds have broken major support and dropped to 2018 lows, threatening the sector's multi-year bull run.
|Measuring Global Stock Market Breadth|
There are a number of reasons to analyze international markets both in their local currency terms and in terms of U.S.-listed ETFs.
|Amex Is Tracking Its 200-Day Simple Moving Average|
American Express reports earnings with a P/E ratio of 12.85, a dividend yield of 1.52% and a negative weekly chart.