Square shares fell sharply over the past week to key support levels that traders will be watching for signs of a breakdown or breakout.
Pepsico stock has a market-neutral P/E ratio of 22.99 and a reasonable dividend yield of 2.90%.
In a chaotic week on Wall Street, the major U.S. indexes moved sharply lower.
GrubHub shares moved higher on fourth quarter results this week, but traders will be watching these levels following the retracement.
Michael Kors and Ralph Lauren beat on earnings but peaked in price, while Movado and Tiffany prepare their earnings for mid-March.
Emerging market funds have reversed on heavy volume at 2011 and harmonic resistance, raising the odds that they're posting major tops.
Long-term relative strength cycles suggest that Tesla is ready to reward shareholders with a rally that shakes out unrepentant short sellers.
With biotech stocks tumbling toward long-term levels of support, we take a closer look at how active traders will trade the bounce.
Yum! Brands stock is not cheap, as its P/E ratio is 24.63, trading above a "golden cross" with a negative weekly chart.
Berkshire Hathway shares weren't immune to the market drop on Monday, and traders will be closely watching these key levels.