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Trending Stocks: DNB, TRIP

Dun & Bradstreet (DNB)Chart for DNBOver the next 13 weeks, Dun & Bradstreet has on average historically risen by 4.3% based on the past 22 years of stock performance.Dun & Bradstreet has risen higher by an average 4.3% in 15 of those 22 years over the subsequent 13 week period,corresponding to a historical probability of 68%The holding period that leads to the greatest annualized return for Dun & Bradstreet, based on historical prices, is 6 weeks. Should Dun & Bradstreet stock move in the future similarly to its average historical movement over this duration, an annualized return of 19% could result.TripAdvisor (TRIP)Chart for TRIPOver the next 13 weeks, TripAdvisor has on average historically risen by 8.9% based on the past 6 years of stock performance.TripAdvisor has risen higher by an average 8.9% in 5 of those 6 years over the subsequent 13 week period,corresponding to a historical probability of 83%The holding period that leads to the greatest annualized return for TripAdvisor, based on historical prices, is 1 week. Should TripAdvisor stock move in the future similarly to its average historical movement over this duration, an annualized return of 182% could result. … [Read More...]

February 15th Daily Market Comments

The NASDAQ continues to be the strongest index with Today's gap up after yesterday's close well above the T-line. The other indexes are also showing strength but with indecisive trading after they have opened. The uptrend is now considered back in progress as long as the indexes remain above the T-line but expect some profit-taking after the bullish reversal signal of a week ago. Stay predominantly long but be aware there may be some profit-taking today and tomorrow, going into the long weekend.       … [Read More...]

February 14th Daily Market Comments

The knee-jerk selling on the open as disappeared. The NASDAQ is currently trading above the T-line, the other indexes are just nudging the T-line. It will be important to see whether all the indexes can get above the T-line Today to confirm the large hammer type signals that occurred on Friday. Any long positions still require the confirmation of the markets closing above the T-line or at the high end of their trading range Today. The big stocks, AMZN, AAPL NVDA are all trading higher, indicating bullish pressure is still in the markets.   … [Read More...]

February 13th Daily Market Comments

Today's lack of bullish confirmation in the markets continue to illustrate the indecisive nature of the market. However, although the markets are trading lower, the indexes are trading above where they opened or at the high end of their trading range. This is why we recommend Trend Analysis. … [Read More...]

February 12th Daily Market Comments

Today's positive trading is indicating a possible basing area in the markets. A reversal requires strength going into the close. Currently, the Dow is trading at where it opened after trading higher, demonstrating the lack of bullish follow-through so far today. Any established positions today still warrant being ready to close them back out immediately if the individual stock charts and the market indexes show weakness. This is why we recommend Trend Analysis.   … [Read More...]