Monday's stock run-up was something for bulls to be thankful for, but it happened on low volume.
If Monday’s rally had included a dip back into Friday’s range, then a more durable upleg would be likely.
The Vix is returning bear market level readings. Here are some clues to watch for to prepare for the worst.
Major indexes were in the loss column again last week, but selling momentum slowed and prices rebounded as trading closed.
This key stock market indicator has fallen below critical support, possibly foreshadowing a further market correction.
Peaking late Tuesday morning, major indexes finished the session modestly in the negative column on rising volume.
Traders need to be patient when assessing the current oversold condition in the stock market.
Weekly Review: Recent sharp losses have exacerbated trend negativity, but the resulting oversold conditions make the market ripe for a possible short-term rebound.
Closing relatively unchanged on Friday after some relatively wide swings sets up a potential technical bottom for the S&P 500.
If Thursday’s last-minute slide was weak-handed pessimism, then must Friday’s open reverse higher immediately?