Stocks kick off Q4 in a slump, waiting for the next batch of economic news for direction.
Berkshire Hathaway and Verizon are among the low-volatility stocks that trade at a discount.
Margins may be trapped between an inflation rock and a regulation hard place, but investor enthusiasm for utility stocks has been anything but squeezed.
The wide-moat cybersecurity company is scheduled to split its shares for the first time.
Earnings from Zscaler and Coupa boost shares. Falling oil and gas prices hit energy firms.
E-commerce firms Pinduoduo, Groupon impress. Shares of software companies Okta and MongoDB drop.
Pent-up demand means auto sales could grow even during a recession.
Chinese ADR-listed stocks get a big boost; Nordstrom, Advance Auto Parts slide on outlook.
It will mark the second stock split for the electric vehicle maker in the past two years.
Cheniere Energy Partners, Coterra Energy rally on higher gas prices. Bed Bath & Beyond shares plunge following volatile trading sessions.
Solar stocks get a boost from the Inflation Reduction Act. Increased demand benefits oil and gas drilling equipment suppliers.
Citigroup, Stellantis, and GSK are among those left undervalued even after earnings rallies on solid results.
Oil stocks fall as crude oil prices decline. Uber and Lyft rally on solid earnings results.
Second-quarter results haven’t actually been impressive, but investors are rewarding them anyway.
Microsoft, Amazon, Tyler Technologies, and Manhattan Associates are among those that Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff highlights for posting solid second-quarter results.
First Solar, Sunrun gain on climate bill news. Disappointing earnings results send Roku shares plunging.
Renewable energy stocks gain on surprise climate bill news.
Burlington Stores and Goldman Sachs stocks are among those looking more attractive as the bear market drives names further into undervalued territory.
After a volatile comeback GameStop's stock will split for the first time in 15 years.
Lithium stocks, miners and big oil lead among undervalued names with big valuation increases.
Google's parent company will have a fair value estimate of $180 after its 20-to-1 stock split.
Investors go on the defensive, leading to big gains for packaged-food stocks. Valuations cut in half for these technology and retail stocks, including Lyft and Snap.
Valuations are now closing in on recession average lows for JPMorgan, Bank of America and other high-quality bank stocks.
The e-commerce company’s shares will have a fair value estimate of $45 following the planned 10-1 split.
Solid earnings from Okta, Elastic, and others come as investors look for stocks that could weather a slowdown.
Shoals Technologies leads the gains, but First Solar misses out on the rally.
Amazon's stock will have a fair value estimate of $192 per share following 20-1 split.
There are signs the tide may be turning even as supply chain issues continue in some sectors.
Here are the energy stocks and basic materials companies that saw the largest fair value increases during earnings season.
Opportunities in the stock market haven't been this abundant since the pandemic selloff.
Stocks avoid bear market, barely, as retailers get slammed.
Citigroup and Sabre are among those left undervalued despite strong first-quarter results.
After the market’s decline, five of the biggest names are now undervalued.
Latest CPI report is on deck. Devon Energy and Occidental rally. Lyft shares plunge.
The rotation into defensive stocks has lifted utilities shares, but many are now overvalued and the outlook is risky.
Another rate hike is in sight, but that's good for savers. Chinese stocks Pinduoduo, JD.com bounce. Tesla, Amazon shares slide.
This year's selloff in technology shares was so steep it left these companies undervalued.
Banks and pharmaceutical companies face a wave of shareholder proposals. Netflix shares plunge as United, Delta, and American rise.
Undervalued stocks in the financial, automobile, and semiconductor industries recently had major valuation increases.
Major banks start reporting. Delta and travel stocks rise higher. Healthcare stocks reverse gains while Nvidia and AMD extend losses.
Fed minutes trigger a tech selloff, Nvidia shares slide. Defensive sectors rally.
Oil prices tumble and the yield curve inverts. Trip.com and airlines on the rise, while bank stocks take a hit.
Rising mortgage rates have sent housing-related stocks tumbling.
More strong readings on the labor market are expected as the Fed is seen moving higher, faster on rates.
Thanks to a big rally, long-underperforming energy stocks are now starting to look expensive.
Chinese ADRs bounce back, Nvidia and Moderna rise, and energy stocks slump.
Shares of the carriers often rise when the price of oil—their most volatile input—falls in price.
Volatility continues to dominate markets.
Demand headwinds may be ahead.
While few companies’ fair value estimates increased, some sectors saw particularly strong gains.