Stocks to Watch

Get the Week’s Most Anticipated Stock Movers

Each week, our analysts examine the markets for stocks and stories that will likely make headlines or influence trends during the upcoming days. Our Stocks To Watch guide explains why each selected stock is expected to move, brief technical analysis, charts, analyst thoughts, plus trading ideas designed to maximize profits while protecting investors from unexpected market fluctuations.

  • Exxon Mobil will continue reacting to oil prices

    What's happening with XOM: Like most big oil stocks, Exxon Mobil (XOM) has struggled in recent months with falling oil prices. The stock is currently trying to bounce, but remains well below its all-time high set over the summer, and is currently... MORE…

  • Multiple consumer-related reports to impact Wal-Mart

    What's happening with WMT: Mega-retailer Wal-Mart (WMT) has enjoyed strong stock gains during the latter part of 2014, and as a result the stock has appreciated 9.7% on the year. Multiple retailer-related reports are scheduled for release this week... MORE…

  • Walgreen reports fiscal first-quarter results December 23

    What's happening with WAG: Drug-store operator Walgreen (WAG) will report its fiscal first-quarter numbers before the market opens on December 23. Analysts have forecast quarterly earnings of $0.74 per share. The stock is up 27.9% on the year. Chart... MORE…

  • Multiple housing reports to influence PulteGroup

    What's happening with PHM: Homebuilder PulteGroup (PHM) has had a rocky year. The stock has gone through multiple periods of both strength and weakness, and the end result is a gain of just 1.6% on the year. There will be multiple housing reports... MORE…

  • Alaska Air will be influenced by oil prices

    What's happening with ALK: Like most airline stocks, Alaska Air (ALK) has moved strongly higher in recent months in reaction to falling oil prices. The stock has gained up 54.4% on the year. Oil will continue to dominate headlines, and is likely to... MORE…

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