|Bid||0.00 x 1100|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's range||33.56 - 33.95|
|52-week range||25.39 - 38.79|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.32|
|Expense ratio (net)||0.80%|
The Dow Jones led a broad rally Friday. Is the bull market ready to start running again? One key to the answer: watch how leading growth stocks perform.
The Nasdaq composite, boosted in part by strength in hard hit FANG stocks, is outperforming the Dow Jones industrial average in stocks today.
he major averages are trying to rebound after getting pounded the past four sessions. The Dow Jones industrial average is lagging the Nasdaq.
The Dow Jones industrial average suffered one of its worst weeks in recent years, falling as many as 1,500 points for the week. The bear market is in force.
Stock indexes today were near session lows in afternoon trading as the week's rebound is now almost entirely wiped out.
The stock market continues to be largely a news-driven market, a characteristic that leaves the stock indexes vulnerable to changing gusts of news.
The stock market plummeted Tuesday, quickly undoing the bullish work of the past week. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 799 points.
The stock market couldn't hold afternoon gains and closed modestly lower Thursday, but it was nothing to diminish the week's bullish indications.
Sellers held the upper hand on Friday but could not stop the major indexes from generating weekly gains. One IBD 50 stock defied the broad decline and gained 9% for the week.
Stocks mostly drifted down late Thursday morning, as the market awaited the wrap-up of the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting.
Stocks pared losses Friday, after the S&P 500 fell more than 10% off its high, and leading stocks sank into what would be considered a bear market.
The S&P 500 today lost a small gain and slipped after details of the September Fed meeting reinforced expectations of more rate increases.
Stock indexes were mixed Monday afternoon, with the technology sector acting as a major drag and retail stocks mixed after weak September sales.
The major indexes cut their gains by more than half in late trading as the Dow Jones industrial average tried to hold a tiny gain.
Stocks sold off hard into the close as the Dow Jones industrial average joined the other key market indexes by giving up its 50-day moving average.
The S&P 500 pierced its 50-day line Wednesday morning. If the index closes under the line, the violation would be the first since early July.
The stock market today was on track for the first gain in the major indexes in four sessions. [ibd-display-video id=3795710 width=50 float=left autostart=true] Defensive plays — such as tobacco, medical care and utilities — led the gainers.
The major stock indexes were higher Tuesday afternoon, but there was noticeable weakness in small-cap stocks and leading companies.
True market leader Netflix, producer of award-winning shows such as "The Crown," is showing bullish action in recent weeks.
Apple is taking a break after having gained more than 20% during a move past a 179.04 buy point. Amazon.com dropped sharply.
Retail stocks were having a strong day. The retail sector has delivered the most new highs in the previous three sessions.
The major stock market indexes were solidly lower at midday. Ulta Beauty and Lululemon kept rising. The Innovator IBD 50 Fund gave up early gains after rising in 11 of the last 12 sessions.