Onus Remains on the Bulls

 

Last Monday we wrote that the next few days would be telling—and given the action, it’s clear the onus remains on the bulls to show they have sufficient strength to halt the market’s downtrend.  

But, as always, it’s best to just take the evidence as it comes—today, that means holding lots of cash and limiting new buying as we patiently wait for a bottom to form.

This week’s list has a big-cap feel to it as investors seek out some dependability. Our Top Pick is big, liquid and remains resilient.

Michael Cintolo is Vice President of Investments at Cabot, and Chief Analyst of Cabot Growth Investor and Cabot Top Ten Trader. A growth stock and market timing expert, Mike is a true student of the market and a technical analysis specialist.

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Stock Picks

Tesla Motors

If Tesla ever begins to cut back on development and innovation costs, earnings will soar.

Alibaba

China seems to be raising up its very own version of Amazon in Alibaba (BABA.

Facebook

Roy Ward uses the PEG ratio to determine if the stock is undervalued or overvalued.

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