Dow Jones Up, S&P 500 Fights off Bear Market; Tesla sinks into Elon Musk

The Dow Jones Industrial Average turned slightly higher when the S&P 500 came out of the official beer market territory. Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk dives into reports of alleged sexual misconduct. Apples (AAPL) during assembly Boeing (BA) fell hard.

It is always important to look for stocks that show strength for one’s watchlist during market battles. In this case, the power was again a relatively bright spot, including the oil driller Noble (NE) and the natural gas game Western Midstream (WES) creates bullish bases.


Both the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange were lower in volume than the same period on Thursday. This was a piece of the best comfort.

Meanwhile, the benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield fell 7 basis points to 2.79%. West Texas Intermediate crude rose 0.5% to about 3 113 a barrel.

Outside the S&P 500 Rally of Official Beer Market

The S&P 500 officially headlined the bear market dive – a fall of more than 20% from its previous high. But after finishing the day flat it is able to close above this level. Ross Store (ROST) fell more than 22%, making it the worst performer on the index.

Technology-heavy Nasdaq also fought, but still dropped 0.3%. Dollar tree (DLTR) was one of the losers here, falling 5.7% as pressure on retail stocks continued.

US Stock Market Today Overview

Indicator Symbol Price Profit loss % Change
Dow Jones (0DJIA) 31260.58 +8.45 +0.02
S&P 500 (0S & P5) 3901.37 +0.56 +0.01
Nasdaq (0NDQC) 11354.62 -33.88 -0.30
Russell 2000 (IWM) 176.28 -0.25 -0.14
IBD50 (FFTY) 29.93 -0.22 -0.73
Last updated: 4:12 PM ET 5/20/2022

The S&P sector was mixed. Consumer prudence, industry and materials have been the worst. Health and real estate, defensive areas, have benefited the best.

Russell 2000 Small caps with 0.1% sliding ended the day in negative territory.

But it was the growth stock that did the worst damage from the bears. Innovator IBD 50 ETF (FFTY), a bellowser for growth stocks, 0.7% skidded.

Dow Jones Today: Opposite as Apple Boeing Dive

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed flat after the rally in the slightly positive zone. The profit of the fraction was a relief for the investors though after the previous losses.

Apple was one of the losers in the index but managed to reverse higher. It closed up 0.2%. The stock is down 6.5% for the week, according to Marketsmith.

But Boeing was the biggest loser at Dow Jones today. It ended the session down 5.1% as it lost more ground on its moving average.

Cisco system (CSCO) ended the day as the top performer on the Dow Jones, rising 2.9%.

Tesla stock has collapsed in the Elon Musk report

It was feared to be occupied before Friday Twitter (TWTR) Weighing on Tesla stock could confuse Elon Musk.

But that changed after Business Insider paid a অ 250,000 divorce to its space exploration firm SpaceX after a flight attendant claimed sexual misconduct against Mask.

The bizarre executive later said on Twitter that the “wild allegations” against him were untrue. He joked that people could now “use elongate as the name of the scandal.”

Although it was not a laughing stock for Tesla owners. It was one of the worst performing stocks of the day, falling 6.4% despite a late rally.

Its market cap has dropped to just under $ 690 billion. So far in May it has lost about a quarter of its value.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump SPAC Acquisition of Digital World (DWAC), which is set to launch the former president’s social media network Truth Social, rose 2.2%. It was a relative outperformance.

Palo Alto Network stock offers bright spots

Cybersecurity stock Palo Alto Networks was a standout as it increased revenue. It has beaten the Wall Street scene on both the top and bottom lines. Billing came in at $ 1.8 billion, up 40% from a year earlier, compared to an estimate of $ 1.6 billion.

Significantly, it also boosted its outlook for the current quarter. Palo Alto expects earnings per share between 2.26 and $ 2.29. That’s over 1.54 billion in revenue.

The stock remained below its 200-day moving average despite a 9.7% rally.

Among other stocks in the cyber security industry group, Fortinet (FTNT) popped 3.7%, Crowdstrike (CRWD) jumped 4.3% and Zscaler (ZS) gained 3.5%.

Outside the Dow Jones: Two strength stocks form a bullish base

Noble is forming a base-on-base pattern. The ideal buying point here would be 36.89, according to MarketSmith’s analysis.

Nevertheless, the stock is falling further below the 50-day moving average, which is not ideal. It is among the top 4% stocks in terms of price performance over the last 12 months.

One reason for the enthusiasm of Swiss providers of offshore contract drilling services is the effectiveness of energy stocks so far in 2022. The Vanguard Energy Index Fund ETF (VDE) has grown by almost 40% in 2020.

Western Midstream is another stock that forms a choppy aggregation to hold tabs. The standard entry here is 27.39. It can also be interpreted as a base-on-base structure.

The stock is holding above its 50-day line while the relative strength line is at a new high, which is a bullish sign. Earnings are a force. It boasts an EPS rating of 83 out of 99 and revenue is expected to grow 38% in 2022.

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