Tech Stocks Lead Market Rally; Amazon, PayPal Sharply Higher – Investor’s Business Daily

The stock market rallied early Monday, as it looked to snap back from Friday’s heavy losses. Tech stocks were leading the way in the stock market today.

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The Nasdaq composite advanced 1.2%, while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones industrial average moved up 0.7% apiece. All three indexes are seeing support around their long-term 200-day moving average lines.

Among the Dow Jones industrials, Nike (NKE) moved up 0.2%, as the stock moved closer to a potential buy point — a flat-base’s 70.35 entry. Bullishly, the stock’s relative strength line hit a new high last week. Retailers have been a source of strength amid the current stock market correction.

Meanwhile, Apple (AAPL) jumped 1.7% and is trying to get back above its 50-day line.

The FANG stocks were mostly higher early Monday with gains ranging from 0.6% to 2.5%. Alphabet (GOOGL) and Netflix (NFLX) set the pace with rises of about 2.5% apiece. Alphabet shares are battling for support at their 200-day line — about 15% off its recent 52-week high.

Amazon.com (AMZN) followed up with a 2% advance. Shares continue to languish under the 50-day line. During the stock’s current pullback, it has fallen as much as 16% off its all-time high

But Facebook (FB) lagged with a 0.6% gain. The stock is well-below its 50- and 200-day moving average lines.

Oil and gas refiner HollyFrontier (HFC) is breaking out above a 53.31 cup-shaped base’s entry early Monday with a 2% advance. Shares were right below that level through morning trade. Volume was tracking just below average.

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Among leading growth stocks, most top names were headed north through morning trade. PayPal (PYPL) was one of the top performers with a near-2% rise. Shares have been in correction model since Feb. 1 and are stuck below their 50-day line.

On the downside, Floor & Decor (FND) declined almost 2%, but is still extended from a 51.58 cup-shaped base’s buy point.

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