Lawrence G. McMillan: Breadth divergence is a troubling sign for the stock market
Stock-market indicators are turning bearish — and most worrisome among this group is breadth.
The Technical Indicator: Charting the approach of S&P 2,000
The S&P 500 Index continues to grind slowly, but steadily, toward the headline 2,000 mark. Against this backdrop, the U.S. markets’ bigger-picture technicals continue to support the bull case.
The Technical Indicator: S&P 500 vies for technical breakout
The S&P 500 has absorbed recent geopolitical cross currents, rising this week to challenge all-time highs.
Therese Poletti's Tech Tales: This device promises aging baby boomers injury-free exercise
Meet LEO — a wearable band that promises to help you avoid exercise injuries. Aging baby boomers may be its biggest market, writes Therese Poletti.
Corrections: Time will tell if Google smartwatch ticks
A June 26 MarketWatch column incorrectly identified the clients and partners of Appetizer Mobile. The column has been corrected.
Amazon Fire Phone: Is it different enough?
Amazon’s new smart phone offers interesting features, but it’s the tie-ins that matter.
Video: Opinion: Slow Justice for Benghazi Victims
Foundation for Defense of Democracies Senior Fellow Tom Joscelyn on the capture of Ahmed Abu Khattala, a terrorist allegedly responsible for the 2012 murders of four Americans in Libya. Photo credit: Getty Images.
Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Europe’s continental vote will have local effects
The status quo is likely to prevail in this week’s European Parliament election, but euroskeptic parties could do just well enough to improve their fortunes in national elections in coming years, writes Darrell Delamaide.
Wal-Mart’s earnings say a lot about other companies
The behemoth is trying new things, becoming a test case, writes Marek Fuchs.
Mickey Mouse decouples from the U.S. economy
Disney’s earnings don’t say a whole lot about America anymore, writes Marek Fuchs.