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MEM TV: The Easy Way to Uncover Stocks Poised to Outperform

In this episode of StockCharts TV‘s The MEM Edge, Mary Ellen takes a look at some of the items that drove price action last week. Growth stocks came roaring back for week two of 2024, which is great news for those that were believers last year. They can renew their belief! Earnings season began this week, and so Mary Ellen shares some of the names that were reported today and what to be on the lookout for next week as earnings season begins to ramp up. She then takes a look beneath the sectors, as it is compelling to have a good sense of where that relative out-performance is, and where the money flows are shaping up.

This video originally premiered January 12, 2024. Click on the above image to watch on our dedicated MEM Edge page on StockCharts TV, or click this link to watch on YouTube.

New episodes of The MEM Edge premiere weekly on Fridays. You can view all previously recorded episodes at this link.

If you’re looking for stocks to invest in in 2024, be sure to check out the MEM Edge Report! This report gives you detailed information on the top sectors, industries and stocks for the upcoming year, so you can make informed investment decisions. With this report, you’ll be sure to make the most of your investment opportunities in the new year!

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