Stock Price Indexes: Indices like the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average

Earnings per Share (EPS): A company's earnings divided by its number of outstanding shares. Rising EPS can be a positive sign for investors

Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio: The P/E ratio compares a company's stock price to its earnings per share

Dividend Yield: This measures the annual dividend income you can expect to receive from an investment as a percentage of the stock's price

Volume: Trading volume indicates how many shares of a particular stock have been traded during a given time frame

Moving Averages: Simple and exponential moving averages (e.g., 50-day and 200-day) help smooth out price trends and identify potential buy or sell signals

Volatility Index (VIX): Known as the "fear gauge," VIX measures market volatility and investor sentiment

Bonds and Interest Rates: The bond market and interest rates, particularly the yield on the 10-year Treasury note, can influence stock prices

Economic Indicators: Reports like Gross Domestic Product (GDP), unemployment rates, and consumer confidence can provide insights into the overall health of the economy and, by extension, the stock market

Corporate Earnings Reports: Regular earnings reports from publicly traded companies can have a significant impact on their stock prices