Highs and lows of dating
We've not wanted for David Hockney shows in London — the Royal Academy has put on big exhibitions of Yorkshire landscapes and Californian portraits in the past five years alone.
But it has been nearly 30 since we’ve had the chance to see a retrospective, to assess a career that now extends across the best part of 60 years.
With some investors seeing the current market as a bit overheated, stocks not participating in 2017’s gains appear particularly vulnerable.
After all, if a stock can’t gain in this environment — with so many bullish investors — what happens when broad market sentiment inevitably reverses?
I found the stock by using to find "Barchart New Highs" page and then I clicked on pull-down to select stocks with new 52-week highs.
I then viewed the stocks on the list with the Flip Charts feature.
Macroeconomic sentiment has turned notably positive since the election.
But for some years now, despite Hockney’s undeniable enthusiasm and relentless energy, I have felt his work has been in sharp decline. Seemingly anything he makes is deemed worthy of commanding vast gallery space, when if it didn’t have the name Hockney attached to it we might not give it a second look.