|Day Low/High||82.84 / 84.57|
|52 Wk Low/High||74.80 / 91.49|
Consider going long AEP at current levels if you are seeking yield and capital appreciation.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
These energy stocks have one thing in common, so keep an eye on them.
Stocks sensitive to interest rates are doing better today.
The current set-up on AEP is compelling because of nearby support.
Pfizer shares were slipping after the drugmaker posted a premarket earnings whiff.
Be aware that Johnson & Johnson, American Electric Power and Federal Realty don't roll over idly.
Be cautious for now, but be ready to put some of that mad money to work in higher-yielding, all-domestic equities.
Our historically high cash balance reflects our directional view of the market.
AEP is a smart play on U.S. domestic growth, not the growth of solar energy, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer prefers Verizon to AT&T because it's levered to Apple's iPhone 7.
AEP is the best run utility company in the country, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says he doesn't think PepsiCo will disappoint on earnings, but if it does, investors should buy it.
The most recent congestion area yields an upside price target of $72.
Then we might see the performance and growth that bank stocks used to give.
Jim Cramer says in the utilities group, he's a fan of American Electric Power, which is owned by his charitable trust.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says some biotech companies could be in play after the end of the deal between Pfizer and Allergan.
Reduced expectations for future rate hikes are a negative for our financials but good for our higher dividend-paying stocks.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says the search for yield has sent investors into utilities stocks, and it’s why Action Alerts PLUS owns American Electric Power.
But perhaps it's best to wait until the Fed storm passes.
It was just bad day across the board for the market.
AEP should easily reach our earlier target of $65, and a close over $65 could open up the possibility of a longer-term objective in the $70 area.
Stanley Black & Decker and Thermo Fisher provide an unfortunate lesson.
Utilities, tobacco and staples are doing incredibly well.
With stocks down over 10% since the start of the year, it is crucial to stay disciplined.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says investors need protection in this market and they should look for high yielding stocks, like General Motors.