|Day Low/High||14.69 / 15.39|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.10 / 17.05|
This week seems likely to return politics to the forefront for investors.
Setting my sights on retail, network and storage, food and social media.
More than 1,200 names are set to report -- in addition to GDP and durable-goods data.
Portfolio manager David Peltier sifts through the wreckage at Groupon to see if it is buyable.
Here are days-to-cover readings for some big names in the industry. For those considering social media stocks, below are the current "days to cover" short-interest readings for some big names in the industry: Zynga (ZNGA), 1.25 LinkedIn (LNKD), 1.85...
The company is losing money already with negative margins and is offering to cut its annual membership fee.
You can't cherry-pick social media -- you have to be in them all, says marketing expert Jeff Hayzlett.
Momentum favorites are losing steam, but some recent IPOs are attracting speculative money.
On the first day of trading for 2012, overseas rallies are boosting Wall Street futures.
The major indices were all trading to the downside before Wall Street's opening bell.