|Day Low/High||8.31 / 9.66|
|52 Wk Low/High||8.52 / 44.51|
When the market sends you highly conflicting messages, here's how to sort things out.
The home furnishing retailer is having its heaviest upside trading since late June.
Nathalie Pierrepont finds that what retailers think are back-to-school "must haves" are really a waste of money.
What if, after a 50% decline in a stock, you bought more instead of stopping out?
The market remains in oversold territory, and that may lead to a few sessions of choppy action.
Today was the third straight day of selling, and the market is entering oversold territory.
Don Wood, CEO of Federal Realty, says the REIT is finding consumers to be resilient and anchor tenants abundant.
Lindsey Bell and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks on today's news.
Consensus profit forecasts are in jeopardy. I'm gonna keep on drinkin' till I can't even think 'Cause in the last week I ain't slept a wink There's a tear in my beer 'Cause I'm crying for you dear You are on my lonely mind. -- Hank Williams, "There'...
Lindsey Bell and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks on Monday's news.
I would not be too keen on holding stocks into the weekend.
Its shares are down by 10%. As I mentioned in this morning's opening missive, Procter & Gamble (PG) and Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) might be the forerunners of lower profit guidance contained in upcoming second-quarter releases. As a follow-up, Lenovo,...
Jim Cramer explains that while Bed Bath & Beyond's quarter wasn't good, they should be getting more credit for investing in the future.
Tech's slowing, banking still lacks margins, industrials hostage to Europe and oil stocks declining.
You may want to trim your winners and let your underperformers run.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports slated for the coming week.
Companies are busy defending their outlooks to a market that expects the worst.
Jim Cramer thinks that if the anti-austerity group wins the Greek elections liquidity will be introduced into the system and if the current group wins, the country will stay in the Euro; both outcomes will boost stock markets.
When I say that these domestic winners are worth buying, people think I'm joking.
The stock is trading at new highs for the month and is now just shy of its April peak.