|Day Low/High||96.33 / 99.12|
|52 Wk Low/High||82.00 / 186.22|
As a general rule, individual investors should not treat an IPO differently than any other stock.
Tomorrow is the last day of the month, so it's ok to step back if you feel you do not have an edge.
Most Chinese names in the sector popped on Friday, but Yahoo! did not benefit.
I'm leaning bearish under 1308, neutral between 1308 and 1311.50, and bullish above 1311.50.
We don't have a setup yet, but the stock could make a big earnings move.
The Facebook IPO news has other Internet names rising in anticipation. On the Facebook IPO news: Changyou.com (CYOU), AOL (AOL), Baidu (BIDU), Pandora (P), Yahoo! (YHOO) and LinkedIn (LNKD) have all moved to their days' highs.
While Apple's shares do not appear frothy, the same cannot be said for BIDU, CRM and IBM.
Apple is one of a kind, and it probably won't move the S&P. "One last thing..." (part deux) -- Lt. Columbo I have to respectfully disagree with the general (and almost breathlesss) view I am hearing in the business media that Apple's (AAPL) blowou...
Despite Friday's significant upward move, shares still have room to run.
A simple name change in a Chinese Internet company could have big implications for Yahoo! investors.
This is a stock pickers market and a good time to detect relative strength and weakness plays.
The U.S. stock market is likely headed higher -- here's the fuel for that move. I have rarely been accused of being an economic/stock market cheerleader, but I believe the U.S. stock market will surprise to the upside in the near term for the follow...
Keyword search concerns. "Surprise No. 10: Despite the advance in the U.S. stock market, high-beta stocks underperform. Though counterintuitive within the framework of a new bull-market leg, the market's lowfliers (low multiple, slower growth) becom...
For the shares of one highly innovative tech name, a breakout above this key level is now in play.
Low-lying stocks and financials led the U.S. market's parade yesterday. So far, two of my "15 Surprises for 2012" have emerged as less surprising in the first trading week of the year. Surprise No. 10: Despite the advance in the U.S. stock market, h...
Everything looks good here, but wait for a pullback before you consider an entry.
Here's what 2012 could look like for technology and Chinese stocks.
The S&P is still trading in the macro wedge pattern that should resolve in the first weeks of 2012.
Some breakouts, like that of Apple lately, cannot be taken at face value -- especially if they lack volume.
EBIX broke out on Tuesday in heavy volume, which hints at institutional buying in this stock.
What surprises might occur in 2012 -- and how can we profit? "Never make predictions, especially about the future." -- Casey Stengel While I had a reasonably successful surprise list for 2011, with about half my surprises coming to fruition, the rea...
In low-volume trading, the S&P is approaching resistance at the 200-day moving average.