|Day Low/High||59,42 / 61,34|
|52 Wk Low/High||38,59 / 73,23|
The really bad stuff that you might be cycling into will simply not hold up as well on the pullback.
How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $ 90 million to sell today. Sectors to buy include fnancials at $95 million, health care at $25 million and telecom at $14 million. Sectors to sell include consumer discretionary at ...
Unless business comes in substantially below expectations, this volatile stock is primed for a major recovery.
These out-of-favor stocks could well act as coiled springs that will ultimately soar higher.
I'm considering a straddle, rather than trying to predict direction.
We're seeing earnings-related moves, as well as heaps of activity in bonds and commodities.
I suspect a shift back to discounters once back-to-school is over, so keep an eye on these two names.
Here are some of the most intriguing tidbits sifted from reams of information on earnings season.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest events in the financial world.
You other traders can't deny. Big Lots (BIG) hit an all-time high on March 27, less that a month ago. I had a lot of success with this stock earlier this year, as part of a portfolio that was designed to do well in tough times. Check out this articl...
A portfolio that is equally balanced on the long and short sides can make money in a bull market.
Stocks that break out across multiple time frames are likely to run further still. Here are some to watch.
This level of resistance on the S&P 500 is a tough nut to crack. I know that Doug has been trimming some positions after the great start we've had to the year. I'm not holding the same stocks as Doug, but we seem to have a similar opinion of the cur...
BIG and FRED show bullish technical developments and should continue to do well in a down economy.