|Day Low/High||36.14 / 37.05|
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These names are displaying both technical and quantitative deterioration.
I do believe that having no economy is temporary. I also believe that what comes out on the other side will be smaller, far less global.
What I suggest individual investors do is give their portfolios a physical. Like a visit to the doctor.
I am taking profits on energy names on WTI's 32% quarterly gain.
The wildcard on today's employment data will be if the sudden slowing of growth in manufacturing employment is emblematic of a broader problem.
The SEC has allowed the firm to remain viable. This also keeps the cult following in place.
Selloffs like the one in marijuana stocks present entry points, if this is your cup of tea.
Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.
These managers have great track records and I have made money stealing their ideas.
CALM is coming up on my defensive value-investor screen.
We take a technical look at the stocks investors love to hate.
More than half of outstanding shares of some of these companies are held short though it's not always clear why.
PacWest and Cal-Maine are both financially solid with good dividend yields, well suited to today's turbulent market.
U.S. stocks flitted between minor losses and gains to end narrowly mixed on the final day of the shortened trading week.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Kinder Morgan (KMI), Chevron (CVX), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Tyson Foods (TSN), Ulta Salon (ULTA) and more.
Invest around a slowing economy, strong dollar and weak commodities.
U.S.-bred poultry suppliers are under pressure with the U.S. Department of Agriculture continuing to receive reports of avian flu outbreaks.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The waiting is the hardest part, but not waiting is the most painful.