Cal-Maine Foods Inc. (CALM)

39.20
0.91 2.27
NASDAQ : Consumer Non-Durables
Prev Close 40.11
Open 40.02
Day Low/High 38.96 / 40.73
52 Wk Low/High 38.96 / 52.30
Volume 506.68K
Avg Volume 278.70K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 43.89M
Market Cap 1.95B
EPS 2.60
P/E Ratio 13.37
Div & Yield 0.86 (2.05%)

Latest News

Trade a Monster Like Tesla Through the Options Market: Market Recon

Trade a Monster Like Tesla Through the Options Market: Market Recon

The SEC has allowed the firm to remain viable. This also keeps the cult following in place.

Keep Buying Pot Stocks; Weed Isn't Going Away

Keep Buying Pot Stocks; Weed Isn't Going Away

Selloffs like the one in marijuana stocks present entry points, if this is your cup of tea.

Cal-Maine Is Cracking Through Resistance

Cal-Maine Is Cracking Through Resistance

This stock is looking good long in the charts.

Slim Pickings for Thanksgiving in Value Land

Slim Pickings for Thanksgiving in Value Land

Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.

For Value Investors, Arbiter Partners Knows How to Pick 'Em

For Value Investors, Arbiter Partners Knows How to Pick 'Em

These managers have great track records and I have made money stealing their ideas.

Cal-Maine May Have a Few Broken Shells, But It Sure Makes a Nice Omelet

Cal-Maine May Have a Few Broken Shells, But It Sure Makes a Nice Omelet

CALM is coming up on my defensive value-investor screen.

Do Charts Agree With Bears on the Most-Shorted Stocks?

We take a technical look at the stocks investors love to hate.

The 10 Most Shorted Stocks in the S&P 1500...and Why

More than half of outstanding shares of some of these companies are held short though it's not always clear why.

2 Solid Stocks With Good Payouts

PacWest and Cal-Maine are both financially solid with good dividend yields, well suited to today's turbulent market.

Closing Bell: Hyatt Falls on Malware Attack; Stocks Go Nowhere

Closing Bell: Hyatt Falls on Malware Attack; Stocks Go Nowhere

U.S. stocks flitted between minor losses and gains to end narrowly mixed on the final day of the shortened trading week.

Jim Cramer Buys More Energy Transfer Partners, Likes Medtronic

Jim Cramer Buys More Energy Transfer Partners, Likes Medtronic

TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Kinder Morgan (KMI), Chevron (CVX), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Tyson Foods (TSN), Ulta Salon (ULTA) and more.

Forget the Fed and Focus on Economic Data

Invest around a slowing economy, strong dollar and weak commodities.

The Week Ahead: The News Never Stops

Hundreds of companies will report quarterly results.

Avoid Stocks Like ConAgra in Face of Mounting Egg Crisis, Bird Flu

Avoid Stocks Like ConAgra in Face of Mounting Egg Crisis, Bird Flu

U.S.-bred poultry suppliers are under pressure with the U.S. Department of Agriculture continuing to receive reports of avian flu outbreaks.

Chicken Prices Climb as Bird Flu Spreads

Chicken Prices Climb as Bird Flu Spreads

This could put pressure on poultry producers.

Stay With the Trend

Having a problem liking this market? Consider your mindset.

Cramer: Don Knauss Is Leaving Clorox in Great Shape, Skip Viacom

Cramer: Don Knauss Is Leaving Clorox in Great Shape, Skip Viacom

Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

The Week Ahead

It's quiet, but there are some data and earnings worth watching.

Twelve Posts of Christmas, Part 2

Twelve Posts of Christmas, Part 2

Call option birds, golden rings and calm geese.

A Pair of 'Squeezed' Situations

A Pair of 'Squeezed' Situations

Cal-Maine Foods and Flotek Industries are feeling the pinch.

Five Double-Top-Potential Charts

The waiting is the hardest part, but not waiting is the most painful.

Day Ahead: Quarter Final

Update: Futures positive as quarter closes; J&J sells ortho unit.

The Day Ahead: Just Another Muted Monday

Welcome to another holiday-shortened week.

Rules of the Game: Earnings Don't Matter

They emphasize single stocks rather than a portfolio.

CALM Before the Storm

Cal-Maine's huge EPS miss that reminded me to start looking for the next wave of names likely to whiff. Cal-Maine (CALM) inexplicably reported fiscal second-quarter earnings this morning, posting a huge EPS miss that reminded me to start looking for...

Searching for Momentum

If there is a theme to today's action, I'm not sure what it is.

The Incredible Price Jump in Eggs

A largely-unnoticed surge in the cost of the breakfast could be a boon to this stock.

The Day Ahead: A Slow Start

Expect light volume in this week between holidays.