|Day Low/High||53.59 / 55.03|
|52 Wk Low/High||28.33 / 73.49|
Only fools and liars can accurately predict market tops. Strive to be neither.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are slightly higher this morning (S&P 500 is up by 6 handles, Nasdaq is ahead by 14 handles). European stocks are reversing yesterday's losses and are higher by about 0.80%. Nikkei (closed on Monday) is up 0...
I believe it's headed for the low $60s -- though very patient bulls may ultimately be rewarded.
If you step out of the blinding spotlight, the truly rewarding buying opportunities become obvious.
Staying on the right side is one of the most important, and simplest, elements of trading.
Don't chase the market after rallies. Do buy into periods of weakness.
Maybe you don't truly want a long-term 'patient portfolio' and all that that entails -- and that's OK.
Alaska Air is trading above all key moving averages with a healthy uptrend since July.
Jim Cramer says investors should embrace the theme of "stealth tech" when deciding where to invest, and that investing in technology is not limited to the personal computer.
U.S. stocks opened fairly flat Tuesday but J.C. Penney is up smartly after a Citigroup analyst recommended buying the shares because of its nascent turnaround.
Jim Cramer says PPG's Chuck Bunch's vision to be the dominant player in the coatings business in growth markets around the world is one of the reasons he is on the '21 Bankable CEOs' list.
My own research predicts at least a modest pick-up in prices over the next few months.
Will the rise in coffee bean prices translate to an increase in the cost of a cup of joe at your local coffee shop?
They're already setting the stage for better stock prices ahead.
Old guard stocks like DuPont and Ford are performing better than tech stocks like Apple as the market moves towards a defensive position.
Apple shares are tumbling again this morning after an earnings miss while Jim Cramer is buying into shares of Nike ahead of the Super Bowl.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace breaks down the key economic data and earnings releases to watch next week.
Judging by what we've seen so far this year, if you want to be successful you'll need to surf the riptide.