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The stock looks like death on a stick, but it's currently at an important trendline.
Falling interest rates seem to be keeping a bid under this market.
Staying in rock-solid names will help you avoid costly, reactive trading.
Here are the rest of the stocks on my 'serial-disappointer' list.
But I don't think you need to reposition your portfolio on these Syria developments.
This might portend further strength in Potash et al. Deere's (DE) shares are up smartly. The stock typically moves with the ags/fertilizers. This might portend further strength in Potash (POT) et al.
Concern over weakness in the retail industry are bringing back the sellers and it could affect housing says Keith Bliss of Cuttone.
The DOJ grounds a big airline merger as a UPS plane crashes causing problems for the group. Deere delivers and Apple gets Icahn'ed.
I find one these names that are reporting this week much more attractive than the other.
It's a big week for retail, with Macy's and Wal-Mart set to report results, and the government's retail sales report for July on tap. Brittany Umar details the week ahead.
Q2 earnings are coming to a close with retailers next week and Japan data is on tap, reports TheStreet's Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill.
Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer on why the Citi call of the 'end of commodities supercycle' is wrong and how to play it
S&P Capital IQ equity analyst Michael Jaffe says the selloff in the company's shares due to its earnings guidance is an overreaction.
HSBC plans to cut up to 14,000 more jobs as part of a plan to trim another $3 billion in costs.
Stocks are flat as Blackberry stalls, while Burger King battles McDonalds over rib sandwiches - Debra Borchardt details.
At these lofty heights, folks are growing ever more bullish as they ratcheting up margin debt.
It's a busy week of earnings for retailers and restaurants, with Macy's and J.C. Penney set to report next week.