|Day Low/High||165.11 / 168.16|
|52 Wk Low/High||132.68 / 180.48|
This is the area for stocks that are too high to buy, but too low to sell, and a terrible place to be.
At $79, though, I'd be very interested in picking up shares on the long side.
F, DELL, DE, LRCX and PBR are attractive on an intermediate- to longer-term technical basis.
U.S. indices were poised to begin Thursday's session lower, as traders awaited several economic and earnings reports.
This stock needs to build a base, but I'd be interested in the long side below $83.
We need confirmation that the recovery is intact, but we're not getting it today.
Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't be duped into taking profits in stocks.
With several more companies reporting tonight and tomorrow, I may trim some of the older plays today.
You don't need to own shares in these companies right now with so many other good companies out there.
A central bank governor's optimism about Europe's debt problems boosted global indices and U.S. futures.
Zynga reported earnings that were short of estimates in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.
Here is a bullish play on Zynga, plus bearish trades on Weight Watchers and Deere.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some key earnings reports for the week of Feb. 13
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, dust his most miserable recommendation of the week (CAT) for clues.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, barks at CAT's macro forecast.
Futures were pointed higher on the last trading day before the Christmas holiday.
Parts of the economy are already performing well and cheap stocks are available.
Today's consumer confidence data could give traders holding losing positions a chance to get out.
You need news to propel you higher. Otherwise you are just trapped in futures heaven and hell.