Deere & Co. (DE)

173.92
NYSE : Producer Manufacturing
Prev Close 172.14
Day Low/High 171.50 / 174.25
52 Wk Low/High 128.32 / 174.10
Avg Volume 2.00M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 314.87M
Market Cap 54.20B
EPS 7.30
P/E Ratio 16.73
Div & Yield 3.04 (1.76%)

Deere downgraded at Wells

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Will dip buyers come in and protect the uptrend or will the bears take control?

More Downside Ahead for Deere

More Downside Ahead for Deere

This stock needs to build a base, but I'd be interested in the long side below $83.

This Market Is No Confidence-Booster

We need confirmation that the recovery is intact, but we're not getting it today.

Cramer: Don't' Take Profits

Cramer: Don't' Take Profits

Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't be duped into taking profits in stocks.

Evaluating Some Earnings Trades

Evaluating Some Earnings Trades

With several more companies reporting tonight and tomorrow, I may trim some of the older plays today.

What Were They Thinking?

You don't need to own shares in these companies right now with so many other good companies out there.

In Deere's Defense

UBS defends Deere. Break in: UBS is defending Deere (DE) now.

The Day Ahead: Thanks, China!

A central bank governor's optimism about Europe's debt problems boosted global indices and U.S. futures.

Zynga's Earnings Disappoint

Zynga's Earnings Disappoint

Zynga reported earnings that were short of estimates in its first quarter as a publicly traded company.

Three Earnings Trades in Play

Three Earnings Trades in Play

Here is a bullish play on Zynga, plus bearish trades on Weight Watchers and Deere.

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Inflation Data; Earnings From CF Industries, Baidu

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Inflation Data; Earnings From CF Industries, Baidu

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some key earnings reports for the week of Feb. 13

CAT!: What Went Wrong This Week and Why?

CAT!: What Went Wrong This Week and Why?

Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, dust his most miserable recommendation of the week (CAT) for clues.

Sell CAT! Against the Grain

Sell CAT! Against the Grain

Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, barks at CAT's macro forecast.

Fitz Bits: Another Bite at Google

Fitz Bits: Another Bite at Google

You might consider taking some stock at these levels.

The Day Ahead: Sleepy Upside Action

Futures were pointed higher on the last trading day before the Christmas holiday.

BofA/Merrill Industrial Conf.

Don't Wait for an Economic All Clear

Parts of the economy are already performing well and cheap stocks are available.

Distressed Longs May Catch a Break

Distressed Longs May Catch a Break

Today's consumer confidence data could give traders holding losing positions a chance to get out.

Churning, Churning, Churning

You need news to propel you higher. Otherwise you are just trapped in futures heaven and hell.

Catching Caterpillar

Catching Caterpillar

The stock has pulled back to support, and a short-term base could be a platform for another run.

A Veritable Horror Show

A Veritable Horror Show

I have to say, it's not fun being wrong.

Futures Slump as Europe Woes Persist

Shares are indicated lower, but a host of economic reports could shift direction.

Analyst Actions -- 11/11/2011

Here are today's top research calls.

Analyst Actions -- 11/2/2011

Here are today's top research calls.

Icahn's Federal-Mogul: Ready to Accelerate

The activist investor's about-face purchase of more shares indicates the auto-parts maker is undervalued.