|Day Low/High||135.87 / 138.41|
|52 Wk Low/High||106.14 / 181.99|
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.
The stock has pulled back to support, and a short-term base could be a platform for another run.
Shares are indicated lower, but a host of economic reports could shift direction.
The activist investor's about-face purchase of more shares indicates the auto-parts maker is undervalued.
This market offers opportunities to buy on dips and invest in growing businesses with increasing profits.
Dollar Tree has been a winner, so let it run, but keep a close eye on that dwindling volume.
With earnings season on tap, it's time for investors to focus on what corporate profits are saying about the future of the economy.
Many companies are doing much better, balance sheets are improved and more safeguards are in place.
The longer-term, technical configurations of most agriculture issues remain negative.
The August/September lows have a good chance of developing into a major double bottom that may propel the stock higher into year-end.
In time, CRESY's income potential and asset appreciation will produce a bountiful harvest for investors.
You have to be wary of U.S. companies that have high exposure to Europe.
Investors will be severely disappointed if they think anything beyond a high-single-digit return is likely.
The market is hard to buy right now, and it's a good time to take some profits.
Think of Caterpillar and Deere as energy plays that use a lot of steel.