|Day Low/High||171.12 / 176.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||123.72 / 180.75|
Retailers are driving the action before the bell as the market awaits key economic data.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Westport Innovations, Apple, and J.C. Penney.
I have no idea if the bulls or bears are correct here, but playing both sides could make for a late Christmas bonus.
Deckers and North Face can't perform well when the thermometer doesn't cooperate.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
Investors are anticipating a slew of U.S. economic reports today.
As far as we can tell, this holiday season is strong, and the group's fundamentals remain positive.
Stocks that were once square in the bears' cross-hairs are now rocketing higher.
On days like today, we see how a functioning stock market can work, and frankly, it's a beautiful thing.
Adding these footwear makers to your holiday shopping list will put a spring in your step.
These stocks have been making big moves -- up and down -- despite the market whipsaws caused by Europe.
The headlines are negative again, so stocks are moving in tandem to the downside.
Here's how the dynamic is playing out between shorts and longs ahead of earnings reports.
Thanks to some strong earnings reports, these names could be on the verge of technical breakouts.
Traders around the world cheered the European news, and the NYSE and Nasdaq stocks are poised to open higher.
The market's herd-like behavior is driving down growth stocks that have nothing to do with each other.
As more stocks approach 52-week highs, it gets harder to say this is a bear market.
Financials won't hold, industrials know no bottom and high-growth stocks are wilting. It's worrisome.
Consumer discretionaries have taken a big hit in the current downturn, but these particular names could rebound to become decent price movers again.