|Day Low/High||212.71 / 215.82|
|52 Wk Low/High||125.00 / 224.81|
As the continent faces a financial crisis similar to the one the U.S. had in 2008, investors may want to look to that year's winners.
Discount stores have been a bright spot for retail this year.
Discount stores may see a boost from a cash-strapped consumer, but the charts of Amazon and Saks show trouble ahead.
As more stocks approach 52-week highs, it gets harder to say this is a bear market.
The billionaire investor is optimistic about the economy, which flies in the face of most forecasts.
A far-reaching growth plan isn't what the stock needs right now.
When the current decline is over, use this list of 52-week highs as your shopping list.
Three high-quality names flexed their muscle and scored big percentage gains in higher volume yesterday.
Futures appear headed lower as traders await the minutes from the FOMC's most recent meeting, which are due out later today.
Dollar stores are aggressively courting customers on food assistance, and you'll never guess who is profiting.
As the lone analyst on Wall Street carrying a Sell rating on the stock, I offer the reasons why I advise avoiding shares of this retailer.