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In a better market environment, we would anticipate an upside breakout soon.
It will be a busy day for traders watching the U.S. retail sector with Urban Outfitters, Dick's, American Eaglereporting earnings. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
Popcorn Indiana is the largest independent popcorn brand that's making waves against big brand competitors. TheStreet's Laurie Kulikowski gets an exclusive tour of the fast-growing company's facility.
Stocks remain mixed as traders mull their next moves in the wake of the Dow and S&P's record setting runs.
Snacks and drinks are essentials for watching football, but not all are attractive for medium- or long-term portfolios.
I'm a big fan of filling a basket of investments with cigar-butt stocks.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
A central bank governor's optimism about Europe's debt problems boosted global indices and U.S. futures.
Before we can take action in Ross Stores, we must wait for this volatility squeeze to resolve itself.
Exec shuffles can make stocks cheaper, but be sure new management is making headway.
In addition, a final deal in the ongoing Greek drama was still nowhere in sight.
Ed Ponsi filling in on a busy trading day. There is no such thing as a substitute for Doug Kass, who is on the road today. Like a junior trader left in charge of the desk, your humble contributor can only hope to fill in as adequately as possible. T...
Be prepared during earnings season and know when your stocks are scheduled to report.
Potential leaders are out there, but volume levels are less than desirable.
Wall Street appeared set for a lower open Friday, as news from Europe continues to drive market direction.
On the busiest day of the week for U.S. economic data, the major indices are attempting to build on Wednesday's gains.
If the major average cooperate by not collapsing, Diamond Foods and Cerner are set up nicely for upside.
When the current decline is over, use this list of 52-week highs as your shopping list.