|Day Low/High||43.58 / 46.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||40.44 / 60.52|
Teddy Weisberg of Seaport Security tells investors to quit focusing on the debates and pay attention to company earnings for effects from the European financial crisis.
Teddy Weisberg of Seaport Securities thinks the market maybe pricing in a Romney win. It keeps shrugging off bad news like FedEx.
These three companies are helping to rev up the Motor City economy and Michigan in general.
Given the earnings reports and data releases, we're using market strength to lighten some positions.
These 10 disturbing signs signal that investors should unload into upticks like these.
The wrong stocks are leading, and without dramatic action from Europe, I don't expect this move to last.
Jim Cramer would choose DuPont over Dow Chemical. Dow has itself to blame.
Charles Lemonides, portfolio manager at ValueWorks, names his favorite stocks including Xerox, Nokia and Dow Chemical.
Pacific Coast OilTrust and PetroLogistics both promises big payouts but IPO Desktop President Fancis Gaskins says avoid them.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Alcoa, PPG Industries and GNC Holdings
The increase in domestic natural gas usage in the industrial sector could revitalize the U.S. economy.
Facebook finally filed for its hotly anticipated IPO of five billion dollars today after the closing bell.
The windfall from the low level in natural gas prices will have a positive effect on related users.
This rally is based on stronger retail sales and Europe being goaded into printing money and issuing euro bonds.