Callaway Golf Co. (ELY)

NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 15.02
Day Low/High 14.76 / 15.38
52 Wk Low/High 14.44 / 24.67
Avg Volume 1.17M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 94.05M
Market Cap 1.47B
EPS 1.10
P/E Ratio 16.15
Div & Yield 0.04 (0.26%)

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Bullish and Bearish Reversals in the Market

Bullish and Bearish Reversals in the Market

Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.

Nike Falters on the Back Nine, Will Cease Producing Golf Equipment

Nike Falters on the Back Nine, Will Cease Producing Golf Equipment

It will continue to make golf apparel, but will stop producing balls and clubs amid declining revenue from its golf division.

Sharapova Mess Shows That Nike Must Change

Shoe giant should reveal details of pro athletes' endorsement deals.

Par 3 for Mickelson Stock Picks

After his recent investment problems, the pro golfer should stick with what he knows.

Does Callaway Finally Make the Cut or Remain on the Senior Tour?

The golf company recently put up its best bottom-line in years. 

Just Don't Do Nike, Yet

Four pain points suggest now is not the time to buy on weakness.

Callaway Golf Could Go Up 'Uge if Donald Trump Becomes President

The Donald's love of golf (and other factors) have the golf equipment maker teed up for a resurgence.

Callaway Golf Is No 'Hole in One' to Me

ELY looks good technically, but fundamentals tell a different story.

Callaway Golf Is Teed Up to Climb the Leaderboard

The chart also shows an upside price target of $15.50. 

Don't Waste My Money

Three serious wasters of shareholder money.

Small-Cap Surprises

Small-Cap Surprises

The trend in earnings surprises is surprisingly positive, especially given today's stock market action.

Corner of Wall & Main: Housing Revival?

We're split on the outlook for this sector of the economy.

Callaway Golf Shares in the Rough

Callaway Golf Shares in the Rough

Look out for long-term overbought signals.

The Daily Dose: Hangin' by a Rope

Stocks were kicked in the face pre- and post-Fed decision, so raise more cash now. 

Keep Screening for the Long Shots

Watch for smaller stocks with good revenue and earnings potential.

Mickelson Does The Math

Mickelson Does The Math

Pro Golfer Phil Mickelson explains how math and science helped him play his best golf ever.

Biotech's Next Big Thing: Merck

Biotech's Next Big Thing: Merck

Alzheimer drugs with a focus on Merck will be on investors minds in the coming week, says Adam Feuerstein, Sr. Columnist at TheStreet.

Looking Risky to Tee Up Here

Despite the recent insider buying at Callaway Golf, this seems like a bad time to start a position.

Adding a New Screen

Searching for names that are undervalued on an asset basis but expected to turn around in the near term is actually something I have been doing all along.

Ryder Cup Captain: Golf Better Now Than Four Years Ago

Ryder Cup Captain: Golf Better Now Than Four Years Ago

Europe's economy is worse than its golf game, having won four of the last five Ryder Cups. Captain Davis Love III says this will be the best Ryder ever.

Rice, Moore Swing Into Augusta

Rice, Moore Swing Into Augusta

Doreen Mogavero of Mogavero Lee, the NYSE's only female owned and managed firm, believes that women's spending and voting power is becoming more recognized.

An Update for Cheapskates

It's been almost a year and a half since the creation of JIMS CRAB FEST. Let's check in.

Don't Miss The Tiger Effect!

Don't Miss The Tiger Effect!

Brian Sozzi, Chief Equities Analyst at NBG Productions, discusses how to invest around the Masters tournament.

Use Your Eyes

Poring over the balance sheet is a must, but a personal investigation of the company can go a long way toward validating your investment -- or not.

Identifying Acquisition Targets

As takeover activity seems to be picking up, here are three names that could make attractive deals.

Kicking Around Dick's Sporting Goods

I am considering a 'buy on weakness' strategy following the retailer's earnings release.

Diversify Your Investment Options

Selling options to generate returns and as a way of backing into undervalued stocks can be a valuable tool.