|Day Low/High||96.17 / 97.39|
|52 Wk Low/High||63.16 / 105.99|
Jittery investors have dumped the shares. Their loss is your gain.
Corporate activism should continue to be a positive for stock prices.
Banks and industrials are deal-less sectors in a deal-filled world, and that is what's making them suffer.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are falling after yesterday's rip. (S&P futures are down by 4 handles, and Nasdaq futures are 8 handles lower.) European stocks are higher (by approximately 0.40%). Nikkei is down by 1.00%, a continuation of...
Each of these 'real' American firms is now a buyout candidate because of the ridiculous U.S. tax code.
Of these industrials, we believe Eaton has the more compelling case.
If Street targets are cut, the S&P P/E ratio could rise past 15x.
It's been rough for the retailers this year, but TJX management has the ability to reward shareholders even in this difficult environment, says Robert McIver, Portfolio Manager for the Jensen Quality Value Fund.
Darden Restaurants reports quarterly results before the bell Thursday. Nike and Carnival Cruise Lines are also set to report. TheStreet's Jim Cramer makes a taper play.
Best Buy and Home Depot report numbers and we've got Campbell's earnings to start your day. Plus, Jim Cramer is charged up about a play on rebounding China.
The EU recovery has put heavily exposed U.S. techs and industrials in an enviable position.
MDR is bought to trade, not as a conservative buy-and-hold play.
In an erratic market, a combination trade in a conservative stock makes sense.