|Day Low/High||9.09 / 9.32|
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Here's the way you have to approach this market.
Some quick thoughts on Ford from my gal-pal in crime, Lenore Hawkins, who has a better pulse on the bond market than I: Ford Motor is taking a hit today after Moody's downgraded the auto maker's credit rating to junk status citing weaker than expec...
Danielle Dimartino Booth on "peak autos" The U.S. auto market is deeply bifurcated, with sedan sales, aside from Tesla , at recessionary levels while those of light trucks hover near records; super-subprime financing has extended the cycle but will ...
It's a process that involves harvesting gains by repeatedly writing call options against stocks steadily in decline.
From Adobe to Zendesk, plenty of stocks will rise or fall regardless of what the central bank does.
We can only hope that Fed Chairman Jay Powell is checking in with power companies and other industrials to see how tariffs are really decking parts of this country.
That's Better Than Feared vs. Worse Than Feared when it comes to these companies' latest reports on a big day for earnings.
Semiconductor strength and Mario Draghi's dovishness could be catalysts that help build on momentum.
Watch closely as the government opens a broad antitrust investigation into unidentified leading online technology platforms
Kimberly-Clark's performance is nothing to sneeze at, and neither is Coca-Cola's, as higher sales, higher prices and big demand from emerging markets appear to give us a return to the good old days of great senior growth stocks.
* Over the last two months the outlook for the car business has deteriorated from an already low level * I would continue to avoid all auto stocks "It's deja vu all over again." - Yogi Berra Over the last 60 days I have conducted an extensive resear...
Has all the bad news for F been discounted?
Here are some picks from my 'Goga Stocks,' so named from The Republic of Georgia's Goga Bitadze -- you'll see what I mean...
After a five-year hiatus I'm ready to start throwing whammies in several directions.
What happens when the buyers fueling the IPO fervor run out of steam?
The story of the much-vaunted electric carmaker is beginning to unravel, which makes buying the big dip in its shares a dicey proposition.
Walmart is signaling its ready to compete for convenience-focused consumers with Amazon.
There is a firm belief that something has to be done, something, and at least Trump has a plan, however flawed, it's a plan.
The rest of the automakers just don't get it -- the sharing economy is a revolution.
As we have seen so far, in terms of market reaction, there is great reward at the point of sale in beating expectations.
When you see that money pouring out of the market it is going to be looking for a home. The home will most likely want some economic sensitivity.
The U.S. economy is doing okay, but not great, and you can see that in a number of sectors.