|Day Low/High||3.58 / 4.15|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.69 / 14.12|
Fossil receives a downgrade from Merrill Lynch Break in: Brother Bank of America/Mother Merrill Lynch downgrades Fossil (FOSL) now.
Sometimes it's worth simply saying that what was supposed to happen didn't happen.
Fossil could move 10% on its report, and Rackspace has high short interest.
Traders awaited Greek debt-related news, testimony from Bernanke and some high-profile earnings reports.
Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg shares his thoughts on Fossil's recent stock move and takes a look at the company's fundamentals.
For the shares of one highly innovative tech name, a breakout above this key level is now in play.
Some breakouts, like that of Apple lately, cannot be taken at face value -- especially if they lack volume.
EBIX broke out on Tuesday in heavy volume, which hints at institutional buying in this stock.
Despite everything they are doing right, these stocks are being walloped.
Inflation talk from Europe isn't helping, but the steel sector looks interesting.
Tuesday was only day one of a rally attempt; wait a few days to let the short covering run its course.
Consumer discretionaries have taken a big hit in the current downturn, but these particular names could rebound to become decent price movers again.
New leadership probably won't come from the usual names, and these two stocks have caught my eye.
The market is still under distribution, but rallies usually begin when things look the worst.
Retail investors are scared off. How traders react to today's action is anybody's guess.
With renewed speculation quantitative easing, investors wait for the Fed.