|Day Low/High||75.89 / 79.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||48.30 / 112.50|
I know that's probably a death wish, but here's the conservative approach I'm taking.
The biggest loser portfolio continues to be the all-star performer.
Scott Redler, the Chief Strategic Officer for T3Live.com, and John Darsie, the Editor-in-Chief of T3Live.com, talk about the weakening Euro, take an in-depth look at 3-D printing companies, and walk through the charts of many stocks on their must-watch list.
The newly public company has an interesting business model, but it probably won't shine for a while.
It's become so over-owned that it has infected all its possible hosts. There is just no room to grow.
Longs may be holding on to their positions until January in order to take a bigger tax loss.
Scott Redler of T3Live review the day's market action and sets up your trading plan for the next session.
Be certain that you understand the time frame behind your trade thesis. By Tim Collins Some things are worth repeating. If you didn't read Bob Byrne's commentary regarding generational buys (or sells) yesterday, then make certain you read it before ...
Marc Sperling of T3Live review the day's market action and sets up your trading plan for the next session.
Now that the selling has started to kick in for Apple, it is spreading to the broader market.
Stick with stocks that are showing relative strength and consider using the SPY as a hedge after strong rallies.
Nonetheless, this is a market in free fall -- and post-election moves tend to gain momentum.
Traders should be able to find opportunities on both sides of these beaten-down stocks.
A look at the different sectors that will be affected by a reelection.