|Day Low/High||0.22 / 0.26|
|52 Wk Low/High||0.18 / 2.90|
Surges in consumer confidence tend to coincide with market tops; I'm not optimistic about more upside from these levels.
Yet the European markets traded higher today on fresh optimism about a bailout agreement for Greece.
It's the odd, nutty action that defines the beginning of the year when themes change.
Futures point to a moderately higher open for the final trading day of the year.
U.S. stocks continue to trade according to headlines out of the eurozone -- today Italy worries are sending futures lower.
A veritable avalanche of great dividends are coming. Here's a healthy sampling of them.
Investors cheered the U.S. debt agreement that Congress will vote on today.