|Day Low/High||10.99 / 11.37|
|52 Wk Low/High||1.33 / 13.45|
The issue now is whether stocks and indices can find support before giving back too much of yesterday's gains.
The action so far looks to be driven more by fear of being left out than euphoric chasing.
Small, aggressive traders are doing so well with the chasing that they are likely to continue for a while.
There is still strong interest in stock picking which is the most positive thing about this market.
The old saying about not fighting momentum is in play.
There are plenty of opportunities out there, but you have to be quick.
There has been some talk that GOGO could be a target of private equity.
Given the surge in interest in electric vehicles, demand for lithium produced in the U.S. will be substantial.
GOGO is a stock that carries a huge short interest, so a squeeze remains in play.
What's most notable today are the pockets of strong speculative action.
Let's take a look at Travelzoo, Gogo, and Trip Advisor, and see which one I favor, and why.
As we sit and wait for this afternoon's earnings reports to come in, here are the ones that are on deck before tomorrow's market open as well as their consensus EPS expectations: Buckle : $0.87 Gogo : -$0.56 Jabil : $0.67 JionkSolar Holding : $1.45...
Each of these names is showing technical bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
When stocks move with unusual volume, it can signal insider buying and selling.
Energy, financial and technology stocks dominate names showing potential for higher prices.
Gogo shares are volatile after American Airlines deal.
David Rosen, Nick Danaher and Genevieve Kahr kick off the 2106 Sohn Investment Conference.
Jim Cramer said Fitbit is now in the penalty box after it issued weak guidance with its earnings report.
Shareholders should take a page from American's book and consider hopping onboard with ViaSat; after all, its not clear whether Gogo will have a reliable parachute if it gets booted.
On analyst comments. Gogo (GOGO) shares are ticking higher following analyst comments that AT&T (T) will not enter into the in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity market
Remember that prices are dictated by nothing more than traders' actions -- by human decision-making.