|Day Low/High||70.80 / 72.77|
|52 Wk Low/High||29.35 / 85.53|
The Nasdaq leads losses on Wall Street as tech resumes a selloff that hit the sector mid-June.
Both of these names are primed to go higher.
Those relying on mark-ups on booze to make their margins risk going out of business.
Market has taken a turn for the better since our last update. All major indices are now in the green and oil has cut its loss today in half as well. Despite the recent fall in oil prices and some decent earnings report from the sector, airline stock...
Food delivery service GrubHub is a 'Favorite Trump Trade' at Credit Suisse.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
With Netflix, Domino's, apps and lots of other options, why leave the house?
GrubHub was initiated with a BUY rating by analysts at Argus.
The big issue is if the market can build on Friday's jobs good news.
Slow economic growth in Europe is making U.S. technology firms more attractive as takeout plays.
U.S. stocks clawed back from session lows to settle with only modest losses.
The focus on Tuesday turned toward the global economy and the picture wasn't a pretty one.
The company is set to report tomorrow and the market is expecting a pretty bold move.
"When are you gonna come down? When are you going to land? I should have stayed on the farm. I should have listened to my old man." -- Elton John, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road The TFANGs' bubble officially burst on Friday -- and "kaboom," thy name is L...
U.S. stocks ended only slightly higher after losses in the health care and consumer goods sectors kneecapped any upward momentum on Thursday.
You need to steel yourself and your portfolio so you can tough it out whatever the Fed does on interest rates.
My thoughts on the day to this point: A down day, thus far. S&P near the day's low. SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) at $206, or about 30 cents above the day's low. Fairly bad breadth on the NYSE. Qs (Nasdaq) are creaming Ss (S&P) who are creaming Rs (Russell...