|Day Low/High||318.81 / 324.79|
|52 Wk Low/High||200.61 / 346.60|
Despite great fundamentals, GWW is down 20.7% since September 2013.
Their sales serve as a guidepost for near-term demand and price movements for industrial goods.
Several stalwarts of the U.S. economy are signaling that the rally isn't a work of fiction.
A biblical phrase encapsulates stock behaviors that happen with regularity.
If we are witnessing a longer-term top formation, then the next move could be a decline to the next support zone around $175, or the lows of 2012.
General Electric (GE) said in its earning release this morning that the U.S. market is getting a little better every day, while Europe is appreciably better and China is still fairly good. The company also says growth markets are differentiated, wit...
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are higher this morning (S&P up 6 handles, Nasdaq up 18 handles). European stocks are climbing, too (by about 0.8%). Nikkei is up 0.88%. Within the Nikkei, all major sub-groups finished in the green. Telecom...
They're not Google, but these reports tend to be far more useful.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. S&P futures are down 6 Nasdaq futures are down 13 Japan is down small (oil and gas, consumer services, and industrials all saw gains while telecoms and bas...
Washington hasn't fundamentally addressed any of these issues.
Let's take a peek at the price action of the major asset classes overnight and this morning. Talkin' to myself and feeling old. Sometimes I'd like to quit; Nothing ever seems to fit; Hangin' around, nothing to do but frown; Rainy days and Mondays al...
Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. Exit light Enter night Take my hand We're off to never never land. -- Metallica, "Enter Sandman" Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action ...
A market doesn't gap 200 points lower in one session for no reason.
The aerospace stock looks fairly valued, but the CEO expects it to gain altitude.
It seems the rally hasn't yet won over the average Joe -- which suggests it may have further to go.
Given some of these concerning messages, now might be a good idea to reevaluate your portfolio.