|Day Low/High||18.20 / 19.75|
|52 Wk Low/High||14.51 / 27.50|
Misplaced confidence, IPO mania and historically high valuations mean it's increasingly important for investors to recognize potential negatives on the investment horizon.
A dividend spec play on L Brands, while watching nonfarm payroll and news on Alphabet's plans in China.
Tech is still the equity market's leading sector over three months -- and over most timeframes going back years.
This action may actually help to create some entry points.
Lucky day? Try these 4 names as banks kick off earnings season in earnest.
The trade war worries that weighed on the market yesterday were totally forgotten today.
Some of the major banks report in the morning and it will be interesting to see how they address this issue.
If you are taking some gains don't expect much downside before remounts develop.
I like small oil stocks, and I'm watching recent high-flying Chinese names like iQIYI.
All the perceived bogeymen on equities have been just as misleading as Fred Sanford clutching his chest.
Real Money contributor Jim Collins hits the road in search of the best investment opportunities.
Market players are obviously concerned about more selling and are waiting to see how well things hold up.
Action like yesterday helps to create new opportunities.
We'll see how things develop but today may simply be a healthy bout of profit taking after a good run.
There are likely to be some good opportunities developing as this profit taking accelerates.
I am looking to buy strong stocks on pullbacks in this sort of action.
Chasing high-flying stocks can be nerve racking unless you follow these guidelines.
Until that action dies it is difficult to be too bearish.
The first big question this morning is whether the trade war issue can gain some traction or whether the dip buyers get to work.
Traders are buying them just because the stocks are up, but that can quickly reverse.
We have some softness in the early going, but for now I will maintain a bullish bias and focus on individual stock picking.
Big cap names traded flat, but tech and momentum plays saw gains.
All of these companies would be losers from a trade war focused on intellectual property.
There was a brief bout of volatility on the Fed news yesterday but it seems to have been forgotten already.
Market responds to G-7 fracas with second and third level thinking, rather than knee-jerk sell off.
Stocks are showing resilience in the face of supplier order cuts from Apple and the trade fight at the G7.