|Day Low/High||28.43 / 29.76|
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I'm interested in seeing how GE uses its $30 billion in deployable cash over the next couple years
A breakout over $70 gives a price target of $87.
In the coming weeks, IR could breakout up into the $65 to $70 area.
A better buying opportunity for IR is likely to present itself in the months ahead.
Just recently hitting the tape is Markit Economics' Flash September U.S. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index, which clocked in at 53.0 -- unchanged from August. What this means is that September is tied with August as a 22-month low for the inde...
After five or six days of market declines, the S&P futures are +12 this morning -- and I'm not surprised. In the heat of battle yesterday, I covered all my ETF shorts during the late morning's market schmeissing -- on a break and near the 200-day mo...
The uneven economy kept stocks grounded in the first half of 2015.
Need a reason for the stock's performance? How about earnings!
You could throw darts at financials and health care and win.
Low rates and bullish company calls mean these building-material plays look good.
I expect to see more upside as today's earnings inspired move develops.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are slightly higher this morning (S&P 500 is up by 6 handles, Nasdaq is ahead by 14 handles). European stocks are reversing yesterday's losses and are higher by about 0.80%. Nikkei (closed on Monday) is up 0...
As the stock begins to settle, a low-risk buying opportunity is developing.
Keep a close eye on what the Fed has to say on the matter.