|Day Low/High||28.29 / 28.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||14.04 / 28.55|
Shares of the heavy-machinery manufacturer were down afterlower-than-expected quarterly results.
The division, partisanship and animus in Washington, D.C., will likely result in more volatility and two-way action in the months leading up to the election. I am considering buying VIX calls. Beware of CEOs bearing gifts because they often lie lik...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's record-breaking seven-day streak came to a quiet end on Thursday as a mix of earnings came in weaker than expected.
Southwest Airlines falls after a computer glitch causes the company to cancel hundreds of flights.
Here is this week's Subscriber Comment of the Week from my pal sub Alan "Spillover" Burge: Alan burge • 4 hours ago I own a bit of , Joy Global, but am not feeling very Joyous today even with the buyout offer from Komatzu. I would also partially dis...
Shares of Joy Global shares are now up roughly 120 percent so far this year.
Now that Joy Global is being acquired, here are 4 other names with similar attributes.
General Motors crushed Wall Street earnings estimates before the opening bell.
The charts don't lie; they have been showing accumulation in JOY for weeks.
Joy Global (JOY) is under pressure today, down some 4% at last check (but well off of the day's lows). Here are some of the mining-equipment firm's more-important comments from the Citi Industrials Conference: A lot of coal customers are in reorgani...
Chart gazing. The disappointing jobs report could be a precursor to stagflation and a garden-variety recession in late 2016/early 2017. I sold my SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) puts near the intraday low as time was running out (expiration in two weeks) ...
I mused. I fantasized. I shorted more. I questioned. Late-day buying "stampede" on cue -- market closed at highs. The U.S. dollar strengthened. The price of crude oil rose by a couple of pennies. Gold fell by $1.30 to $1,213 -- still looking wea...
U.S. stocks pared losses, though remained in the red as crude oil continued to pressure Wall Street on Thursday.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for Thursday June 2, we have three major companies showing investors how they performed in the latest quarter.
Looking over the current trend, I'm not sure the past optimism still sits with the stock.
JOY sets the tone for some cyclicals this week.
In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 30, markets will be closed on Monday for Memorial Day.
The stock has had a run-up of more than 20% from its January lows.
On the downside, a break below $15 would make the chart look weak again.