|Day Low/High||44.45 / 46.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||42.50 / 62.29|
Here, I'll show you, with three stock examples, how to know if 'buying to close' is the right move.
Here's what you should do if a stock beats, but goes down anyway, using Knight-Swift Transportation and Heartland Express as an example.
Heartland Express is a classic low-risk, high-potential return stock and a better value that Knight-Swift Transportation.
The effects of these edicts are likely to be particularly acute in the logistical ecosystem.
When I first wrote about KNX it was under $44 -- look where it is now and what appears down the road for investors.
This is a key concept to investing, yet I still get questions about it often. Let me explain what it is and how to use it to your advantage.
Here's why the tech giant stumbled after earnings and what I see as better investments.
Knight-Swift Transportation reported outstanding first-quarter results pre-market on Wednesday -- here's how to approach it.
KNX is set to produce sustainable returns, and these options plays can make this stock even more appealing.
The groups that are winners will stay winners as long as interest rates maintain their downward trajectory.
Prices have been making a possible equilateral triangle formation.
Stocks give back the bulk of gains in the last half hour of trading in what has been a choppy start to the week.
It's hard to predict how the upcoming earnings season will go, which kicks off this week.