|Day Low/High||22.03 / 23.94|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.77 / 35.10|
Lumber Liquidators recorded earnings of 49 cents a share, 13 cents less than expected, and revenue 6% below analysts' estimates. The housing sector is showing similar weakness.
My own research predicts at least a modest pick-up in prices over the next few months.
You'll need to be more discerning these days, so here's what to look for.
Zebra Technologies, SunEdison and Lumber Liquidators are on the radar.
It's none other than GE -- and I believe the recent downgrade is wrong.
Home Depot, Dick's and Best Buy should all be bought on any pullbacks.
Lumber Liquidators and Tractor Supply serve as prime examples of exactly what the retail growth investor wants.
Given these developments out of China and Europe, stocks may indeed have gotten ahead of themselves.
As these charts show, it's dangerous to stay in cash right now.
Lots of data show that passive investing is a more sensible approach.
Homebuyers will adjust their expectations or leave the market entirely.
Amateur investors, like amateur cooks, need a professional approach.
Have a look at these companies, which stand to be at the helm of Oklahoma rebuilding efforts.
Slow-and-steady is the way to attaining financial security.
It's important to realize that not all assets are designed to achieve the same objectives.
The predominant clues from numbers and earnings calls support the bearish view I hold on the market.
Lumber Liquidators could run for another year as the housing market returns to normal.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some earnings reports for the week of Feb. 18
George Tkaczuk talks about the current state of the equity markets and discusses two stocks that are on the verge of breaking out into new highs after a few months of consolidation: Michael Kors (KORS) and Lumber Liquidators (LL).