|Day Low/High||46.54 / 47.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||33.30 / 74.29|
Alix Steel and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks on Tuesday's news.
On the first day of trading for 2012, overseas rallies are boosting Wall Street futures.
Futures on Wall Street were mixed ahead of the eurozone summit and the U.S. weekly jobless claims data.
The jobs report will be crucial in the short term for the market to get back to last week's highs.
With the stock cooling off, watch this level in particular.
The headlines are negative again, so stocks are moving in tandem to the downside.
Consider this strategy to help protect your portfolio as what could be a very treacherous earnings season approaches.
Measure the action in the next couple of days to see if this afternoon's rally has any validity.
The trouble is the falloff in foreign demand for China's products.
We are dipping steadily lower so far this morning and I don't see any reason to fight it.
Most market-leading stocks had gotten extended from their tight buy pivot points.
Melco seems to be calling the shots -- if it breaks lower, consider a downside play in Las Vegas Sands.
Although its casino operators are on winning streaks, stocks with exposure to Macau suffered steep declines in August.
The market is hard to buy right now, and it's a good time to take some profits.
This type of action tends to peak on the day before the last trading day of the month and that certainly seemed to be the case today.
In this crazy market, vice -- or, more specifically, alcohol -- is one of the few things working, and this firm is a solid way in.