|Day Low/High||331.68 / 336.80|
|52 Wk Low/High||199.99 / 367.25|
Though it goes against my global bent, I'm realizing the U.S. is the place to be.
I am favoring long market-equity puts and long inverse-volatility ETFs through early 2012.
Economists expect rates to remain unchanged, but many will be listening for projections about bonds and inflation.
Investors can generate a significant income stream through the sale of covered calls.
A lack of bona fide prospects on my screens tells me this market needs a little more time.
I've been active in this name for the past few days -- here's what I'm seeing now.
As the continent faces a financial crisis similar to the one the U.S. had in 2008, investors may want to look to that year's winners.
These stocks have been making big moves -- up and down -- despite the market whipsaws caused by Europe.
The Fed chief is set to deliver his comments about the economic outlook this afternoon.
About 100 years of data are showing market patterns that point to more upside for 2011.
A slew of blue-chips and other closely watched names are scheduled to report today.
The billionaire investor is optimistic about the economy, which flies in the face of most forecasts.
Most sectors feel selling pressure, though the last hour brought what could have been some window-dressing.
Use them to identify valuable signals that can help mitigate risk and preserve capital.
We could see a window-dressing bounce in the market since Friday marks the end of the third quarter.
Most market-leading stocks had gotten extended from their tight buy pivot points.
Wall Street appeared set for a lower open Friday, as news from Europe continues to drive market direction.
Aggressive traders could sell short after a daily close below the zone of support provided by the 50-day average and the wedge uptrend line.