|Day Low/High||50.51 / 51.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||39.30 / 57.88|
Reynolds shares fall to the bottom of the market Wednesday, as expectations mount that the FDA may become an active watchdog over e-cigarettes.
Analysts at Wells Fargo Securities seem particularly bullish on 3 stocks in Real Money's 'Vice Squad' watch list.
So-called "vice stocks" have been performing well over the past year, and many on Wall Street expect more gains.
The New York-based alcoholic-beverage producer delighted investors Wednesday on talks of staging an IPO of its Canadian businesses.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says he's not a smoker, but shares of Altria Group are on fire.
From a short-term trading perspective, we would remain positive on the cigarette maker, risking a close below $60.
Taking lessons from last July we now have two ways to play this one.
Reynolds American and Altria are setting up well for rallies back to their respective 2015 highs.
The stock currently has a yield over 4.5%, while trading less than 10% down from its 52-week high.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says bank shares will move higher following a fed rate hike, Target is a name to own and wait to add shares of Boeing until they dip.
In addition to a healthy ability to pay its dividend, Altria demonstrates healthy operational metrics.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says based on valuation, investors should buy Allergan (AGN) over Pfizer (PFE) because the two are moving closer to an acquisition.
For Thursday October 29, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Time Warner Cable (TWC), Starbucks (SBUX), LinkedIn (LNKD), Mastercard (MA) and more.
The biggest beer deal may have just been brewed.
In the charts, we can see a breakout to a new all-time high and the potential for 35% upside.
The way to take advantage of the merger is to buy a smaller rival.
If you agree that domestic growth is strong and implied volatility is excessive in some names, this may be a good time to consider selling puts the stocks of companies with a U.S. focus and positive year-over-year revenue growth.
Bed Bath & Beyond’s (BBBY) margins are being squeezed due to increased spending on omnichannel initiatives.
In a volatile environment, these long-time raisers can deliver consistent returns with less relative risk.
Utility, financial and energy names led the way lower on the session.
Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' stock questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.