|Day Low/High||12.76 / 13.13|
|52 Wk Low/High||6.50 / 25.70|
This portfolio is built for tough times, and it's beating the S&P 500 by a comfortable margin so far in 2012.
Following the DJIA's intraday rise to 13,000 on Tuesday, the major indices' technical levels are in the spotlight.
Capitalize the sector's strength by supplementing your portfolio with these three diverse food stocks.
Scott Redler of T3Live review the day's market action and sets up your trading plan for the next session.
This is a stock pickers market and a good time to detect relative strength and weakness plays.
Low price isn't enough. Remember, the main creator of investment value is growth.
The bullish tone of Tuesday's trade was not carrying over into Wednesday, as futures pointed to a lower open.
Use a stop-win strategy, which allows investors to buy a stock as it is going up.
My plan is to shift from investing in stocks that act like bonds and back to stocks that trade like stocks.
Even the worst-case scenario in this Mosaic play wouldn't be a bad proposition.
Any paper currency is inherently dangerous right now -- look to commodity producers instead.
Right now, everything is just noise until Greece actually defaults.
The longer-term, technical configurations of most agriculture issues remain negative.
After fading earlier this morning on more eurozone concerns, NYSE and Nasdaq futures moved into positive territory.
The VIX popped in the overnight and pre-market sessions, though it didn't bring the big 'swoosh.'
When you have the luxury and gunpowder to purchase when others are selling, good things happen.
It has generally paid to buy stocks at the bottom of the S&P 500's trading range, and that's where the index is right now.