|Day Low/High||19.65 / 20.25|
|52 Wk Low/High||18.05 / 40.20|
Star quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots may keep paying up for the ‘Deflategate’ scandal for the next several years.
I don't see a major negative fundamental event the rest of the year.
Ahead of its earnings report, consider these combination option plays..
Bling is back. Jewelry retailers Tiffany and Movado both delivered strong quarters with Signet (Kay Jewelers) set to report on Thursday.
A slew of numbers this week will clue us in to the state of the American consumer.
More earnings from the nation's retailers are on tap next week, starting with Tiffany on Tuesday. TheStreet's Brittany Umar details what lies ahead.
This market is easily rattled by any news out of Washington, so stay safe.
I'm considering a straddle, rather than trying to predict direction.
I'm making trades in Movado and Sanderson Farms but passing on Cyberonics and PVH.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and key earnings scheduled for the coming week.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports scheduled for the week of May 28.
There is no value in churning out ideas that have been oversold since the second week of April.
If the watch and accessories maker posts good numbers, Movado could see some momentum.
It's been almost a year and a half since the creation of JIMS CRAB FEST. Let's check in.
Despite potential clouds on the horizon, I see signs of life in smaller discretionary names.
When searching for stocks that trade below net current asset value, beware of value traps.
My JIMS CRAB FEST portfolio disappointed in its first year, but there's room for improvement in 2012.
These two names are looking solid despite U.S. economic prospects, which don't seem to have improved all that much.
Rather than get caught up in the day-to-day swings, I prefer to step back and look for inefficiencies brought about by a lockstep market.
Movado posts a blowout quarter, and Wendy's appears to be getting back on track.