|Day Low/High||13.34 / 13.92|
|52 Wk Low/High||12.53 / 32.73|
I have been holding some of these names for so long, I think they are beginning to rust.
Here's where I would put new money in a market that has structural problems.
The right ones can give you a return of multiples on your capital.
Not much has changed, so stay in safe and cheap shares like these.
These high-potential names are down for the year but could pay off big.
Some out-of-favor sectors include stocks that are trading at deep discounts.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management offer an alternative to the $24.4 billion buyout deal led by Michael Dell.
The Yen continues to hit new lows as Japanese keep buying foreign bonds. Priceline and ArcelorMittal are both selling in pre-market trading.
Gold and silver miners are getting close to maximum pessimism, and I have already started on the materials space.
The risk levels look pretty high, so I'd get out of any overvalued and over-owned names here.
The world's cheapest yielded massive returns over the past two years, so let's try this approach again today.
When it comes to book-value growth, these names hold their own -- while trading for a below-book price.
Here is a speculative stock that could pay off big -- if current ultralow expectations are only slightly exceeded.
These 10 disturbing signs signal that investors should unload into upticks like these.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, turns sour ball on Alcoa.
This is not a 'risk-off' market. It's an environment in which cheap is not cheap enough.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, tells Alcoa traders to wait on an impetus.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, furrows a brow at Aloca in China.