|Day Low/High||13.65 / 14.56|
|52 Wk Low/High||7.70 / 18.02|
Wall Street appears to be gaining confidence in the Western Digital-SanDisk merger as the haze surrounding its debt financing clears.
This outlook represents the greatest threat to National Oilwell's payout.
Jones Trading has some interesting comments on yesterday's oil-price move: "Market WTI Crude (Mar) +0.2% to $32.37 and Brent (Apr) -0.9% to $34.72 after yesterday's sharp rally, which was largely attributed to a selloff in the U.S. dollar. Closure o...
Some energy names were unable Wednesday to hop aboard a surge in oil prices.
But investors should continue to monitor future cash flow.
But it isn't easy to invest when pessimism is high.
Buffett isn't the only one who can benefit from 'forever' investing.
The momentum readings on the stock have been making higher lows since last October, telling us that each decline in the price has been slower than the previous decline.
It is possible that the worst has already happened.
SEC filings show Warren Buffett and other key players are cautious.
Many firms have cut dividends, but these stocks' payouts look solid.
National Oilwell Varco and IDT are two good companies to include.
There is a strong possibility that a major low is in place.
There are keepers, would-be keepers and some I can live without.