|Day Low/High||249.53 / 256.46|
|52 Wk Low/High||112.62 / 258.17|
For all of the hand wringing over the weekend regarding the various deadlines covering trade, shutdowns, and the U.K., this was not the most exciting session we've seen. And that's probably a good thing. One thing we did see was that late surge that...
Next week we'll be at the tail end of earnings season. It's been a blast, at least until this past week when we got some iffy news about trade.
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Traders who are long Norfolk Southern could raise sell stop protection to $160 now.
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Shares of the railroad operator are trading above recent highs with major indicators signalling more gains ahead.
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The Transports story is really a 'Tale of 2 Modes': the railroads and the airlines.
Without that natural base of short coverers, you get no bounce.
Boeing and Norfolk Southern's tour de force calls were in stark contrast to Tuesday's disasters.
There is likely more headline risk to our front than to our rear.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
We have seen this pattern many times in the last few months, and it is a surreal pattern for traders.
These stocks remain among the best places to be.
Of course there is weakness. But so far, this has been an opportunity every time.
New highs, new divergences and new stops for NSC shares.
Thanksgiving week frequently sees buyers pay up and sellers walk away.
What was dangerous is now safe, what was safe is now risky.
Norfolk Southern NSC shares moved lower Wednesday, even though the rail company reported upbeat earnings.