|Day Low/High||190.75 / 193.14|
|52 Wk Low/High||138.65 / 211.46|
At risk of pullback, Norfolk Southern is particularly suspect amid weakness of peers.
The market is breaking free of much of what's been holding it back.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
Should you get on board with railroad stocks? Here's what Jim Cramer thinks.
The real story is the fact that they moved as much as they did.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
Lately, signals for this railroad's stock have been more red than green.
Defense is fantastic, housing is so-so, timber's weaker. Who can understand this stuff?
Apple shares have dropped six percent so far in 2016 as the crowd of skeptics surrounding the once-unstoppable stock has grown larger.
For patient bulls, a bit more downside from current levels will produce a low-risk entry opportunity.
Canadian Pacific Railway dropped its bid to hook up with Norfolk Southern last month, but that does not mean Norfolk's shares are unattractive.
Shares of Facebook are up over 13 percent this year and Ideal Asset Management expects them to continue to climb higher.
Activist investors have been effective in blocking some big mega deals from getting done, and that has meant some pretty big paydays.
Norfolk Southern is turning a negative into a positive.
I would look for NSC to retest the $75 to $70 area, or even retest the $65 low.
An earlier Wall Street rally faded even as crude oil spiked in Monday's trading session.
Jim Cramer says the antitrust environment out there will make it difficult for any railroad mergers to be approved by regulators.