|Day Low/High||178.79 / 184.80|
|52 Wk Low/High||138.65 / 211.46|
The sentiment is just too bullish. But take a look at these charts.
Let's talk about transports -- a sector that's likely to land on some radar screens soon.
That's the takeaway from the Alcoa call, which gave us its most bullish worldview since the Great Recession ended.
Shares of Baxter International have underperformed the rest of the healthcare sector, but the medical device maker is the perfect contrarian play due to its repeatable revenue model and impressive dividend.
Judging by what we've seen so far this year, if you want to be successful you'll need to surf the riptide.
TheStreet's Senior Stock Analyst Nicole Urken breaks down earnings reports from IBM, Coach, and Nuance Communications.
How much of the surge owed to things not going as badly as anticipated?
We've added Exxon Mobil to our watch list, as a break above this key level could lead to higher prices.
We add Apple to our long watch-list, it's been building to digest the big move since September.
Yahoo! could be a good break out candidate after surging into the upper-end of its recent range.
Facebook bounced in the morning but was rejected on a test the neck line of the head and shoulders pattern.
We add Potash to our long watch list as the stock has potential to catch some attention at this level.
All the while, the pipeline remains an unrequited opportunity.
These four names seem poised to break out of their horizontal consolidation patterns.
Staying in rock-solid names will help you avoid costly, reactive trading.
These 17 things may or may not make you a couple of dollars.