|Day Low/High||30.47 / 30.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||15.77 / 42.90|
It may be outdated, and some names can be ruled out, but at least one is intriguing.
Shares of QLIK Technologies are up roughly four percent in Thursday's trading session on word the company has agreed to sell itself to private equity firm Thoma Bravo.
Although markets are flat, Sarepta and Signet have been big movers.
U.S. stocks had a lazy start to the week after the three-day Easter weekend, securing a mixed close in an undecided session.
And if QLIK breaks the 2014 lows, a test of the 2012 lows is likely.
They are the future, but not right now.
Investors should stay focused on domestically-based companies like Snap-on, Centene and Qlik Technologies to get more gearing to a growing U.S. economy.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
A strong showing from U.S. health care players, as well as international customers, supported Qliktech's Q4 Street-beating results, says the company's CEO Lars Bjork.
Qlik Technologies plunged after losing money for a second quarter. CEO Lars Bjork is looking for ways to boost top line growth to push the company into the green.
Let's review. My look back at the week's daily diary highlights borrows its title from a popular 1960s BBC comedy show hosted by David Frost. On Monday, I started by discussing that it's important to consider your own time frames and risk profile/to...