|Day Low/High||67.76 / 69.82|
|52 Wk Low/High||59.82 / 128.29|
I've been caught up in the hype around this company's earnings too many times.
At current valuation is the market honestly thinking about downside margin risk?
Mild winter weather has affected many companies' sales and may be distorting the market view.
I sometimes like to chart stocks as a measuring stick and to review my thought process later.
Investors shrug off some poor reports and bid up stocks across all sectors.
Momentum from Tuesday's heavy-volume rally in the major indices seems to have stalled.
It's re-testing a zone that could provIide footing for a recovery rally.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
As far as we can tell, this holiday season is strong, and the group's fundamentals remain positive.
Hanesbrands should continue sharply benefiting, and the shares are currently at a nice price point.
This is such a time-honored pattern that I am surprised there isn't a short-busters triple ETF by now.
While the oversold window remains open -- and it does -- the market should be given a chance to improve.
These stocks are trading in lockstep -- so when Salesforce stumbles, all fall down.
The stock could be in for some big trouble after posting soft margins this morning.
I'm regrouping after pop-and-fizzle action in Ralph Lauren, Weight Watchers and SodaStream.
European stocks were down sharply Wednesday morning, causing Wall Street futures to point to a significantly lower open.
I'm looking at WTW, RL, SODA and ROVI for possible moves after announcing.
These stocks have been making big moves -- up and down -- despite the market whipsaws caused by Europe.
We'd be higher if it weren't for the gloom that's hanging over everything thanks to the missteps over there.