|Day Low/High||34.77 / 35.70|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.52 / 37.00|
This is a good example of why you should 'never short a dull market.'
You really couldn't ask for more under one roof, but the current chart is a bit precarious.
This is one I'm interested in owning, but the current chart is a bit precarious.
Sharp intraday reversals tend to lead to more selling.
Some momentum movers are becoming extended and have seen profit-taking Monday.
The S&P 500 can afford to give back a pretty good chunk here without doing any technical damage.
Apple and Facebook are driving the market up, even as a post-crash cloud looms over Boeing.
NVIDIA, NXP Semi and Applied Materials could all continue their big runs this year.
These names show the downward pull can be beaten with the right set of circumstances, and it happens more often than you might think.
Jim Cramer thinks the deal between Enbridge and Spectra is great for both companies.
Stocks were mixed after a measure on U.S. services activity last month declined more than expected.
The two energy infrastructure companies are set to create an industry player of 'unmatched scale.'
Shares of Sunoco Logistics are up 7% thus far in 2016 after plummeting 34% last year.
This change is having major implications for the stock market.
Pay close attention to Spectra Energy, as prices have shown some good improvement the past three months.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says Palo Alto Networks is the best way to play the security market.
Some stocks are as safe as Treasuries, with vastly better yield.
These names are unlikely to be this low next year at this time.
Policymakers may pay generators to hold on to nuclear and upgrade coal.
Despite geopolitical troubles, North America is essentially energy independent.
Pipeline operators have lagged the upward move, but probably not for long.
Interstate pipelines supply nearly every metropolitan area with fuel and power.
Andrew Keene of KeeneOnTheMarket.com explains how he uses this strategy to trade an up, down or sideways market.
'Mad Money' -- always watch it! I watch "Mad Money" every night -- if I am out, I go back in the early-morning hours to CNBC.com and review the video segments -- not because Jim "El Capitan" Cramer founded TheStreet but because Jim does his homework...