Snap-On Inc. (SNA)

147.01
2.44 1.63
NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 149.45
Open 147.37
Day Low/High 146.50 / 151.51
52 Wk Low/High 143.12 / 174.00
Volume 713.47K
Avg Volume 375.40K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 54.66M
Market Cap 8.40B
EPS 12.60
P/E Ratio 12.38
Div & Yield 4.32 (2.47%)
Cramer Likes Beer and Tool Stocks Based off of the Alcoa Earnings

Cramer Likes Beer and Tool Stocks Based off of the Alcoa Earnings

Jim Cramer speaks about what insights can be gleaned from Alcoa’s (AA) earnings release.

What's Wrong With Betting on One Stock?

What's Wrong With Betting on One Stock?

'Single-stock risk' is all the rage these days.

Retail: Sales Are Down But Stocks Are Up

Retail: Sales Are Down But Stocks Are Up

Household formations are a factor, but this is still perplexing.

Stocks to Buy in a Sea Change

Here's what stocks would do well with a strong dollar.

Tools, Pizza and Shoes: Who Knew?

Snap-On Tools, Domino's and Skechers are beacons to follow.

What the Atrocious Jobs Report Told Us

First-quarter earnings season will be brutal.

Chipotle, Best Buy May See Pressure

I would continue to sit the market out.

Go With What's Worked, Part 2

Let's look at the other groups that caught fire.

Cramer: Oil-and-Gas vs. Everything Else

Reams of stocks make sense on a pullback. And what looks bad? Anything even remotely connected to oil and gas.

The Daily Dose: 1 Big Beneficiary of Low Oil

The Daily Dose: 1 Big Beneficiary of Low Oil

Consumer names -- particularly this one -- should see plumper EPS.

Cramer: A Dozen Sectors to Snap Up

As 2014 winds down, you could almost throw darts at these standout groups -- but here are my own picks.

Cramer: Stocks That Stand Out

There's a powerful collection of "what's working."

The Daily Dose: Be Ready for Earnings

Look for signs of weakening of U.S. households' finances.

Quarterly Update on the Stock Gender Divide

Quarterly Update on the Stock Gender Divide

I revisit a controversial column.

This Firm Has No Competition

This Firm Has No Competition

One company has the secret ingredient that ensures success.

The Daily Dose: Back to Basics

The Daily Dose: Back to Basics

When was the last time you thought about this stuff?

Gems Hiding in the Shadows

Gems Hiding in the Shadows

If you step out of the blinding spotlight, the truly rewarding buying opportunities become obvious.

Revisiting the Gender Divide

Revisiting the Gender Divide

How a dip in household formation affects women's buying power.

The Daily Dose: Keyed In on Inflation

The Daily Dose: Keyed In on Inflation

Given these climbing prices, it could be an interesting summer.

Surprises Among the Leaders

Surprises Among the Leaders

Some unexpected stocks and sectors have climbed the market's wall of worry.

The Daily Dose: Earnings Season Survival Guide

The Daily Dose: Earnings Season Survival Guide

Here are several key things to keep in mind as we dive in.

Bikers, Bullets and Booze

Bikers, Bullets and Booze

Part 2 of my gender-based look at consumer stocks: the 'he-conomy.'

The Week Ahead: All Eyes on Washington

The Week Ahead: All Eyes on Washington

The political drama continues playing the market like a fiddle.

The Daily Dose: Find Some Inner Peace.

Ponder on how second quarter earnings carry forward.

The Day Ahead: Friday Thought List

The Day Ahead: Friday Thought List

Here are six things to consider about the market.

American Muscle Stocks

American Muscle Stocks

As housing recovers, the obvious stocks have run up. So Brian Sozzi and Debra Borchardt look at tool stocks as TheStreet hits the street in a construction zone.

The Day Ahead: So, You Wanna be a Rock Star Investor

The Day Ahead: So, You Wanna be a Rock Star Investor

In short, you have to be able to extract vital clues from the fluff.

3 Stocks I Saw on TV, July 20

3 Stocks I Saw on TV, July 20

Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Xilinx, Snap-on, Inc., Microsoft.

Snap-On downgraded at Barrington

When You've Got to Change Your Tune

I had been bullish on this name, but it's been stuck in neutral. Let's figure out why.