|Day Low/High||134.76 / 136.94|
|52 Wk Low/High||76.99 / 141.87|
Given a likely upturn in interest rates, these names look set for a run higher.
How much to sell? There is $850 million to sell on the close. Health care, financials and energy all have about $150 million on the sell side. Wells Fargo (WFC), Travelers (TRV) and Dow Chemical (DOW) all have about $20 million apiece to buy. On the...
But the shares are finally trading a few dollars below my short cost basis. As I have previously posted, I have averaged up on my Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) short over the last few months as Travelers (TRV) introduced a discounted pricing strategy a...
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link say even though the financials have underperformed lately they still like the group given a steepening yield curve.
Across all sectors, there is simply no urgency. That's never a good sign -- but it's not a bad sign, either.
Tesoro, Torchmark and Travelers are the top picks of Barry James, President of James Advantage Funds.
It's starting to look like a better rental. My concerns regarding the trajectory of the housing recovery, an extended (and overbought) financial sector, my expectations for slowing domestic economic growth and Travelers' (TRV) decision to cut auto i...
Still. I continue to press my Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) short based on Traveler's (TRV) new strategy of cutting auto insurance premium rates.
The company's decision to become more price-competitive sparks a selloff. Travelers (TRV) shares have sold off hard despite better-than-expected results. The reason is the company's decision to become more price-competitive in the auto insurance bus...
It's an unexciting business, but the rally is likely to continue.
New homes sales plus Coach sales sparked a rally ahead of Apple earnings. Keith Bliss of Cuttone says 'As Apple goes so goes the market.'
Sometimes you just grade 'em like a big class taking the final -- and Tuesday's showing was nice indeed.
Here are the first four areas out of 10 that should continue to flourish this year.
Major U.S. stock markets were sinking Friday despite better-than-expected jump in nonfarm payrolls for December