|Day Low/High||167.01 / 170.98|
|52 Wk Low/High||160.50 / 202.26|
The tech sector is due to recover, and this could be the way to play it.
Don't get sucked into grabbing yield plays because they are defensive.
The market already knows the outcome of Bernanke's holiday week.
John Toohey, PM of the USAA First Start Growth Fund, names his top stocks including AbbVie, Thermo Fisher, Google and Texas Instruments.
Texas Instruments CFO Kevin March explains how the industrial and auto sectors helped lift the firm's first-quarter results.
Stocks turned positive on low volume as an activist investor saw value in Microsoft - TheStreet's Debra Borchardt gives details.
Here are some attractive dividends coming before month-end.
Henry Gambell of Simpler Options, updates his outlook for the S&P after Monday's selling and levels to be aware of into expiration. We also look at individual trades in TXN and updates on AAPL and SYMC.
If it can get through the earnings thicket, the move could have huge legs.
Today's Big Idea discusses key arguments for both bulls and bears in the current market, updates on FXE and TXN along with a few of our favorite stocks that are getting ready to move.
Fluor, Texas Instruments and Cummins have more room to run, John Burke, CEO of Burke Financial Strategies, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Unexpectedly strong results from Hewlett-Packard lifted stocks after an otherwise rocky week.
The market is assessing individual stock stories and providing an opportunity to take profits.
Kevin March says the company plans to raise its dividends and buy back stock as cash flow grows.
Being behind the market or beating estimates isn't enough; guidance has to be good.
The market seems to be accepting mediocrity -- but that has never been my philosophy
Personally, I think the market's total air of invincibility is despicable.