|Day Low/High||171.78 / 174.12|
|52 Wk Low/High||128.08 / 180.54|
Pay careful attention to what happens this week, for it could set the tone for the rest of the month.
I'm watching a couple of smaller-cap transport stocks with promising charts and good growth stories.
Keep your eyes peeled, because they just keep coming. The transports just are the latest example.
Jim Cramer reveals what stocks investors should buy on dips and the criteria for judging growth and value.
Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg reviews his bullish outlook on Kansas City Southern.
It seems everyone wants to buy a dip here -- which means no one will be able to do so.
I know it's scary to dive in here, but confidence is rising as well, meaning a shift in market character.
Earnings season is just getting under way, options expire today -- there's plenty to watch for as this uptrend finds its footing.
The group is seeing signs of rebounding demand, and Trinity Industries may have the inside track.
Volume was tepid, transports landed on their faces, and we lack leadership.
The market won't be in the clear until we see some institutional buying. Plus, my weekly model portfolio update.
I don't venture into transports often, but Union Pacific and CSX are looking attractive here.
Parts of the economy are already performing well and cheap stocks are available.
Here are some dynamics that are moving the markets and a look at what we can expect.
Three names in the group are looking especially interesting at current levels.
They get a lift from positive economic data, at least until the market's attention returns to Europe.
The IYT hasn't yet completed its base, so you'd do best to stand aside for now.
Nobody believed the CEOs, but Buffett's comments get these stocks thundering
Many companies are doing much better, balance sheets are improved and more safeguards are in place.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average could reclaim broken support this week.
While the stock has been under steady selling pressure, this key level has seen continuous buying interest.