|Day Low/High||170.99 / 178.64|
|52 Wk Low/High||58.85 / 186.78|
These 'wing and a prayer' stocks are full of surprises.
And we are off. The market has opened opens slightly lower across the board. We're seeing some profit taking early on in stocks and sectors that have done extremely well since the election. United Rentals , after massive run over the past week, is d...
It looks from the futures like we're in for a flattish opening to begin the trading week. I used my first missive today to talk about two sectors that I'm underweight on -- financials and utilities. Now, let's talk about two areas that I'm actually ...
Bob Dylan captures this market as what was a loser now is a winner, and vice versa.
These infrastructure names are a bargain, and will benefit as the fear of recession fades.
Markets have opened slightly higher this morning, with some stocks worth calling out. Las Vegas Sands (LVS) is continuing its recent winning streak, as Macquarie boosted outlook for companies that operate casinos in the Chinese gambling hub of Macau...
These three stocks were growth names in the past, but how are they fairing now?
Combining valuation and behavioral investing concepts results in a short list these days.
Some names should do well regardless of who becomes the next president.
Some stocks should do well regardless of who is the next president.
The equipment rental company missed on earnings and issued cautious 2016 guidance.
Forget China or oil prices, weak profits are hurting stocks.
It is unlikely a recession is coming, so these two are bargains.
Good morning! Bret Jensen here! As always, I'm happy to be standing in for Doug Kass on the Daily Diary. It looks from the premarket futures like we might get some sort of a rally off of oversold levels today. Hopefully, I'll be manning the diary fo...
URI's earnings could fall precipitously if the U.S. economy slows down.
These 3 stocks should benefit from steady job growth and a decade of below-average starts.
TheStreet looked at stocks that soared under the Federal Reserve’s QE program, and Jim Cramer explains why some shares performed better than others.
Its products are superb. But nobody wants them right now.
It is possible that the worst has already happened.
3M (MMM) bottomed out the Dow Thursday after quarterly sales fell nearly 6% and came in short of estimates.