|Day Low/High||44.35 / 45.68|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.68 / 74.75|
Part of my 'Fabulous 15,' this name shows the potential of profiting from greatly oversold stocks.
Carpet tile maker Interface illustrates the potential of profiting from greatly oversold stocks.
Those who can stomach a bit of volatility would probably do well by owning USCR shares or selling some puts.
If you thought last week was busy, hang onto your hats.
Final hour of play in the period. VIX stable. Dollar stable. Ten year stable. Oil crawling to the finish line. Still equities struggle as soon as we get to 3 pm. The real signal will likely come at 3:45 when folks start gaming the closing imbalances...
Donald Trump simply gave stock market participants exactly what they wanted.
You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.
There probably will not be a trade war, beyond the intention of making a point.
Margin requirements will slow down any charge into this product.
Get your plan in place, but understand that the Republic is not in jeopardy.
The Fed offered a predictable statement by a group of predictable people who want more people to be put to work.
Traders could go long USCR on a close above $71, risking below $64 for now.
The economy can withstand a couple of rate hikes, despite perceptions that it cannot.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer looks ahead to President Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday night, and analyzes a host of trending stocks.
The new president's agenda has been clear from the start, so don't act surprised.
These building materials firms have basing patterns that could pave the way for higher prices.
Value investors should look at lesser-known names to participate in any rally.
U.S. Concrete is seeing a direct benefit from the nation's public and private construction boom.
Shares of U.S. Concrete are up 22 percent so far in 2016 and last year's Federal highway bill will keep the company's shares on the fast track.
The producer of ready-mixed concrete has strong short-term and long-term charts.