|Day Low/High||125.83 / 128.59|
|52 Wk Low/High||100.48 / 144.15|
Selecting the creme de la creme of last year's top dividend dogs generated an average total return of 8.8%.
Honeywell could be a sweet stock ahead of Friday's earnings.
As a result the market roared.
Dollar strength is affecting the competitive advantage of U.S. companies around the globe, and it is a more insidious problem that most people recognize.
You buy the companies that have told you things have bottomed.
I really can not imagine my largest portfolio not having Intel as one of it's anchors.
Some traders may be waiting for a retest of the December low before buying, but the charts indicate they could miss out on strength ahead.
Replacing fear with pragmatism, that is our goal.
These themes are working despite the turmoil in Washington and slowing global growth.
Still, the bears didn't build much downside momentum despite the intraday reversal.
Stocks are ears of corn and they all pretty much look alike to these louts.
It doesn't matter how well corporate America does if the report card comes the same day as a breakdown in oil.
You can't bet aggressively against this market because of the potential for a big headline.
The media cheer constant bullish moves higher, but market participants may not share that sentiment as they struggle to find prudent ways to put idle cash to work.
Keeping an eye on the Senate shutdown vote and any trade discussion today, and watching key support levels on the SPX.
Here are tools for gauging the state of the U.S. and global economies and how they could impact the markets.
I am not changing my stance that if you want to see real movement out of China you need to focus on aerospace, American Express and Apple.
The question is being hotly debated now.
What to buy and what to trim on the 90-day extension on trade talks.
Who's likely to win and who's likely to lose on Monday.
Let's stick to the charts and technical indicators.
Here are some possible outcomes of this weekend, and how you can prepare your portfolio.
If the Fed is less of a problem and China is less of a problem, the market can go higher. If both continue to be problems, we go lower.
In a bear market the same pieces of news, perhaps weaker sales or perhaps tariffs, keep taking it down.
Never confuse a bounce with a sustained move.
Attempts to rally have failed, with the data center's supposed weakness at the heart of it.