|Day Low/High||12.35 / 12.65|
|52 Wk Low/High||11.16 / 23.18|
Prices finally broke out of an 8-month triangle this month.
It's just as dumb to short energy companies as it is to short mining companies.
Vale may be worth following again. Bristol-Myers? Not so much.
Market players don't seem overly anxious to chase things higher.
Ulta shines as 2 members of Real Money's Stressed Out index were taking a hit during the trading session Thursday.
Oil is the biggest beneficiary of Fed inaction and the subsequent dollar weakness.
As the dollar and stocks climb, there's a correction in selling for gold and other precious metals.
News conference by ECB's Draghi doesn't inspire confidence for European investors.
Among other metals, silver is treading water while zinc is a big mover.
Autos here and abroad, airlines, oil … the list goes on.
Better snap up Alcoa now, before its splits, to take advantage of both its businesses.
Macro pressures from Brazil and around the world could shake the foundation of Vale's recent rally.
Some want gold on a selloff, others are concerned about excessive length.
U.S. stocks slumped on Wednesday, following disappointing private sector jobs data.
More trouble for the already beaten down mining stocks. BHP Billiton and Vale as they got hit with a $44 billion lawsuit on Tuesday.
Was it because of a certain Chinese sovereign wealth fund or a large hedge fund?
Even though mining companies have been adversely affected by weak prices and the stronger dollar, there is positive news ahead for Vale.
And iil, gold and the 50-doy simple moving average.
VALE will need more months of sideways price action before trying to mount a sustained upside move.
These two companies have become bellwethers of the political crisis.
The bump U.S. markets initially got from the ECB's decision to cut rates has failed to hold.
But areas of the real estate investment trust group continue to be attractive.
The metals and mining company's price has doubled in just a few days this year.
Be prepared to either drop them or sit through volatility.