|Day Low/High||58.18 / 60.48|
|52 Wk Low/High||45.07 / 100.25|
Based on my first-hand research, here are the 'winners' so far of the holiday retail season.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
As far as we can tell, this holiday season is strong, and the group's fundamentals remain positive.
Hanesbrands should continue sharply benefiting, and the shares are currently at a nice price point.
You need news to propel you higher. Otherwise you are just trapped in futures heaven and hell.
There is still opportunity in a company that has the luxury of pricing power across multiple brands.
U.S. markets are pointed higher on further hope of a eurozone resolution and on the back of strong earnings from Caterpillar.
We'd be higher if it weren't for the gloom that's hanging over everything thanks to the missteps over there.
On the short list right now are a health care name and a clothing maker, which have each exhibited strength across all time frames.
Wait until the stock is closer to the 40-week moving average before you consider buying it.
These stocks are rallying out of consolidation, and that makes them worth watching for a buyable pullback.
Consider this strategy to help protect your portfolio as what could be a very treacherous earnings season approaches.
Many companies are doing much better, balance sheets are improved and more safeguards are in place.
Consumer discretionaries have taken a big hit in the current downturn, but these particular names could rebound to become decent price movers again.
With a eurozone fix evidently in place, you can buy the stocks that shouldn't have been down in the first place.
No. Look to buy good stocks as they get cheaper and trade around core positions, while hedging a bit.
Think about VFC and RL to remedy a "woe is me" philosophy toward every data point.
Up is down, down is up … and politics, not economics, dominate the market.
We're right at resistance for the S&P 500, and I believe we can bust through.
Earnings, takeovers and IPOs are positive signs for stock owners who aren't aggressive traders.