|Day Low/High||8.87 / 9.38|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.12 / 12.75|
I'm interested in switching sides on Vera Bradley. By Tim Collins As per yesterday's chart, the downside in Vera Bradley (VRA) played out. Actually, all three retailers from yesterday headed lower, but I'm most interested in switching sides on Vera ...
The shares are trading lower after hours, despite the company beating on the top and bottom lines for the quarter. By Tim Collins Vera Bradley (VRA) is trading below $25 in the after-hours session right now, even though the company beat on the top a...
I am a buyer of January/December $25 put calendar spreads for $0.45 as well as half as many additional January $25 puts at $1.40. By Tim Collins On the short side of the three retailers for me tonight is Vera Bradley (VRA). I think we see one more q...
These two names seem likely to suffer little downside should conditions in the sector decline.
One focuses on the low end of the market while the other concentrates on the higher end.
But in the middle of all the cautious guidance, there is one great standout to buy.
After struggling at earlier levels, NYSE and Nasdaq stocks were poised for further gains on Wednesday's upswing.
If it breaks through resistance at $42, it's a buy with a close stop.
Chicago PMI and ADP payrolls aren't great, but they're good enough to keep bulls active.
Now that everyone assumes QE3 is a done deal (though I must have missed that official press release), let's put it aside for the moment and focus on the here and now.