Whirlpool Corporation (WHR)

176.11
0.22 0.12
NYSE
Prev Close 176.33
Open 178.72
Day Low/High 176.11 / 179.00
52 Wk Low/High 64.00 / 180.99
Volume 99.93K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 62.29B
Market Cap 11.02B
P/E Ratio 13.54
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Don't Get Caught in the Whirlpool

Don't Get Caught in the Whirlpool

Your best defense is knowing a stock's past market action.

Whirlpool Slashes 2015 Guidance Sending Shares Down 7%

Whirlpool Slashes 2015 Guidance Sending Shares Down 7%

Whirlpool (WHR) ended Tuesday's trading day down over 7% after a disappointing earnings report, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

Twitter Bombs on Early Earnings Release; Merck Leads Dow, S&P 500

Twitter Bombs on Early Earnings Release; Merck Leads Dow, S&P 500

Stocks endured a choppy day of trading Tuesday following a mixed bag of corporate earnings and as the Federal Reserve began their two-day meeting to discuss monetary policy.

Volatility Spikes as Consumer Confidence Slides; Coach Drags

Volatility Spikes as Consumer Confidence Slides; Coach Drags

Stocks had yo-yoed from minor gains to a sharp drop and back again by midday Tuesday.

Day Ahead: Economics and Earnings

The Fed's meeting starts; earnings keep coming.

Market Wrap: U.S. Stocks End in the Red

Market Wrap: U.S. Stocks End in the Red

Apple is higher after-hours on better-than-expected results.

WHR Investor Mtg.

Whirlpool at Key Support Area

Whirlpool at Key Support Area

This level needs to hold to keep the stock's upwards bias.

Which Stocks Are in Style?

Cybersecurity, retail among the most fashionable.

Oil Finally Works Its Magic

Forget the end-of-day market slide. Today was a win.

Violent Moves in a 'Scarface' Market

The 'dead bodies' are adding up.

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Key themes and events to watch for in the coming week.

Why the Fed is Not the Big Story of the Week

Why the Fed is Not the Big Story of the Week

Earnings reports still call the tune.

A Case for Rational Markets

A Case for Rational Markets

Because there is something joyous about rationality.

The Daily Dose: Understanding Apple

I'll pretend I'm being interviewed on TV.

Go With What's Worked, Part 2

Let's look at the other groups that caught fire.

Get Your Kicks From These Two Names

Sherwin-Williams and Whirlpool are changed companies.

WHR Investor Mtg.

Their Weakness Is Our Strength

The U.S. markets and economy are unique.

13-F Filings Reveal Funds Buying Alibaba, Cutting Apple Positions

13-F Filings Reveal Funds Buying Alibaba, Cutting Apple Positions

In 13-F filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Daniel Loeb's Third Point, Soros Fund Management, and other large fund managers disclosed big stakes in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.

Cramer: Stocks That Stand Out

There's a powerful collection of "what's working."

Growth Seekers Return

Investors are seeing growth today in three areas.

Housing Plays Are Through the Roof

Consumers are spending on home improvement again.

Whirlpool downgraded at Sterne Agee

The Rocket Fuel of Low Expectations

This is precisely what has powered the monster moves we're seeing.

The Daily Dose: Be Ready for Earnings

Look for signs of weakening of U.S. households' finances.

The Daily Dose: Deal in Facts

The Daily Dose: Deal in Facts

And why we upgraded Best Buy.

The Week Ahead: Keyed In on Inflation

The Week Ahead: Keyed In on Inflation

The CPI report is bound to be in focus this week.

Gimmicks Won't Smooth Things Over

Gimmicks Won't Smooth Things Over

Something worrisome has me fretting more than I have in a while.

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are slightly higher this morning (S&P 500 is up by 4 handles, Nasdaq is ahead by 9 handles). European stocks are ahead, on average by about 0.50%. Nikkei is down 0.10%. No real news. Within the market most g...