|Day Low/High||27.49 / 27.95|
|52 Wk Low/High||13.10 / 31.58|
The S&P 500 Index Committee has work to do as it decides which companies remain in the index, and that could impact whether some remain Aristocrats.
The market itself may be ignoring the realities of its weakest players.
The market sold off on Thursday after close as big hitters, including Amazon, reported earnings.
When you see that money pouring out of the market it is going to be looking for a home. The home will most likely want some economic sensitivity.
WY has not only managed to break above resistance but also violate the long-term downtrend line simultaneously.
Does it not make sense to create a separate portfolio made up of equities that will benefit -- as sick as that sounds -- when an area needs to rebuild?
The Federal Reserve should, but likely won't, stop hiking rates before it inflicts more economic damage.
The potential reward in GM as hurricane season arrives is now worth some risk.
Don't stop fretting about inflation, but barring endless tariffs by the president, it is anything but permanent.
One of the few REIT sectors that is actually in positive territory for the year is timber land.
Economic conditions seem to be improving for laborers. Perhaps rapidly.
How much higher can WY climb? Do we want to participate?
Louisiana Pacific Corp. and other companies broke out to new highs.
These stocks remain among the best places to be.
The ECB's super dovish message was good for the markets.
Aggressive traders could buy available weakness in WY towards $34.50, risking below $33.50.
Tech names and small-cap stocks could be big winners from tax cuts and cash repatriation -- and here's how to play it.
This upside move looks sustainable, so traders should make their move now.
Four Global Resources Stocks for 2017: Barrick Gold, Weyerheuaser, U.S. Steel, KapStone Paper and Packaging.
Investors in lumber and wood products companies should brace for prices to be felled.
The REIT is profoundly sensitive to interest rates and technicals indicate a fresh decline.