|Day Low/High||39.70 / 40.46|
|52 Wk Low/High||12.88 / 36.86|
Corning continues to build on recent strength after breaking out of the bull flag pattern.
This strategy is a hedge against momentum-oriented money managers -- nothing more, nothing less.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers questions on the Netflix/Comcast deal, Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp and its effect on Yelp's price, and Apple downgrades.
Northstar Realty triggered our entry price, showing relative strength during a choppy session.
SunPower surged today to get to the upper end of the inverse head and shoulders pattern.
From the Affordable Care Act to getting a permit from City Hall, jobs are thwarted from every angle. By Bret Jensen We have green arrows across the board in Europe and Asia in front of the first testimony from Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen, and U.S. ...
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TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions on Apple, Yelp and even gets a question from India.
Yahoo! will reportedly incorporate Yelp reviews into its search results.
Yelp shares - which have soared for the last year - are up more than 3% going into the open.
Yelp is not just having a great stock market run--the review site is also changing the restaurant landscape by making smaller, independent operations more competitive against the major chains.
Yelp is surging after posting an earnings trifecta: revenue growth, increased active users and solid guidance. Shares of Yelp reached a record high above $90 a share.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Twitter needs to change its interface and the 'sky is the limit for Yelp.'
If just two of these call spreads succeed, then the trades pay off.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer thinks Microsoft needs to start buying internet companies instead of trying to invent new technologies.