|Day Low/High||228.72 / 230.99|
|52 Wk Low/High||137.15 / 230.97|
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. September morn We danced until the night Became a brand new day Two lovers playing scenes From some romantic play September morning Still can make me feel ...
For this basket trade, I revamped my scan to seek out both volatility and trend expansion.
IBM is down on Accenture's news. This is your chance to own high quality at a bargain.
Other IT stocks could suffer some collateral damage. Accenture's (ACN) big miss will cast a pall over information technology stocks this morning. Among possible casualties are IBM (IBM) (one of the Oracle's largest positions) and Cognizant Technolog...
Yahoo!'s purchase of blogging site Tumblr kicks off a big week for Fed-watchers. Gregg Greenberg reports
J.B Hunt, Harris and Infosys all reported weaker-than-expected earnings and/or lowered guidance. My continuing theme has been that the consensus profit outlook is too optimistic. To support that claim, J.B. Hunt Transport Services (JBHT), Harris Cor...
Former Nifty Fifty name Xerox has seen a rennaissance in 2013. Portfolio Manager David Peltier discusses if the stock can continue to run.
The really bad stuff that you might be cycling into will simply not hold up as well on the pullback.
As we have seen time and again, weakness really is a buying opportunity.
Don Peters, portfolio manager for the T.Rowe Price Tax-Efficient Equity Fund, names his favorite stocks including Accenture, Philip Morris and Boeing.
Looking for an early read. By Robert Lang While we wait for the big fourth-quarter earnings season to take hold in about a month, there are big names on tap this week. In fact, we might get a good read on the quarter performance by the names that tr...
With Apple now among the most reviled stocks, people are fleeing derivative plays as well.
Portfolio manager David Peltier analyzes a tech stock that experienced a dramatic decline.
The chance to buy this stock at the right price is almost reason to root for a market decline.
The best thing it could do with its personal computer division would be to shut it down.