|Day Low/High||19.82 / 21.69|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.63 / 18.77|
Here's a look at global markets and sectors, in search of unusual weakness.
As coal starts yet another leg lower, here is how I would play CLF and WLT.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier discusses how to trade the commodity names.
Potential buyers seek companies that have high cash flow and low debt, and so should you.
It's the subtle clues, not the big headlines, that can determine which stocks to target.
Cliffs Natural Resources is pointing downward, but two foreign names are setting up nicely.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include U.S. Steel, Whole Foods Market, and American Electric.
The sector continues to drift lower, offering some short opportunities.
With roughly a gazillion companies reporting tonight and tomorrow morning, there's plenty to watch -- here's what I'll be keeping an eye on.
Cliffs' huge dividend increase reflected the understanding that China will only get better from here -- not worse.
Raw materials and agricultural stocks should play catch-up next week.
A central bank governor's optimism about Europe's debt problems boosted global indices and U.S. futures.
You can add shares on a pullback to major support, but a breakout above the 200-day would also spur buying pressure.
Given the VIX and the big economic data due out, among other things, nothing would surprise me this week.