|Day Low/High||219.44 / 222.39|
|52 Wk Low/High||209.09 / 277.09|
Some basic-materials, infrastructure and energy names will do better than others.
It was counteracted by the upcoming Fed meeting, relief in Europe, China stimulus and the election.
A pullback appears to be under way and a low-risk shorting opportunity may develop.
Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Today was the third straight day of selling, and the market is entering oversold territory.
You have a terrific opportunity to buy stocks that clearly want to go higher, but are constrained.
Recession fears have pushed engine maker Cummins off recent highs. Does that make it a buy?
Jill Malandrino and Evan Lazarus of T3Live.co reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Companies and consumers are sitting on their wallets, and we should not be surprised.
Traders may have felt that we got hammered too hard on the Fed minutes.
The Fed can spur brief market rallies, but growth is more important than monetary policy.
Today's straight-down action was ugly, and many individual stocks were absolute disasters.
The technical damage is mounting, and, at the same time, the fundamentals are in question. We are at the day's lows, and I see no reason to be buying yet. The technical damage is mounting, and, at the same time, the fundamentals are in question. It ...
Cummins announces that sales will be flat in the second quarter. Break in! Cummins (CMI) had previously guided to a 10% sales increase in the second quarter -- it just announced that sales will be flat. The stock is down by 5%. Funny how the busines...
Jim Cramer will be listening closely to what Alcoa's CEO Klaus Kleinfeld has to say to get a good read on how the stocks in each of the end markets they serve will act tomorrow.
Jim Cramer explains that despite the weak manufacturing numbers reported this morning, industrial stocks are getting a boost from the potential for a liquidity injection.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says China will need to stimulate the economy and will likely use the reserve requirement ratio for banks to do so.
Even in a difficult market, these names have all managed to raise their dividends.