|Day Low/High||233.41 / 237.46|
|52 Wk Low/High||101.03 / 244.67|
When it comes to a company's outlook, ignore the headlines and focus on the earnings.
Jobs growth, the euro or the price of oil could have taken the market down, but none of them did.
This is the area for stocks that are too high to buy, but too low to sell, and a terrible place to be.
Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't be duped into taking profits in stocks.
Measurement Specialties is vulnerable to a pullback -- so, if you're long, you'd do well to lock in.
Given the minimal savings, the numbers involved in converting vehicles for natural gas use don't add up.
The cynics had tossed aside CMI, but the company was merely in growth mode, and it could now take off.
I'm sticking with WPRT, but admit that I will be much more sensitive to protect my profits.
Terrific companies with great outlooks and a dividend don't seem to matter in the current market.
We can glimpse hope if we allow the strength of our economy to shine through.
Despite the strong bounce in the indices off November lows, overall risk appetite continues to decline.
A number of fine American companies are at the euro's whim, regardless of whether there's any fundamental reason for it.
The rally could be huge since a possible Lehman event is off the table.
News that China cut the reserve requirements for banks has been welcomed by the global markets.
You need news to propel you higher. Otherwise you are just trapped in futures heaven and hell.
This rally is based on stronger retail sales and Europe being goaded into printing money and issuing euro bonds.
CMI's a nice company in the wrong segment of the market if you believe we're in for a downturn.
You can use this opportunity to join the move toward stocks that have little European exposure.
Today we finally got some consolidation, which is exactly what the market needed.