|Day Low/High||223.97 / 227.51|
|52 Wk Low/High||101.03 / 227.15|
Surround yourself with excellent people and vibes, and your average will come up.
We have seen a huge correction, and we now need to look for signs that it is ending.
Earnings beats are plentiful, but guidance is less than stellar.
The jobs report, and several consumer names, will be top of mind.
Earnings season moves along full speed ahead as 27% of the S&P 500 report, including industrial heavyweights Eaton and Cummins and social media momentum names Twitter and LinkedIn.
That's the takeaway from the Alcoa call, which gave us its most bullish worldview since the Great Recession ended.
Following last week's Mid America Truck Show, investors are bulled up on the space. In addition, European truck registrations in February also showed continued strength.
Cummins is making a strong move, Vitamin Shoppe battles resistance, and Alimera is a high-risk proposition.
When the S&P rounds up the usual suspects, it makes homework useless.
The prospective new EPA regulations, combined with the aging U.S. fleet, may prove to be a potent mix.
Comcast is trading lower because it has one, and PepsiCo is down because it doesn't.