|Day Low/High||384.69 / 395.11|
|52 Wk Low/High||276.70 / 451.49|
Traders around the world cheered the European news, and the NYSE and Nasdaq stocks are poised to open higher.
The market's herd-like behavior is driving down growth stocks that have nothing to do with each other.
As more stocks approach 52-week highs, it gets harder to say this is a bear market.
Financials won't hold, industrials know no bottom and high-growth stocks are wilting. It's worrisome.
Consumer discretionaries have taken a big hit in the current downturn, but these particular names could rebound to become decent price movers again.
Profitable trades in several high-growth names will most likely present themselves.
We are dipping steadily lower so far this morning and I don't see any reason to fight it.
Columbia's new electric jacket bolsters the case that innovation will help the stock.
Potential leaders are out there, but volume levels are less than desirable.
'Tis the season? Some retailers have already stocked their aisles with holiday products.
Look at high-growth names as an indicator, and look at the safest of the safe stocks.
The recent technical damage done to the major averages will take more time to repair.
What matters these days are European bond auctions and not fantastic corporate balance sheets.
High-growth companies continue to be your best bet in this environment
Isn't that what the supply managers' report is saying this morning with its punk reading?
Shorts have made big gains this week, but it's difficult to go short for the weekend.