|Day Low/High||67.58 / 68.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||25.51 / 68.61|
If there's a catalyst in tow, that sentiment shift could make for a risk-reward sweet spot.
The euro is dragging early on problems in Spain and Italy; Dell privatization talks continue.
You don't have to be a daredevil to hold quality stocks that are out of favor.
These resources enable you to keep up with what the market's top investors are saying.
Staples got a nice pop after the company refinanced, and it is not too late to get in.
Nicole Urken, Research Associate for Jim Cramer, discusses the value in taking Dell private.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Signs of life in the premarket give me hope that we will finally see the Es break free from its recent range.
Dell would be an attractive proposition at $10 -- but, at current levels, it's in no-man's land.
Aside from this morning's economic data, all eyes will likely be on AAPL and DELL today.
With VF Corp.'s huge gain on buyout chatter, this theme has been underscored yet again.
Continue rotating through the best chart patterns rather than focusing on trading the index ETFs.
When searching for new potential short plays this is one of the first sectors I hit.
I shorted more shares on the rally off of the 'Dell going private' rumor. I am adding to my SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) short ($146.85) on the rally off of the "Dell (DELL) going private" rumor.
Here are some likely scenarios for corporate bonds and municipals.
Adam Smith's timeless investing advice lays out invaluable principles for successful strategies.
These three techs saw paltry return over the past decade. Keep that in mind when you consider Apple.
The January 2015 calls are a bullish bet on a company that's in transition.
Here's a summary of the portfolio moves I have made so far today. To summarize, today I initiated a long in Dell (DELL), and I added to Procter & Gamble (PG), ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (TBT), MetLife (MET), Altisource Asset Management (...
Tablets and mobile have decimated this product category, and the trend looks likely to continue.
Let's review the rules of this portfolio. On Dec. 7, I listed 13 names for 2013 that had been thrown into the trash heap. It has been dubbed the Trash Truck portfolio. I realized I didn't give out prices, so here is a chart with all the names, along...