|Day Low/High||67.17 / 68.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||25.51 / 68.61|
I'm a big fan of filling a basket of investments with cigar-butt stocks.
I believe one or two names off this list could double. By Tim Collins Sometimes we think a few stocks would be better off dead. We toss them in the trash, even when some may still be perfectly good, and are just a bit down on their luck or in the wr...
The market gets pushed and pulled by the news, but it's making little progress.
Goldman Sachs upgraded Dell by two notches, so Jim Cramer asks what are they seeing that makes them think this is a buy.
First Research In Motion, now Dell. Goldman Sachs is giving life to stocks that the market left for dead.
Goldman Sachs seems to think so, and I agree. Goldman Sachs (GS) to your portfolio: Dude, you're getting long Dell (DELL). Goldman upgrades Dell from a Sell to a Buy, and I shudder to say that I agree with them. This one looks headed for $11.10 base...
Old tech names such as Intel, Microsoft, Dell and Hewlett-Packard have become value traps. In the previous post, I exhibited some laggards I would buy. Some value traps that I would continue to avoid (all old tech) include Intel (INTC), Microsoft (M...
The group is rallying, but the fundamentals may not live up to investors' hopes.
The company is executing well, relative to its peers, and is being far too heavily discounted.
Employing this strategy on undervalued names allows investors to focus on the longer-term picture.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any tougher for HP, the tech giant has another big mess to contend with.
The list of stocks making 52-week lows includes some great buys but also some hard cases.
Dell's third-quarter earnings disappointed Wall Street expectations. What can the company do to turn its fortunes around?
The very definition of oversold is misleading, and inspires false hope.
Perusing legendary investor Michael Price's 13HF filings is well worth the effort.
Jill Malandrino and David Peltier, Portfolio Manager of Stocks Under $10, explain why chasing dividend yield is not the best strategy for an investment, it is about the complete picture. Here are two stock picks that fit bill.
Base your decisions on qualitative and quantitative factors, not the political landscape.
Only material balance sheet variability should shift the value of the bond.
Given expectations of higher taxes, companies have every incentive to pay out now rather than later.
Microsoft's entry into music could kill Pandora. Jim Cramer says wait to buy Microsoft until after the quarter is reported.