|Day Low/High||10.93 / 11.69|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.64 / 23.58|
A cornucopia of specialty retailers took it on the chin on Friday after the group showed signs of life on Thursday.
After last week's retail earnings showcased a number of misses, we'll be watching for something similar to what transpired at Guess.
This portfolio of 10 eclectic names has pushed higher since the start of 2018 and is up 40.5% since inception just 14 months ago.
These are the other stories you were missing while you were caught up in the AT&T-Time Warner trial.
Both events offer tradable opportunities.
Earnings surprises and a $558 million bid for Finish Line say the mall sector might not be finished after all.
Other 'monsters' are getting a pass right now in terms of both media coverage, and market impact.
The Double-Net Dividend portfolio has been a success so far and it's largely due to a beaten-down sector.
Double-Net Dividend stocks, which some would call misfits, doing OK so far.
Individual stock picking continues to be quite challenging, but here's a name I'm watching.
Just two months after its creation, the portfolio handily is beating the Russell 2000 Index and Russell Microcap Index.
More gains in tech pushed the Nasdaq to clock its second day of solid gains.
Crude oil had a devastating day, but those losses did not spill over into equities markets.
The list is dominated by retailers, of which there are four; that's unfortunate, given the pressure that sector is facing these days.
Wall Street retreated from its recent rally as a selloff in health care stocks dragged on markets.
Companies that marked turnarounds -- for better or worse -- last week.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw a record close, though just barely as a tech selloff pressured the broader market.
On Wednesday, November 30, investors await quarterly results from retail giant PVH Corp. and inflation data
Gold and mining stocks are heavily represented on the bear side.
Guess shares were higher Thursday after the company easily beat second-quarter profit forecasts but missed sales estimates.