|Day Low/High||60.22 / 60.73|
|52 Wk Low/High||53.96 / 64.65|
I'm searching for ways to be bullish, but we do need to be very aware of worrying macro issues.
There are countless ways to invest amid rising fuel prices and increased earnings risk.
U.S. indices are mixed ahead of a day with few external drivers.
This once-consistent group is trading at high valuations compared with some big tech names.
Some major drillers are curbing nat-gas operations, and that should mark a bottom in the commodity.
Good news from Europe (for a change) is leading U.S. markets higher this morning.
While the market makes wild swings, these names deliver solid, steady yield.
Set your portfolio up with both long and short exposure in case of a series of bank failures.
If you bought last week, consider taking profits, and if you're looking to buy, don't do it yet.
I'd be looking for downside on any break of channel support at $39.
We'd be higher if it weren't for the gloom that's hanging over everything thanks to the missteps over there.
We need a bit of a breather after the huge move from last week, but the market is still set up for more upside.
This market requires you to have a blend of cyclicals, defensives and dividend plays.
A meltdown in Europe could cause a 10% decline over here. It's a macro world now.
Ripples in the transports signal that a recession is on the horizon, or certainly amps up the chances.
Wall Street stock futures pointed to a mixed open on high expectations that the Fed will announce changes in its Treasury portfolio today.