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Let's see what's hot on the charts right now: Herbalife The controversial retailer of nutritional products has just broken out of a cup-with-handle pattern. In doing so, Herbalife managed to close above its 200-day moving average (red) for the first...
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Technically speaking, the satirist's video comes at a bad time for Herbalife.
Three reasons it might be Peak Ackman: Valeant Pharmaceuticals may be Ackman's "Waterloo" (see post below) Chipotle Mexican Grill may be Ackman's "Vietnam" Herbalife may be Ackman's "Pearl Harbor" Heavy casualties.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
Shares of Herbalife were under pressure Wednesday following news that CEO Michael Johnson will be stepping down.
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Herbalife, Coach and Freshpet are among the companies reporting earnings on Tuesday.
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Shares of Herbalife were higher Wednesday as activist investor Carl Icahn looks to increase his stake in the nutrition company
U.S. stocks bounced around in the green in far more stable trading following three days of extreme swings.
The celebrity panelists seemed to butt heads on nearly every issue, except maybe on Donald Trump.
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He'd be well advised to take the other side of an Ackman trade (again).
Shares of Herbalife rose Monday on news Carl Icahn increased his stake. But Jim Cramer is more cautious.
Figuring out the company's value is a mystery, so it's best to bypass the name.
The ongoing feud between Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn heated up after Icahn disclosed a new stake in Herbalife.
U.S. stocks are higher Monday, as investors continued to digest comments on interest rates from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Friday.
Herbalife shares were climbing after Carl Icahn heated up his long-running spat with Bill Ackman.
U.S. indices were rising after Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech, but talks between Icahn and Ackman has put Herbalife back in focus.
Shares of Herbalife were lower Friday after reports that billionaire investor Carl Icahn was looking to sell his 18% stake in the global nutrition company.
The markets await a closely-watched speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, later today.
Plus, hats off to Fill or Kill on Lululemon.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said burdensome bank debt prevents Herbalife from buying back shares of stock.