|Day Low/High||134.92 / 138.94|
|52 Wk Low/High||125.27 / 145.79|
The wrong stocks are leading, and without dramatic action from Europe, I don't expect this move to last.
Ken Himmler, President of Integrated Asset Management, is a bear on the market with specific strategies on how to successfully invest in that type of environment.
Forget the drama stocks like Research in Motion, go with Kimberly Clark.
Hard selloffs can lead to market bounces, and panic can create bargains.
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Look through everything as a play on who benefits when commodities fall and who benefits when commodities rise.
Microsoft, Honeywell and Kimberly-Clark each reported first-quarter upside surprises.
Several factors got me thinking about health care today, and this company in particular.
Some familiar patterns are about to play out once again, and they can be very profitable.
The windfall from the low level in natural gas prices will have a positive effect on related users.
U.S. markets are pointed higher on further hope of a eurozone resolution and on the back of strong earnings from Caterpillar.
If Dexia can be dealt with, the rest of the eurozone problem banks may be contained as well.
Europe is still the big problem, but plunging commodities will help lots of companies.
Financials won't hold, industrials know no bottom and high-growth stocks are wilting. It's worrisome.
Never mind if it 'makes sense' -- accept this reality and position yourself accordingly.
When the current decline is over, use this list of 52-week highs as your shopping list.
No one's disputing that Europe is bad, but the difference between yesterday and today gives us a good perspective on how we should look at those problems.
A veritable avalanche of great dividends are coming. Here's a healthy sampling of them.
The market is hard to buy right now, and it's a good time to take some profits.
Look at high-growth names as an indicator, and look at the safest of the safe stocks.