Leucadia National Corp. (LUK)

23.07
0.07 0.30
NYSE : Consumer Non-Durables
Prev Close 23.00
Open 23.00
Day Low/High 22.80 / 23.11
52 Wk Low/High 21.61 / 28.30
Volume 1.71M
Avg Volume 2.79M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 344.54M
Market Cap 7.95B
P/E Ratio 586.75
Div & Yield 0.40 (1.54%)

Latest News

2 Cup-and-Handle Breakout Candidates

2 Cup-and-Handle Breakout Candidates

DECK and LUK are poised to rise above resistance.

3 Sectors in the Spot When Everything's Hot

3 Sectors in the Spot When Everything's Hot

Their underlying pricing has improved dramatically in recent months.

7 Stocks Where Insiders Are Buying

7 Stocks Where Insiders Are Buying

These firms' execs used the post-Brexit meltdown to buy more shares.

Leucadia (Finally) Gets Its Groove Back

Leucadia (Finally) Gets Its Groove Back

The conglomerate's shares are forming a base and could be ready to reverse trend.

Four Mid-Cap Value Stocks Worth Your While

Four Mid-Cap Value Stocks Worth Your While

Shares of Barrick Gold are up 82% so far 2016 even though the yellow metal itself has only risen 17% in value.

Jim Cramer Says Palo Alto Networks Is the Best Security Play

Jim Cramer Says Palo Alto Networks Is the Best Security Play

TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says Palo Alto Networks is the best way to play the security market.

Day Ahead: The Fed and Greece

Day Ahead: The Fed and Greece

There are only two big events on the horizon.

Can Leucadia Catch Up to Berkshire?

Can Leucadia Catch Up to Berkshire?

LUK stock looks poised to close the performance gap between itself and big dog, Berkshire Hathaway.

In Praise of Free Cash Flow

In Praise of Free Cash Flow

There's more than one way to skin the value cat.

North America's Energy Is Booming

North America's Energy Is Booming

Despite geopolitical troubles, North America is essentially energy independent.

Stay Away from Equity Brokers

Stay Away from Equity Brokers

Earnings have so far shown a drop in trading revenue.

Opportunities Across the Pond

Opportunities Across the Pond

European holding companies are potentially incredible investments.

Cup-and-Handle Long Candidates

Cup-and-Handle Long Candidates

Leucadia National and Garmin share this usually reliable technical formation.

Eye on I-Banking

Eye on I-Banking

I'd be looking at larger firms on a pullback.

Leucadia Reinvents Itself, Again

Leucadia Reinvents Itself, Again

Investors should embrace this unconventional company's quirks.

Leucadia vs. Berkshire

Leucadia vs. Berkshire

Over a 10-year period, Leucadia has bested the big dog by 21%.

Market on Close Imbalances

My mavens on the floor of the exchange see $1 billion to sell on the close. In terms of sectors, no buys seen.  Sell sectors are seen in the following areas: consumer staples ($375 million), financials ($250 million) and health care ($200 million). ...

Leucadia-Jefferies Desperation Deal

Leucadia-Jefferies Desperation Deal

The deal between Leucadia and Jefferies shows just how much pressure the boutique shops are under. Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says you should look to JP Morgan if you want a financial stock.

Spring-Loaded Stocks for Your Perusal

Spring-Loaded Stocks for Your Perusal

These fallen, below-book names have reaped nice returns over the past few months.

Seeking Perfection

Seeking Perfection

To find perfect stocks, I run a screen based on Walter Schloss's investment criteria and add in a requirement for a dividend.

Commit or Sit

Commit or Sit

While the market takes a breather, decide whether to spring into action or take a seat.

Vulture Investing With Leucadia National

Vulture Investing With Leucadia National

The company's collection of businesses was bought on the cheap by a brilliant management team.

Buffett: There's No Place Like Home

The billionaire investor says housing is a cheap investment that could outperform stocks.

Mueller Pays Off

Mueller Pays Off

With shares approaching fair value, I've taken advantage of positive sentiment and exited this profitable trade.

Consider These Two Short Sale Candidates

Consider These Two Short Sale Candidates

SHAW and LUK are testing their 200-day moving averages; time to take either a quick profit or loss.

Two Names Made the Cut

Two Names Made the Cut

Tightening up the criteria on my dependable screen pointed me toward Leucadia National and Layne Christensen.

Bypass the Pain of Investing in Today's Market

Bypass the Pain of Investing in Today's Market

Focus on companies with no net debt and an average ROE of more than 10% per year for the past five years.