|Day Low/High||18.22 / 19.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.55 / 39.24|
I sometimes like to chart stocks as a measuring stick and to review my thought process later.
Next week will be another busy week for corporate earnings reports, including those from big blue-chip stocks and web-based companies.
Standard & Poor's warning that it would downgrade eurozone nations had no effect on early Wall Street trading.
This is such a time-honored pattern that I am surprised there isn't a short-busters triple ETF by now.
If you took some hard losses this year, here are some strategies for regaining ground.
Rather than betting on a Fed bounce, I'm spotting stocks that are set to move.
Since the IPO of this distance-education outfit, insiders have made a point of cashing out their options shortly after they vest. That should tell you something.
Holding on to my short in this name as shaky consumer demand will likely continue to have a negative effect on the restaurant industry.
It would be risky to buy these out-of-favor names, but it's probably the right thing to do for the rest of this year.
The restaurant-reservation service will continue to give investors indigestion.