Haverty Furniture recently increased its quarterly dividend by almost 36% to $0.19 per share, and is poised to get a boost from housing demand.
While some wild speculation reversed and bankrupt names fell back to earth, Nasdaq ran up higher -- but don't bet a top is forming yet.
I expect investors to use NIO as the completion of the EV trifecta for trading and investing.
Nasdaq had some of the highest volume I've seen at 6.2 million shares -- care to speculate what that tells us?
The S&P 500 can afford to give back a pretty good chunk here without doing any technical damage.
A key data point to watch, now that corporate blackout dates have come and gone, is insider selling activity.
If Blue Apron is 'guilty' of this common practice then so are a bevy of other well-known companies in and out of the S&P 500.
After a failed merger with Albertsons, Rite Aid faces a difficult time on its own in a changing landscape.
A huge cloud remains over the company.
The blockchain firm's stock soared 65% Thursday, but it's a whole factory full of red flags.