|Day Low/High||9.47 / 10.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.59 / 11.11|
The plastic footwear maker jumps after a small-cap fund manager touts new product initiatives.
This environment offered good opportunities for day trades but was an invitation to lose money on everything else.
All of the signs have come together for the agriculture sector. Here are two plays to take advantage.
The market tends to reverse Fed-day closing direction in the following session.
Agco upgraded to buy; Maguire Properties and Inverness Medical Innovations are downgraded.
The credit card company soared after blowing past estimates.
Companies that will benefit from increased ethanol production have strong profit 'visibility,' Cramer says.
Shares sink after the farm-equipment maker cuts its full-year outlook.
Neither Yellen or Poole dissuade traders from the idea the Fed is done tightening, not just taking a break.
The farm-equipment maker's shares tumble after earnings miss estimates.
Cramer says overseas orders should bolster the aerospace and agriculture sectors.
Cramer likes the Utah company, and would like it even more at 32.
Cramer says companies that can turn anything into ethanol are where the mad money is.
Boeing agrees to buy the aviation parts company for $1.7 billion.
It's an ethanol arms race, says Cramer, so look at companies that have the equipment to plant and harvest corn.
The Dow Industrials are near the bottom of their recent trading band, and the Arms Index is oversold.
After a three-day rest and with still-encouraging Arms Index numbers, the market has resumed its climb.
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