|Day Low/High||10.50 / 10.96|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.59 / 11.62|
The trading panel discussed the recent moves by large investors to add to their stakes in Citigroup in the fourth quarter.
The group has rallied hard, and demand from China is likely to slow.
Shares of farm equipment, supply manufacturers fall after big run, crop projections
Farm equipment maker Agco sees 1Q profit fall on lower demand, tighter credit
AIG lays golden egg; Buffett takes some mulligans; GE gets an F; BofA's 'No Ken-do' Lewis; Ryanair full of it; plus, a bonus on GM.
It can last in fits and starts and will be maximum overbought next Friday and possibly a few days earlier.
Frank Curzio's guests include Richard Suttmeier on markets, the economy and financials, and Stephanie Link, director of research for Action Alerts PLUS, with more stock picks for 2009.
The stock is up 15%, so I'll take money off here and wait for a pullback to add at lower prices.
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Shares are down across the board today, bringing my holdings close to buy levels.
Stocks will likely give back some gains in the next couple of days, but could attempt to rally later in the week.
Value fund manager Jeff Auxier discusses his investments and hobbies.
The cash freed up from a sale earlier today allows me to add to two positions at a discount.
The BlackBerry maker has better momentum than rival Nokia, Cramer says.
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The trading panel says today's rate hike didn't do much to move the markets.
Recent mergers, rising oil and falling stock prices stir interest in the ethanol plays.
The industrial equipment maker reported a 13% jump in profits, despite a 'recessionary storm' in the U.S.
The crew debates the investor's bond insurer bailout offer.
Hasbro, Mattel and Jakks Pacific are cheap here, Cramer says.
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