|Day Low/High||5.70 / 5.75|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.30 / 7.58|
Cramer says the psychotic negativity of the public at large creates a buying opportunity.
The sector trades lower as investors wonder how much longer the consumer can spend up a storm.
Motorola has the mo-mo, and Blockbuster needs the paddles, paddles!
Cramer likes the action in this chipmaker for consumer electronics.
Its third-party Merchant.com business has helped boost 'other' revenue and profit margins.
They're scary hot and priced for perfection here, but a partial sale keeps opportunity cost down.
The stock has done nothing since its great update, a sign that the group is too efficient to make us money.
Some of the best daytrades come off news events, as long as the gap and trading interest line up.
Investors think about where the Fed is going and await Friday's jobs report.
Analysts will likely focus on margins -- not free cash flow -- when the e-tailer reports Tuesday.
It's showing the first signs of slowing growth. That could mean trouble for a retailer with a rich valuation.
First-quarter earnings will show if the market can keep rising despite higher average oil prices.
The teen sector is into its second year of surging comps. Can it last?
McDonald's and Starbucks are seeing a success that's not factored in well by Wall Street but can't be bet against.
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