|Day Low/High||17.22 / 17.96|
|52 Wk Low/High||13.25 / 34.21|
Jim Cramer says the market like this economy; he has your game plan for next week.
The challenge of this market is that the upward moves have not been well sustained.
Best opportunities have presented themselves in momentum names that are taking sharp hits.
The 'weighing machine' will matter again but right now it's a popularity contest.
It wasn't just the FAANG names that came to life Tuesday in the stock market.
The big change in the stock market Tuesday is leadership, but a strong close is still needed.
Doing a little digging finds some very interesting names showing signs of continued vigor.
4 stocks on my shopping list for when conditions improve.
We have this drifting action and uncorrelated action between stocks and the indices.
This market needs a rest and the action in individual stocks looks weaker.
With few catalysts for the markets, Tuesday's special election for a Pennsylvania congressional seat could set the tone this week.
I'll be watching for entry points to develop this afternoon.
The best way to deal with the struggling market is selective stock picking and good defense.
It is very easy to force trades in this sort of environment.
You have to be willing to chase if you want to establish new positions.
Superior network performance enables service providers to drive new revenue streams and reduce costs
Casa interoperates with multiple Remote PHY devices using open standards
TheStreet hits the street on a cold day at formerly hot stock Chipotle. Brian Sozzi and Debra Borchardt see if the stock can regain its sizzle.
The Board of Directors of Mexican Restaurants, Inc. announced it has taken definitive action to voluntarily delist its common stock on NASDAQ.
For the Company’s 2010 second quarter ended July 4, 2010, the Company reported a net loss of $102,524 or $0.
The board of directors of Mexican Restaurants, Inc. announced the formation of a special committee comprised of five independent directors to explore and evaluate alternatives available to reduce the cost burdens of...
For the Company’s 2010 first quarter ended April 4, 2010, Mexican Restaurants (NASDAQ:CASA) reported a net loss of $399,147 or $0.
Union Drilling and Pervasive Software upgraded; Lexmark, Dean Foods and Flexsteel downgraded.
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