|Day Low/High||86.44 / 88.50|
|52 Wk Low/High||66.28 / 95.40|
Gregg Greenberg beaks down today's market action with guests Gary Rivlin, author of Broke USA, Art Lipson, founder of Western Investment and David Peltier, TheStreet.com's Stocks Under $10 portfolio manager.
Ordinary folks need loans, collectors need collectibles, and pawnbrokers make out on both ends.
Chairman James Flores buys 200,000 shares of Plains Exploration Production worth $5.9 million.
Peabody Energy chairman sells 43,907 shares.
Shares of the payday lenders have performed well over the past year but ever-increasing regulatory oversight remains a concern.
These stocks could surge higher in the coming days on specific catalysts.
Alternative-energy plays to heat up your portfolio, plus an interview with two small-cap investing pros.
These two tech companies could help confused investors find their way in the sector.
Financial stocks slid, as CIT Group priced another dilutive stock offering.
A deal with JPMorgan is probably off the table, Terranova says.
First Cash Financial Services slides hard on a rough fourth quarter.
FMC Technologies makes equipment essential for offshore oil drilling, Cramer says.
The pawnbroker has some upside, Cramer says.
In a recession, stocks like Dollar Tree Stores will profit.
Western Union, Eagle Materials and Chipotle show that sometimes, these deals are worth it.
This profitable, growing company earns nods from the guru strategies of Peter Lynch and Martin Zweig.
Wait for a stock to reach the 'buy' area and proceed as planned. Plus, Sirius, EMC and more.
The stock looks good despite a tough day Monday. Also, charts of the Nasdaq, GE and more.
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