n.a. (MCRL)

13.86
0.09 0.65
NASDAQ
Prev Close 13.95
Open 13.92
Day Low/High 13.84 / 13.96
52 Wk Low/High 10.18 / 15.72
Volume 4.61M
Exchange NASDAQ
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

10 Stocks With Special Dividend Potential

These 10 stocks are light on debt, heavy on cash and have strong insider ownership, making them prime candidates to pay special dividends.

Three Small-Cap Stocks Upgraded to 'Buy'

Briggs & Stratton, Cymer and Micrel were upgraded at TheStreet.

Micrel, Incorporated Q1 2010Earnings Call Transcript

Micrel, Incorporated Q1 2010Earnings Call Transcript

McMoRan Director Buys $1.1M Worth

McMoRan Director Buys $1.1M Worth

Director Robert Day buys 67,005 shares of McMoRan Exploration.

Micrel Beats Estimate Despite Plummeting Earnings

Micrel reported an 81% drop in earnings due to lower revenue, but $0.02 per share was enough to beat the most recent estimate.

Activist Stocks of the Week

Large shareholders are clamoring for change at these companies.

Stockpickr's Activist Track Stocks

Stockpickr's Activist Track Stocks

Large shareholders are clamoring for change at these companies; their bets may be worth piggybacking.

Stockpickr's Activist Track Stocks

Stockpickr's Activist Track Stocks

Large shareholders are fighting for change at these companies; their investments may be worth piggybacking.

Friday's Winners & Losers: Cleveland BioLabs

The company tanks 60% after it fails to get a DoD contract.

Friday's Tech Winners & Losers

Friday's Tech Winners & Losers

Tech stocks take a beating on fears of an economic slowdown.

Friday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Arctic Cat takes a tumble.

Monday's Tech Winners and Losers

Monday's Tech Winners and Losers

EchoStar's stock gains on reports of a deal with AT&T.

Monday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Monday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Micrel climbs.

Thursday's Late Winners & Losers

Starbucks shares slipped after-hours.

Friday's Tech Winners & Losers

Friday's Tech Winners & Losers

Microsoft's strong earnings led tech stocks higher Friday.

Thursday's Tech Winners & Losers

Thursday's Tech Winners & Losers

Despite Apple's spike on blowout earnings, the sector slumped along with the wider market.

Subprime Concerns Creeping Back Up

The problem isn't going away, though nothing goes down in a straight line.

Declaring This Market Overbought

The Nasdaq needs a pause or a correction of some kind in order to bring about better statistics.

Rally Lacks Support

The averages gained back almost half of what they lost Tuesday, but breadth was weak.

Tech Draws in the Bulls

The sector is getting crowded now, but it won't be surprising to see it take a big hit.

Looking for a Correction

The markets haven't had a big down day in a while and it seems we are heading toward that sort of trading action.

A Tech Shift

The malaise that has affected these stocks for so long appears to be turning.

Interesting Developments Ahead

Today was a 'do nothing' day, but Friday's employment number may get a reaction out of the markets.

Nasdaq Showing Some Signs of Weariness

It hit another new high, and the number of stocks making new highs once again contracted, indicating some tiredness.

No Fireworks

If the markets are up after the holiday doldrums and then more bad news comes out, that could set up a better bottom.

Watching for More Downside

A continued move in this direction could develop into a low worth buying.

Seasonality Isn't Forever

A seasonal boost may prop us up for a bit, but market stats suggest we haven't yet cleared the way for a great rally.

Still Expecting a Rally

It's unlikely it will be a great low, unless it's accompanied by some panic.

Semi Sentiment Grows

As a bottom nears, semiconductors find a growing fan base.

A Flip of the Coin

One could easily make the case for the market to rally or go down from here.