|Day Low/High||8.38 / 8.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||7.67 / 16.27|
Shares fall after the manufacturer gives cautious guidance for 2007.
Volatility in the sector will remain the norm, but the basing may have begun.
There's no question: As oil prices rise, several companies just get cheaper.
The weakness in drillers like Patterson-UTI just doesn't make sense. Nor does Alien's excuse for delaying its IPO.
Geopolitics and fear of the Fed have created opportunities in stocks like Oceaneering, Lehman, Applied Materials and more.
Unrest in the Middle East is good for companies like Global Santa Fe and Transocean.
Tough markets call for a rundown of what's likely to come into play for crude oil and natural gas.
It's time to reap what Anadarko has sown and find new undervalued names (read: possible takeovers).
When stocks are cheap, good things happen, but you've got to be in to win. Two spots look ripe.
The Ocean's Seven have cheapened, so focus on rebuilding positions on weakness.
This solar play is still attractive even after a big run. Plus, ADM, Exxon and more.
Cramer says Crystallex offers a great tutorial on how to invest.
The OSX is diverting capital from growth stocks, but several components still languish.
Handicapping combatants on the eve of WWE's biggest annual event. Why Rey Mysterio is like Krispy Kreme.
Worldwide demand for doughnuts and crude are boons for Krispy Kreme and Valero.
Aaron Task says that stocks took a hit on reports of slow growth, higher inflation and Google torpor.
Unrest in global energy supplies reveals an opportunity in U.S. drillers Bronco and Patterson-UTI.
Find out why Cramer blesses this portfolio for diversification.
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