|Day Low/High||6.71 / 7.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.60 / 14.39|
Investors in Sanchez Energy Corp. saw new options begin trading this week, for the June 16th expiration.
UK-based global medical technology company, Smith & Nephew, joins investor syndicate
From Amazon to Walt Disney Co., I hold these names or want to buy them on dips.
Investors eyeing a purchase of Sanchez Energy Corp. stock, but tentative about paying the going market price of $6.15/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal.
The directors of a company tend to have a unique inside view into the business, so when directors make major buys, investors are wise to take notice. Presumably the only reason a director of a company would choose to take their hard-earned cash and use it to buy stock in the open market, is that they expect to make money — maybe they find the stock very undervalued, or maybe they see exciting progress within the company, or maybe both.
In trading on Wednesday, shares of Sanchez Energy Corp. entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $6.20 per share.
Smith & Nephew (LSE:SN)(NYSE:SNN), the global medical technology business, proudly supports results of an independent, randomised clinical trial 1 concluding that, in the patients studied, the use of the PICO Single Use...
A mishap in northern Asia would be an awful catalyst even to ponder. But a less apocalyptic one would be oil.
Cabela's Incorporated (NYSE:CAB) today announced that it has entered into agreements with subsidiaries of Synovus Financial Corp.
In trading on Thursday, shares of Sanchez Energy Corp. crossed below their 200 day moving average of $8.92, changing hands as low as $8.91 per share.
In trading on Friday, shares of Sanchez Energy Corp. entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $10.06 per share.
Investors eyeing a purchase of Sanchez Energy Corp. stock, but tentative about paying the going market price of $11.13/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal.
The Fed's intention is that the ball is indeed rolling, and they feel the need to keep up.
This small-cap firm has managed to cut costs and has been a serial buyer.