|Day Low/High||60.60 / 61.05|
|52 Wk Low/High||52.08 / 62.41|
The markets are heavily oversold, and it wouldn't surprise me to see a 15% to 20% bear market rally.
I'm confident that my strategy of focusing on health care and consumer goods names will pay off.
This titan trades at a 10% discount to its peers, and that'll correct in time.
Seeing some bright spots and picking at some beaten-down names after a tough week for stocks.
To take our minds off the inevitable, let's have a look at the stocks of companies that sell jewelry, chocolate and unmentionables.
Find out how the stocks of companies that sell jewelry, chocolate and unmentionables performed Wednesday.
With Valentine's Day just four days away, stocks of companies that sell jewelry, chocolate and unmentionables are not feeling the love.
I want to take advantage of the market weakness and share decline to make this a bigger bet.
With Valentine's Day just days away, stocks of companies that sell jewelry, chocolate and unmentionables were trading mixed.
A strong balance sheet and cheap marketing opportunities make this stock a steal.
I believe this company's new CEO is the right person for change and that the worst is behind it.
I will continue to add on weakness when I think the fundamentals remain solid for the long term, even if the short term is weak.
From consumer goods and food maker Unilever to credit card issuer Mastercard, exchange rates took a toll on recent earnings.
I'm selling one stock that's enjoyed a big move higher and putting the cash to work in two other holdings.
These two portfolio holdings beat the numbers, but guidance was uncertain. Still, I'm a long-term buyer.
The consumer-products company saw fourth-quarter profits rise 58%, but said it won't provide an outlook for 2009 or reaffirm targets for 2010.
I may resume adding stock -- I have been selling of late -- but price needs to come down first.
One holding is off on mixed earnings, but I prefer the other names in the portfolio anyway and will look to make them bigger bets.
The action today is nice, but I'm sticking to my plan of staples and health care names. I'm also adding to a discount retailer here.
I continue to add to this attractive turnaround story with new management and exciting initiatives.
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