McDonald's said Thursday it will be making changes to its Happy meal menu, with all of its Happy Meal options to have fewer calories, less sodium, less saturated …
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Neenah, Inc. (NYSE:NP)‘s stock on Tuesday traded at beginning with a price of $84.75 and when day-trade ended the …
Currently, RH trades at 10 times forward earnings. As of this writing, Brian Nichols owns shares of RH, XPO, SKX, FIT, VRX, DAL, GM and AAPL. The post 9 Hot Stocks That Could Jump 30% and Still Be Cheap appeared first on …
Stocks rallied for a second consecutive day Tuesday, with the S&P 500 Index and Dow Jones Industrial Average up more than half a percentage point and the Nasdaq up 1.25% in intraday trading. The second 2014 Federal Open Market …
Last year was a great one for big-stock investors. Not necessarily, however, if you only owned a basket of big ­Minnesota firms. "Minnesota companies have a history of participating, but lagging hot markets," said Mark Henneman, chief …
Hong Kong’s stock market is about to cross an ominous threshold. Sure, the Hang Seng Index is having one of its best Januarys: It finally broke through the old record high set in 2007 and trading volumes are higher than at any point since …
The stock reversed after taking support of its long-term moving average 200-day SMA and rose to 5-day closing high. Positive cross-over in the key technical indicators- Stochastic and RSI are signaling that the stock is on a verge of …
Netflix wants to make its red-hot stock more affordable. It won't be quite as cheap as its monthly subscription, but Netflix shares will soon cost a lot less than $690. The streaming giant announced Tuesday that it's carrying out a seven-for …
Normally, when certain stock market sectors are flying high, it’s not a good idea to buy in. Tried and true investing wisdom generally holds that hot stocks probably won’t be hot for long. That’s because of the statistical principle of reversion to ...