Day 1 of the New Year was filled with selling pressure as the markets closed down on the day a whopping 1%.
Many are pulling away from BlackBerry (BBRY) after a relatively dismal year in which the company posted losses of $4.4 billion.
A three-way combination trade is apparently extending a hedge on shares of Dover.
On Wednesday “Big Ben” announced he was going to call off the dogs. Not all of the dogs, but he said the Fed would reduce the food supply.
Halozyme Therapeutics spiked higher yesterday after announcing the appointment of a new CEO, and traders made a quick profit on the move.
We have been looking for some volatility and on Wednesday “Big Ben” provided it in the last statement of his eight-year term.
A large and unusual put trade tops today's option activity in UnitedHealth.
I think Barnes and Noble is significantly undervalued and likely worth somewhere between $20 and $30 per share.
The housing market appears to be in better shape than it really is and investors should be wary.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide popped on an upgrade yesterday, and the bulls are looking for more.