$171.07 0.00 (0.00%)
18:30 EST CMI Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $171.07
Market Cap 28.19B
PE Ratio 30.71
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 171.07 - 171.07
52-Week Range 140.88 - 186.73
Dividend & Yield 4.44 (2.60%)
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Why Under Armour Inc (UAA), Pitney Bowes Inc. (PBI) and Cummins Inc. (CMI) Are 3 of Today’s Worst Stocks
Cummins (CMI), Under Armour (UAA) and Pitney Bowes (PBI) were all upended by their own earnings reports and outlooks on Tuesday.
Q: "How do you navigate a home sale that's occurring because of a divorce?" A: Someone said, "When you fall in a river, you're no longer a fisherman; you're a swimmer." That's divorce. You're married; you're fishing. Then suddenly you're in over your head and drowning. Every home sale involves a transition, and divorce is one of the most painful. I bring extra insight to the scenario, having been divorced myself (with relatively happy results). Each divorce is as unique as the parting spouses and their home. It's often ugly and devastatingly expensive, but it doesn't have to be. I have three pieces of invaluable advice. First, seriously consider what's called a Collaborative Divorce. (It'll save vast quantities of money, madness and time. Go to www.collaborativepracticesanfrancisco.com.) Second, involve a skilled, caring Realtor ASAP. Third, whatever you do, don't hide your divorce from your agent. Try not to despair. t is possible to emerge feeling whole and optimistic, and with your family relatively intact and undamaged. Just slow down, be thoughtful and seek wise counsel. Cynthia Cummins, Kindred SF Homes, 415-713-8008, firstname.lastname@example.org . A: People sell their property for a number of reasons: marriage, new baby, perhaps a job change. Unfortunately, divorce is not an uncommon reason, either. Do not pick a side and do not get in the middle! Representing buyers during a happy time in life changes drastically when moods and personalities shift due to divorce. Sometimes it can be an amicable decision, or sometimes one may resent being forced to sell a long-time or cherished home. One approach is to have very clear, frank, unemotional conversations about the process. This is...
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