Herbalife Ltd (HLF)
$47.61 0.01 (0.02%)
19:00 EDT HLF Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $47.61
Market Cap -
PE Ratio 35.53
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 770,200
Day's Range 47.47 - 48.20
52-Week Range 20.73 - 52.89
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Herbalife (HLF) earnings for the nutrition company's first quarter of 2020 have HLF stock heading higher Friday afternoon.
Herbalife (HLF) earnings for the nutritional wellness company's fourth quarter of 2019 have HLF stock on the rise after-hours Tuesday.
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Herbalife stock has held the $50 level well. But HLF management missed on earnings, sales and guided lower. This puts the support in danger.
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Herbalife stock is down about 2.7% after earnings -- which makes some sense. The report was good, but HLF stock needed more.
Herbalife earnings came in ahead of what Wall Street was calling for, helping to send HLF stock higher late in the afternoon Tuesday.
Don't think for a minute that blue-chip stocks aren't capable of dishing out big moves, when the earnings news is compelling enough.
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While Herbalife seems to shrug off every piece of bad news, HLF stock is overvalued and still carries significant risks.
With the bears running for cover, Herbalife stock has soared to the moon, but that can’t detract from its poor fundamentals.
Now that even the biggest bear (Bill Ackman) has been forced out of his HLF stock short, is it time to short Herbalife?
Carl Icahn saw a “short squeeze” going on in Herbalife, got in, and pressed the stock price way up, to the level it’s still at today. Now he’s aiming for a repeat performance with classic consumer-goods stock Newell Brands.
Herbalife (HLF) shares are skyrocketing Friday on the news of the company's expansion of its nutrition clubs. Three new ones have opened.
We suppose investing in value stocks could actually be a safer bet at this moment, given their inclination for steady growth and momentum in price.
Bill Ackman's notorious position in HLF stock looks shakier by the minute. And Herbalife's recent buyback program could do Ackman damage.
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