$130.01 0.32 (0.25%)
18:30 EDT SNA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $130.01
Market Cap 7.36B
PE Ratio 13.07
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 624,328
Day's Range 129.64 - 132.74
52-Week Range 90.72 - 172.61
Dividend & Yield 2.46 (1.89%)
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Spanning the map from restaurant stocks to technology, some of our Best Stocks contestants have fared much better than others.
You wouldn't think it to look at Snap-On's year-to-date returns, but SNA stock still has a lot going for it.
The ratings of 6 Machinery stocks are down this week, according to the Portfolio Grader database. Each of these rates a "D" ("sell") or "F" overall ("strong sell").
Technical red flags and a history of poor seasonality have these stocks to sell poised for short-term underperformance.
SNA stock is down slightly on Thursday after the Q1 Snap-On earnings report. Don't get discouraged though, this is still a solid company!
Here's an update on the Q1 leaderboard for the Best Stocks for 2016 contest, including a nearly 50% winner ... and a nearly 50% loser.
Snap-on (SNA) stock hasn't exactly been killing it in InvestorPlace's Best Stocks for 2016 competition. But give it time -- the stock remains a bargain.
Here are my 40 top growth stocks that meet the metrics in the Portfolio Grader system...
Market experts name the 10 best stocks to buy for 2016 in this annual competition. Picks run the gamut of large and small, value and growth. Who will win?
Snap-on (SNA) stock is primed to be an outperformer next year, which is why I picked it in the Best Stocks for 2016 competition.
Given the uncertainty in the market there's one place investors should be as the Fed raises rates: dividend stocks. Here are 2 to consider
Last week we saw eight dividend stocks in restaurant, life insurance, homebuilder and other sectors increasing their dividend payouts.
Consumer cyclical stocks rose 0.7% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer cyclical stocks declined 0.6% on Wall Street so far on Tuesday.
Consumer cyclical stocks declined on Wall Street today, down 1.1%.
Consumer cyclical stocks finished up broadly on Wall Street on Tuesday, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 2.3%.
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