Whirlpool Corp (WHR)
$136.85 1.96 (1.45%)
18:30 EDT WHR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $136.85
Market Cap 9.69B
PE Ratio 34.30
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 983,000
Day's Range 134.77 - 140.30
52-Week Range 64.00 - 163.64
Dividend & Yield 4.55 (3.32%)
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This morning, I'm recommending a bullish trade on the Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE:WHR), the home appliances company.
A Whirlpool Cooktop recall 2019 is in effect due to a problem with how the appliances operate that could result in property damage or injury.
Whirlpool (WHR) reported quarterly earnings figures late Monday, amassing a profit and revenue that are better than Wall Street projected.
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WHR stock has traded in a well-defined range since February and recently arrived at the lower end of its range where a buy trade in Whirlpool is setting up.
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Whirlpool reported its first-quarter results, which included earnings that were stronger than what Wall Street called for, lifting WHR stock.
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These consumer companies are quickly becoming stocks to sell as they are starting to slump too far for comfort.
The earnings report for Whirlpool led to a huge selloff in WHR stock, but this also creates an excellent buying opportunity.
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