If the fifth lightest trading volume of 2012 was like watching paint dry, you won't find Sherwin-Williams complaining. The stock climbed 5.84% in its best showing for 14 months, and scored an analyst upgrade this morning.
This should be a great time to be CafePress. The one-off printing specialist should be raking it in as its millions of shop owners crank out politically charged merchandise for the upcoming election. Instead, its profits are weak and getting weaker. Here's why: