4 Stocks Making Moves: Cracker Barrel, Tiffany, Twitter, and Barnes & Noble

On Tuesday's edition of Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Fool analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson take a hard-hitting look at today's biggest investing news.

Cracker Barrel's first-quarter profit rose 17%, but shares were down after the restaurant lowered guidance. Shares of Tiffany were up on the news that third-quarter profits rose 50%. The company also raised guidance and saw same-store sales rise 7%. Twitter moved upward slightly today, with the company's new head of retail advertising hoping to lure more advertisers this holiday season. And finally, Barnes & Noble took a tumble after second-quarter revenue fell 8%, with the company's digital book division down 30%. In this segment, Matt and David look at four stocks making moves on the market today.

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