Financial Services

The stock is poised for a retest of its 2016 highs.
The latest 13F filings show which firms these major players favor.
Shares of Intercontinental Exchange could soon exceed last week's highs and move toward $300.
The market is assigning too great a discount to the shares amid a weak short-term environment.
Valeant reiterates its full-year forecast, while LendingClub's CFO departs for a new opportunity.
The bid underneath banks make sense.
April highs are the key as there is chart resistance in the $165-$169 area.
I'd stay away from banks, but I like home builders.
Remember the European banking crisis? Well, where is it now?
My upside price target is $19.

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