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I'm hedging Cisco, looking for Whole Foods to slip and expecting Akamai to make a big move.
In lambasting the new Yahoo! CEO hire, the critics are missing one crucial thing: The man has given up a lot for this job.
Traders around the world cheered the European news, and the NYSE and Nasdaq stocks are poised to open higher.
The news out of Europe is vague enough to get something going tomorrow, but nothing huge.
If you caught the move in cloud computing names, you should think about taking some profits.
Despite JPM's upside surprise and other big earnings reports on tap, stocks appear poised for a lower open.
This group has had a rough time of late, but now it's leading the Nasdaq higher.
He hasn't gotten it done at Akamai -- why would a stint at Yahoo! fare any better?
It would be risky to buy these out-of-favor names, but it's probably the right thing to do for the rest of this year.
Though a gold decline below $1,000 per ounce seems hard to imagine, Elliott Wave and Fibonacci theories have made similarly outrageous predictions in the past that were ultimately fulfilled.
A trio of tech stocks have really fizzled this year. Here's what they have in common.
The news behind each name adds its own piece to the overall economic picture.