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Today is a good day to consider the importance of dividends and covered calls.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Avon stock slides after Coty has decided it is better off without the struggling cosmetics company.
We got the first step of the repudiation of the woman who is really running the company.
Here's a follow-up on my Wednesday trades, plus a trio of new ones.
Jim Cramer believes Avon should say yes. Coty won't keep knocking for long.
Camilla Webster, co-author of The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom, explains how women can enjoy and manage their wealth responsibly.J
In this episode of 'Buy This, Sell That!,' Howard Hansen, portfolio manager for the Linde Hansen Contrarian Value Fund, names his favorite stocks, including Avon and Brown Shoe.
AOL reaps over a billion in patents sales, while Avon rings the bell on new CEO.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web -- including AOL's plan to sell over 800 patents and related applications to Microsoft in a deal valued over $1 billion.
PPG has a clear strategy and the execution skills to follow through.
It's highly unlikely this embattled company will get any counter-offers to the one it received Monday.
Coty should be told no thanks, Jung should be booted and a new CEO brought in now.
I discussed potential winners and losers if interest rates rise in the year ahead.
I discussed potential winners and losers if interest rates rise in the year ahead. "This is U.S. history. I see the globe right there." -- Jeff Spicoli (Sean Penn), Fast Times at Ridgemont High In last night's "Fast Money" segment with Mel and the g...
I am taking a different approach, even though you may see a familiar name or two.
Retail sales were weaker than expected with Target and Costco coming out on top, while car salesman were left cooling their jets.
The agency slashed ratings on some European nations, but global indices still moved higher.
You need the likes of KLAC and LRCX. If you don't buy the equipment you will be left behind.
U.S. equities were pointed lower in a continuation from Tuesday's Fed-spurred downside.