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Consumer stocks like Netflix, Coinstar and Green Mountain remain in a bullish trend, Ryan Detrick, Sr. Analyst at Schaeffer's Investment Research, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Walt Disney announces Disney Springs, a multimillion-dollar project set to transform the Downtown Disney area. Brittany Umar has details on that as well as a look at the day's other most searched trends on the Web.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at a light week of economic data and some high-profile earnings reports.
Traffic has been weak. Break in: Netflix (NFLX) is trading lower off of an intraday call from Piper regarding weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter traffic data for both Coinstar (CSTR) and Netflix.
Jim Cramer is a huge fan of Netflix - the product - not Netflix the stock.
Coinstar, owner of Redbox is launching a rival internet movie streaming service over Verizon to compete against Netflix.
A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including OPEC as the organization says it will maintain output targets.
Those who are not already in this name may want to begin a position today or on Monday.
Ahead of the tech behemoth's earnings call, I am setting up trades from both directions.
Besides releasing its new Kindle Fire, it will provide details on its deals for licensing video content.
We didn't get the breakout that the bulls wanted to see, but we're still in an uptrend.
Whatever the reason for today's buying, you have to respect the bulls when they are running.
Keep an eye on these names, which have sported interesting action of late and are due to report this week.
Expedia and Coinstar have similar setups and could make significant moves.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports scheduled for this week.
In this episode of Buy This, Sell That!,Tim Holland, portfolio manager for the ASTON/TAMRO Diversified Equity fund, names his favorite stocks including Coinstar, LaSalle Hotels and Advisory Board.
Will JP Morgan ever run out of reserves to tap in order to meet its quarterly forecast? Once again $1.8 billion is released.
Fundamentals are solid in both of these names -- and one may be soon be primed for entry.