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Here are somes stocks that will benefit from these sustained lower prices.
Corporate activism should continue to be a positive for stock prices.
I'm going into the beat-up materials space, and plunking some money into consumer sectors as well.
Some solid-looking investments may be less secure than they seem.
Where it began. "Insanity in individuals is something rare - but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule." -- Friedrich Nietzsche The rundown: U.S. futures are hugging the flatline this morning. (S&P futures are up by 1 handle, and Na...
I'm keeping my eyes peeled for Apple, the Darden call and effects of the eurozone rate cut.
This is a back-end-loaded year, though not hugely so -- and a number of names could pleasantly surprise.
Expect a wave of consolidation in the consumer sector over the next 12 months.
An interview can provide a different perspective from an earnings call.
We have seen a huge correction, and we now need to look for signs that it is ending.
Keep an eye on these names as we approach the opening bell. By Bret Jensen It's still looking flattish with about a hour to go before the open. Carmax (KMX) is up nicely in premarket trading, as the company easily beat on the top and bottom lines. T...
The important indicators are wages and the labor force participation rate.
Buffalo Wild Wings, Panera and Cheesecake Factory are worth a taste.
Trade magazines can be your best source for news on product innovation.
One growth stock TheStreet's Jim Cramer likes is Nike because if it moves higher and its quarterly report isn't perfect, the stock will get shelved.
Tiffany will report numbers before the bell -- will its big holiday quarter sparkle?