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It's almost time to start your holiday shopping. TheStreet Hits the Street as Brian Sozzi and Debra Borchardt toy with game stocks.
Thanks to the Citi news, It's almost as if Goldman didn't report at all.
Mattel has been forming a long wedge, but that seems to play out well going into earnings.
Toy Hunter star Jordan Hembrough sees investors getting more interested in building toy portfolios.
Today was the third straight day of selling, and the market is entering oversold territory.
The key is nailing the early analysis, so you will be able to spot relative winners in the weeks to come.
Even in a difficult market, these names have all managed to raise their dividends.
A long HAS / short MAT trade worked well last year -- let's take another peek.
When hunting for plays, always look at the larger trend -- and use this particular strategy right now.
David Allmark, EVP of Fisher-Price, talks about the link between technology and toys, as well as the resiliency of toy buyers.
Every Monday, like a broken record, Greece has an eminent plan coupled with proclamations of doom. A weary market trades down.
The IPO of Caesars Entertainment kicks the week off, with nine other IPOs scheduled to follow.
We're seeing takeovers that will spur growth, even if the market isn't recognizing it.
U.S. markets are pointed higher on further hope of a eurozone resolution and on the back of strong earnings from Caterpillar.
Following gains on European indices, Wall Street was poised to open to the upside.
Here are some standouts among companies that, despite horrible economic conditions, managed to meaningfully raise their dividends over the past three years.
The subsector pays fat dividends and is less volatile than commodity semiconductors.