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What can be done? Well for one, we are going to have to be creative. Jay, and Janet, I need you both paying attention here.
Portfolio managers are starting to see a very strong 2021 for markets and the economy regardless of electoral results.
More than 450 quarterly reports are on tap, including 105 S&P 500 constituents.
Good morning folks, as once again I have the pleasure of playing in the Daily Diary sandbox for the day. As we all likely know this is a rather busy week filled with more than 1,050 earnings reports, the usual end of the month and start of the month...
Spring begins the home-buying season, and spring begins two weeks from tomorrow.
Digirad, Black Box and Teekay Tankers may be small, but at least they make the effort to pay a dividend.
Pokemon Go has sent shares of Nintendo up 50 percent in the past month and one fund manager says there is more content where that came from.
The U.S. ranked 6th out of 13 countries in connected digital health systems in a recent study.
Fear of political crises in Europe might be the ideal time to buy some stocks.
It's clear China is slowing, but not clear by how much.
The ECB's monetary stimulus is working, and more may be on the way.
Janet Yellen has just given the gift of a weaker dollar.
Chicken, LED firms, spinoffs and Harrison Ford grab my attention.
This fast-growing industry is brimming with possibilities. Put these names on your radar.
Measurement Specialties and the XHB have had strong runs, so ring that register.
Automotive and tech firms are finding new applications for light-emitting diodes.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early action in some of the more important asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +1; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro +; crude +$0.50; gold +$24; and the 10-year U.S. note yields 2.48%. Worth mentioning: Friday...
UBS upgrades Philips. Break in: UBS raises Royal Philips Electronics (PHG) to a Buy now.
Contributor Gary Krakow tests Philips' new award-wining LED light bulb, which uses very little electricity and lasts a long time.
I see far more risk than reward in these shares as demand expectations continue to fall.