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A 'Dividend D-Day' is coming up fast. Here's a handy guide.
How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the Exchange see $1.3 billion to buy on the close. Sector buys include financials at $285 million, energy at $225 million and industrials at $175 million. There are no sector sells. In terms of individual s...
How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see an imbalance of $200 million to sell on the close. The only sector with a buy imbalance is financials at $60 million. Sectors with sell imbalances are industrials at $70 million, consumer ...
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Modest orders at the close. My mavens on the floor of the exchange see modest orders on the close. Sector buys include industrials and information technology at $20 million each. Sector sells include consumer discretionary ($35 million) health care ...
How much to buy? "One last thing." -- Lt. Columbo My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $250 million to buy at the market's close. Industrials have $65 million to buy, and information technology and energy about $35 million each to buy. O...
Hoe much to Buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $120 million of buying on th close. By sector: industrials $60 million to buy; energy $25 million to buy; health care $20 million to buy materials $30 million to sell; and consumer st...
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