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Shopping the trash bin can be profitable, but focus on those companies that have strong balance sheets.
I am far more likely to be digging in the garbage can than the penthouse for stock ideas.
For-profit corrections names may do well under the new administration.
As we all know, the stock market and the economy abhor uncertainty.
Candidates stormed the country into the wee hours of the morning as the 18 month long campaign winds down and Americans head to the polls.
Which stocks have shown these patterns in the past week.
Tweaking your portfolio in anticipation of whom you think the Nov. 8 winner will be is a fool's errand.
This selloff is about uncertainty, not who wins or loses the White House.
The CEO answered more like a man trying to protect his job than one trying to protect his shareholders.
Check out the names that are showing technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the last week.
Firearms and cigarettes have so far been the watch list's chief drivers.
Mounting sentiment that the United Kingdom will remain part of the European Union helped buoy stocks Monday.
U.S. stocks came off of session lows by the day's end, though remained in the red.
U.S. indices are down ahead of Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates.
U.S. stocks ended at session lows in a disappointing start to the week.
Stocks extended declines through the final hour after crude closed below $50 a barrel.
My screen likes gunmaker Smith & Wesson and real estate giant HFF.
Analysts seem bullish on firearms as Sturm Ruger leads the pack of gun stocks in Real Money's "Vice Squad" watch list.
The New York-based alcoholic-beverage producer delighted investors Wednesday on talks of staging an IPO of its Canadian businesses.
The gunmaker's shares were tripped up this week on news of three analyst downgrades, but Wall Street remains generally bullish on the stock.
Don't invest based on who's likely to win the Oval Office.
U.S. futures were climbing after the February nonfarm payroll report showed a larger-than-expected number.
Good morning! Skip Raschke here, pinch-hitting for Doug Kass. The big market-moving news to come today is, of course, the February U.S. nonfarm-payrolls number due out at 8:30 a.m. ET. Bloomberg says the average of professional economists' guesses c...
In a broadly flat day, there were some big winners.
Automakers are reporting sales results today, and Ford is Jim Cramer’s top pick in the auto sector.
Some stocks should do well regardless of who is the next president.
From Beijing to Washington, government regulations often backfire.