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The strategy has outperformed the market since inception in 2003.
Where it began. People don't want to think. And the deeper they get into trouble, the less they want to think. But by some sort of instinct, they feel that they ought to and it makes them feel guilty. So they'll bless and follow anyone who gives the...
Dresser-Rand, Sigma-Aldrich and TRW are all American companies Germans have bought in the last 72 hours.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are modestly higher this morning (S&P futures up 3 handles, Nasdaq futures up 7 handles). European stocks are moving to the upside this morning. Nikkei is up 0.57% despite a weak retail sales report. Nissan ...
These E&P names hold up well on their own -- and they'd also be logical takeover candidates.
Today's pullback provides a chance to buy into what is happening stateside.
Use the growing information flow to touch up your investment mosaic.
Three companies trade below 12x earnings, while the sector is in rude health.
The important indicators are wages and the labor force participation rate.
Here are some stocks that will do well amid a U.S. debt default -- and others that stand to get clobbered.
Tata Motors looks ready to print a breakout close, and two others are on the verge.
BlackBerry's big shortfall hits InterDigital's IP license sales.
The trends point to more upside ahead, so consider buying these names on weakness.
Most of the names in the sector have reasonable valuations and could move higher.
The European stabilization shines a new light on the auto stocks, says Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts Plus.
Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill of TheStreet discuss some of the stocks and economic reports they'll be watching.