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Supermarket Tesco is London’s biggest decliner after admitting it mistakenly overstated first-half profits by £250 million -- that’s $408 million.
Today's pullback provides a chance to buy into what is happening stateside.
Tractor Supply (TSCO) shares are tanking and that's giving Credit Suisse (CS) reason to upgrade the stock.
Maybe you don't truly want a long-term 'patient portfolio' and all that that entails -- and that's OK.
It's none other than GE -- and I believe the recent downgrade is wrong.
Tesco aims to strengthen ties with India's Tata Group, while Bumi is cleared to cut links with its Indonesian co-founders.
Lumber Liquidators and Tractor Supply serve as prime examples of exactly what the retail growth investor wants.
Against this difficult backdrop, insider activity can serve as a useful guide for our next move.
A few months ago they were suffering from winter blues, now these stocks are looking sunny says Bill Gunderson of Gunderson Capital.
These three stocks rose to the top of both my Buffet-based screen and that of Peter Lynch.
Either breakouts or breakdowns from these tight channels should provide good short-term plays.