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By selling out of big losers prior to the quarter's close, portfolio managers can hide the stocks from clients, but some downtrodden shares could be ripe for bounces next week, so here's my list.
After last week's retail earnings showcased a number of misses, we'll be watching for something similar to what transpired at Guess.
As I talk about over at Income Seeker, where I look for well-positioned companies with dividend yields north of 4%, one of the biggest faux pas a company can make is to cut its dividend. We are seeing that play out in spades today with the 30% drop ...
Alright folks, with Diary Captain Doug Kass out today, I, Chris Versace, co-PM on Trifecta Stocks with Bob Lang and Stocks Under $10 with Sarge Guilfoyle as well as a helping hand on Income Seeker, am sitting in. Between a number of earnings reports...
Thinking about this year's losers that may selloff further into year-end.
Who, out there in the health care sector, is safe?
It looks like China is building again.
These companies' dividends are strong and likely to stay that way.
Can you guess which six stocks these are by looking at their charts?
Investors in this classic consumer products company should expect shares to rise to around $70.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says investors need protection in this market and they should look for high yielding stocks, like General Motors.
I looked for those below a market multiple of 16x for the S&P 500 with an above-average 3.75% yield.
Having a Tupperware (TUP) party may be cool once again.
Newell Rubbermaid’s (NWL) strong Q2 results were boosted by hearty sales of innovative new Sharpie magic markers, Contigo and Bubba water bottles, and even Baby Jogger strollers and Graco carseats.
Emerging markets like the product and the strong dollar impact may be overblown.
We also look at dividend boosts from FedEx and Target.
Here are 3 areas that could be causing trouble for stocks soon.
Chipotle and McDonald's are among the companies reporting earnings.