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They are finally acknowledging the high stakes being played out right now.
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are slightly higher this morning (S&P 500 is up by 6 handles, Nasdaq is ahead by 14 handles). European stocks are reversing yesterday's losses and are higher by about 0.80%. Nikkei (closed on Monday) is up 0...
Where it began. The bulls will be focused on the benefit of continued low interest rates and its salutary impact on stock valuations. Question: Should market P/E trend higher based on ever easy central bank that brings a lower-than-historical level ...
I'll look at the best large-caps in each sector from my earnings valuation screen.
Suddenly these companies have gone from embarrassing to, yes, embarrassingly rich.
A bull run has left behind layers of support that offer low-risk entry.
The approach pulls in low-risk income in a high-risk world.
It'll be a slew of MLPs, but some nice C-corp payouts as well.
Over $190 and the inverse-head-and-shoulders targets a move to $196.
Big corporate news this morning--arrests made in the Target hacking investigation, as well as big earnings reports coming out today. Jonathan Marino reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
As connected devices pick up steam, the case for Bluetooth semis is only getting stronger.
These three stocks have been knocked down by broad-market action -- exactly what we'd like to see.