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These 12 companies likely saw their shares hurt by tax-loss selling at the end of 2018, but most are outperforming the market so far this year.
Before I jump on the radio, here's a quick list of upgrades, downgrades and new research coverage coming out of Wall Street this morning... - Hilltop Holdings upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Piper Jaffray - Trex upgraded to Buy from Hold at S...
With the Mueller cloud removed from the most pro-business administration in recent U.S. history, the focus should simply be found in these two words...what now?
A rising market obviously doesn't hurt these issues that were hammered in 2018, but most also are outperforming a couple key market indices.
So far nine are in positive territory, and are up an average of just over 11%.
With eight of the 12 names in positive territory so far, up an average of 3.2%, they are off to a decent start.
Irrational markets can create incredible bargains and Winnebago is a good example.
This year I plan on naming 12 that are most interesting and will roll them out four at a time.
Thinking about this year's losers that may selloff further into year-end.
Third-quarter earnings season should help many names in the next few weeks.
I am unimpressed by the latest earnings report. Despite good subscriber growth, fundamentals look weak.
The motorcycle maker spurted ahead on earnings Tuesday, but a few headwinds still could push its shares lower and make them a better buy.
GE is getting tossed from the index, after 111 consecutive years.
Other 'monsters' are getting a pass right now in terms of both media coverage, and market impact.
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies plays are resetting.
RVs aren't just for the retirees anymore. Here's how to play a surge in millennial interest in experiential goods, as laid out by TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
It's hard to predict when momentum will slow, but it could be time to take some profits when the market is as strong as this morning.
The buyers are hesitating. Keep an eye on the 2465 level of the S&P 500.
The question is whether the bulls can manage a 3-day bounce for the first time since July 20.
Consider this WGO bullishly biased, at-the-money vertical call spread.
The first day of trading in the fourth quarter was rough as stocks declined Monday.
Breadth is running very poor -- at more than 2 to 1 negative.
Shares of Winnebago climbed Wednesday after the motor-home manufacturer topped Wall Street earnings expectations for the latest quarter.
Markets were up slightly as crude returned to $50 a barrel and a 'Brexit' appears unlikely.