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SunEdison (SUNE) jumped Thursday after CEO Ahmad Chatila said the company would likely see positive cash flow by late 2015 or early 2016.
I don't know about you, but I tend to eat my lunch a tad on the early side (that happens when you get up at 5 a.m. or so). As I nosh, I tend to use the time to read over some things I've missed in the morning madness. Here's some of what I'm reading...
As we enter the final half-hour of trading for this Monday, before too long we'll be hearing about supply-demand imbalances from the floor of the NYSE and the relative afternoon calm will give way to dozens and dozens of companies reporting June qua...
Opera Software has flown under the radar of U.S. investors.
Away from the techs and the biotechs, you will find an astounding uniformity among stocks.
These companies are begging to be bought by big-cap names.
Price action on its daily chart is presenting a speculative long opportunity
Investors have severely overlooked this prescient mobile-focused name.
Vringo CEO Andrew Perlman says his company's merger with Innovate/Protect has created a combined patent portfolio that will drive significant value for the company.
The non-search mobile advertising market is estimated to grow to more than $9 billion by 2015.
Simply being cognizant of these intraday tendencies is probably the best thing you can do.
Jim Cramer explains that investors aren't interested in private equity companies given their lack of transparency.
Funds could be giving up on flipping to bolster their buy-and-hold credentials for Facebook's IPO.
Underlying action is choppy, breadth is poor and there's no leadership other than IPOs.