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Last week, the stock market scrambled ever higher amid decidedly mixed manufacturing data.
Next week, more earnings from retailers, including Target, Home Depot and Gap. TheStreet's Brittany Umar breaks down what you can expect.
Those starved for homebuilders should sink their teeth into these names.
The banks and homebuilders need to get over these humps if the market is to punch through to the highs.
Stocks and the economy have ticked up so much that the bears can no longer be impressed.
Here is what the analyst community is up to this morning. Below are recent analysts' actions: Yum! Brands (YUM) is downgraded at Brother Bank of America/Mother Merrill. Chubb (CB) is upgraded at William Blair. Netflix's (NFLX) price target is raised...
The feeling is that the mortgage interest deduction is in play with the White House.
TheStreet hits the street to talk about Toll Brothers. Belus CEO Brian Sozzi tells Debra Borchardt the reasons he likes the stock.
Remember that the market has priced in upwardly revised fiscal year forecasts on the part of companies, as well as revenue beats.
Marc Sperling breaks down the days action looking at major sectors and stocks of note to the long and short side, from High beta names to homebuilders and the banks.
The market action demands a higher hurdle rate to enacting new positions and a general lean toward reducing risk.
Weakness in a company's business could mean poor earnings and reduced guidance.
Glacier Bancorp, Greenhill and AIG are the large cap leaders of tomorrow, Aston/TAMRO Funds portfolio manager Tim Holland, tells Gregg Greenberg.
Brittany Umar and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Be on heightened alert for anything that suggests the doom mongers could be correct.
Investors who missed the move in this sector may want to consider these related names.
When ranges increase and the market becomes choppy near upper levels, it's cause for caution.
Any market news is getting blown out of proportion and received in the most negative way.
Jim Cramer highlights his 'best in show' charts as well as his 'ripe for correction' charts to TheStreet's Debra Borchardt.
Applying what we now know to minutes from a month ago has been a real bad bet.