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I'm seeing several reasons to be bullish as we start off earnings season.
Jim Cramer likes the taxes on dividends and capital gains in the fiscal cliff deal, but thinks the deal still needs some work.
A trio of Dow stocks disappointed investors triggering a sell off in the market.
Copper and the euro are breaking out -- big news, but few people seem to care.
It was counteracted by the upcoming Fed meeting, relief in Europe, China stimulus and the election.
The wrong stocks are leading, and without dramatic action from Europe, I don't expect this move to last.
Facebook and a host of blue-chip bellwethers fill up Thursday's earnings schedule.
United Technologies shares are a steal at current prices -- and this for a safe haven of an investment.
Consensus profit forecasts are in jeopardy. I'm gonna keep on drinkin' till I can't even think 'Cause in the last week I ain't slept a wink There's a tear in my beer 'Cause I'm crying for you dear You are on my lonely mind. -- Hank Williams, "There'...
When strong winds blow the market around, these durable stocks pay you to wait out the storm.
These reliable, dividend-paying U.S. stocks are still selling at attractive prices.
U.S. companies that do a lot of business in Europe remain in a vulnerable position.
What General Electric and Honeywell's results say about these three industrial stocks.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings scheduled for the coming week, including reports from Intuitive Surgical and Qualcomm.