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Top 6 Earnings To Watch For On Thursday

Although this earnings season has been relatively positive, the Dow has stepped away from its 20,000 mark, and it seems the animal spirits powering this rally might not be as ...
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Will Online Grocery Sales Cripple Kroger and Safeway?

Could there be a shift from brick-and-mortar shopping to e-commerce in the grocery industry as occurred in consumer electronics and department stores? If so, large grocery retailers like Kroger Co. ...
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4 Red-Hot Tech Stocks to Buy Before Earnings Come Out

Despite the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting the 20,000 level, it’s becoming pretty clear that companies are going to have to meet or exceed estimates if they want to continue ...
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Microsoft May Move Ahead of Alphabet as Second Most Valuable Company

When Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) was left for dead five years ago, it was unimaginable that it could be ranked among America's most successful companies as it had been for ...
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As Industry Tumbles, 6 Retail Chiefs Who Can’t Be Fired

As same-store sales disintegrate and it becomes clear the holiday season was unkind to many retailers, several retail company chief executives cannot be ousted, no matter what their results. Most have families ...
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Is Sprint Crazy or Is Tidal’s Streaming Platform Worth the Money?

The country's fourth largest wireless carrier, Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S), announced this morning that it had agreed to acquire a one-third interest in streaming music service Tidal, an artist-owned service run ...
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Amazon Expands Into the Auto Parts Industry

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has been a dominant force in the markets for the past few years. This giant has been competing with the likes of Wal-Mart and Target, but ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alphabet, Amazon, Bristol-Myers, CBS, Check Point, CSX, Facebook, PayPal and Many More

Stocks may have pulled back from the start of the year and may be off their highs, but the theme around the post-election rally continues to give investors hope for ...
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Jefferies Mega-Cap Tech Stocks to Buy That Could Be Big 2017 Winners

With all eyes now focused on fourth-quarter earnings as this week and next week are the two big ones in terms of the quality and number of companies reporting, it’s ...
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Netflix Barely Breaks Even — Like Amazon Used To

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) came as close as it could to breaking even in its most recently reported quarter, with net income of $67 million against revenue of $2.4 billion. ...
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Jefferies Is Out With The 10 Top Internet Themes for 2017

The fact that the internet has become ubiquitous is hardly a revelation for many regular 24/7 Wall St. readers. The one constant factor from year to year is that there ...
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Amazon to Add 100,000 Jobs in Show of Revenue Growth Strength

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) flexed its muscles as it showed business must be surging at an astonishing pace. The company said it would 100,000 full-time jobs in the United States ...
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Merrill Lynch’s 4 Red-Hot Stocks to Buy With Up to 75% Upside Potential

When a market has stayed in bull market form for almost eight years, momentum investors and traders start to ask themselves, where do I look for alpha now? The question, as ...
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How Amazon’s New 5% Rewards Card Compares With Costco’s Rewards Card

Giving its customers yet another reason to pay the $99 annual fee for Prime membership, Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) announced a new Amazon ...
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Analysts from Major Firms Issue Top Technology Stocks Picks for 2017

As 2016 has ended and 2017 is afoot, it is important to consider what may be coming ahead rather than just relying on what happened in the prior year. A ...
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