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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, 3D Systems, Micron, Tesla and More

Stocks have finally shown that they can drop again, and Tuesday is looking a tad soft so far. After gains of well over 20% in the DJIA and S&P 500 ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BP, 3D Systems, Nike, SanDisk and More

Investors are having to deal with seeing stocks hit new highs almost daily now. With a temporary deal in Washington, D.C., and with earnings coming on strong, investors are caught ...
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Closing Bell for Monday on Wall Street: Markets Open Mixed, Fade to Lower Close

August 19, 2013: U.S. equity markets opened mixed this morning as the Nasdaq eked out a positive start. The rocky start to the week is being attributed to rising 10-year ...
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Deutsche Bank Top Oil Stocks to Buy That Could Rise 15% to 40%

The exploration and production (E&P) research team at Deutsche Bank expect significant focus at the midway point in the year for top oil and gas stocks they cover to be ...
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Ten Top Large Cap Stocks to Buy With the Most Upside Potential

When we screen stocks at the Wall Street firms we cover, we always are anxious to provide our readers with the stocks that the top firms feel have the most ...
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Top Analyst Calls of the Week, Stocks to Buy, Stocks to Sell, Sector by Sector

This last week had much more volatility than what investors have grown used to. 24/7 Wall St. wanted to highlight the top analyst sector research calls of the week now ...
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Deutsche Bank Top 10 List of Oil and Gas Stocks to Buy

North American natural gas supply is again on the rise. The most significant driver has been continued strong results from the low-cost basins (Marcellus, Montney), which have supported notable upside ...
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Value Investors, Meet John Paulson’s New Stock Positions

John Paulson made a fortune during and after the recession, but he and his investors have not been as successful since (to say the least). Paulson has been taking some ...
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UBS Top Picks for Second Quarter for 25 Percent Gains (ALXN, ACI, C, CIE, DAL, HAL, BLOX, KRA, MNST, NCT, ROST, TIBX, WCRX, WFM)

When we started off 2013, most of the Wall St. firms we follow put out their top stock picks for the year. We covered those various lists so our readers ...
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BP Skips Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) received bids on 1.7 million acres in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico at today’s auction, but none of the bids came from ...
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Today’s Market Winners and Losers

The stock market is mixed Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average  down 0.25%, the Nasdaq up 0.16% and the S&P 500 up 0.09%. Today's sole winner is a financial ...
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Today’s Market Winners and Losers

The stock market is mixed Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 0.06%, the Nasdaq down 0.03% and the S&P 500 up 0.11%. Today's winners are two pharmaceutical companies, ...
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Today’s Market Winners and Losers

The broader stock market is mixed Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 0.07%, the Nasdaq up 0.28% and the S&P 500 up 0.01%. Today's big winners include a ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (ORCL, ITRI, CSX, ABB, GILD, BKS, BYD, CCO, CIE, DTG, HL, JAKK, M, MDT, PXD, SKS, WLK, THLD, CORT, GTXI, CHTP, WMT, WFT)

US markets opened higher this morning and traded higher for most of the day. The DJIA briefly rose above 13,000 for the first time in nearly 3 years. But in ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell (COP, GILD, AMSC, MA, COH, LNKD, ATVI, CPST, GPRE, KONA, TRLG, LGF, MOVE, NBL, PCYC, ALU, FLIR, RUTH, FSLR, CIE, TBAC, RPXC, AMRS)

All three major US stock indexes opened lower this morning and the day was mostly a gentle slide for the rest of the trading session. The failed Greek debt deal ...
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