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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Chipotle, Cisco, Micron, Seagate, Vertex, Disney, Xerox and Many More

Stocks were indicated handily lower on Monday. Investors have seen so far in 2016 that rallies have been sold off, but for over four years, before January, every single market ...
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New Star Wars Ticket Sales Near $900 Million

Total domestic ticket sales of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" may reach $900 million as soon as next week. As it does so, total sales worldwide should hit $2 billion, ...
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5 Dow Stocks Getting Slammed in 2016 Have Not Even Reported Earnings Yet

2016 has not seen a good start to the year for investors. There are many positives, but the negatives are still winning and caution is in the air. Only six ...
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The 4 Stocks That Dominated the Dow on Friday

January 22, 2016: Markets opened higher on Friday following comments yesterday by ECB President Mario Draghi that traders interpreted to mean that more stimulus is just around the corner. Energy ...
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Bearish DJIA Case in 2016 Drops to 14,961 From 15,076: Chevron, Goldman Sachs, Intel, IBM, JPMorgan, Disney

Investors have moved from buying every pullback, a pattern that had not been interrupted once from 2011 to 2014, to a mentality of selling each market rally. On last look, ...
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Can Hulu Compete With Netflix? By the Numbers

Subscription-based Internet streaming is already revolutionizing the way we consume media, and Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) is the undisputed leader for now. It is not without its competitors though, and ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, GoPro, MetLife, Netflix, SUPERVALU, Disney, Williams, Yelp and Many More

Stocks were up marginally after looking for direction for most of Thursday's early bird indications, but this is after another big sell-off on Wednesday. The bears are getting bolder, and ...
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The DJIA Bullish Case of 19,700 in 2016: Apple, Boeing, IBM, Nike, Pfizer, Goldman Sachs and More

A bull market interrupted is how many investors likely feel at the start of 2016 after the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) fell by 2.2% in 2015. Then the worst start ...
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The 4 Stocks That Boosted the Dow on Tuesday

January 12, 2016: Markets opened higher again on Tuesday but dipped into negative territory at around midday before turning positive again. Selling in the energy, telecom, and utilities sectors weighed ...
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The 2016 Bullish and Bearish Case for Disney

Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) has been a top-performing Dow stock for years, and it seems like this company can do no wrong, the way that it left 2015. Disney ...
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The 4 Stocks That Held the DJIA Down on Tuesday

January 5, 2016: Markets opened higher on Tuesday even though the sell-off in China was worse than Monday. The dollar added strength early in the day, and tech stocks were ...
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The Top Media and Internet Stocks of 2015

This might be the year of the sheep in China, but for many companies it is the year of the dollar and then some. Looking back at 2015, media companies ...
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Top Video Games to Look Forward to in 2016

Video games have always been the next step in interactive media, whether you want to play a game for a compelling story with thrilling cutscenes or you just want to ...
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Why ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Could Be the Biggest Movie Ever

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is continuing to set box office records, and there does not appear to be any end in sight. Worldwide sales for this box office behemoth ...
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The 4 Stocks That Buoyed the DJIA on Thursday

December 24, 2015: Markets opened mixed on Thursday after thin trading and little movement in both Europe and Asia. The report on U.S. jobless claims was better than expected, but ...
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