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UBS Says Top Tech Stocks Are Way Oversold and Could Bounce Soon

International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) kicked off the tech earnings season with yet another quarter of very disappointing numbers. That helped to drag down the S&P tech sector 1.5% ...
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TurboTax Tops Candy Crush for One Day

For at least one day this year, an app for the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad generated more revenue for its creator than one of the two most popular games ...
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LinkedIn Chief Is Highest Rated CEO

LinkedIn Corp. (NYSE: LNKD) CEO Jeff Weiner received the top grade in Glassdoor's new "Highest Rated CEOs 2014." The rating is based on employee answers to the question, "Do you ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, MarkWest, NII Holdings, RF Micro, SodaStream and More

Earnings season is basically over, and stocks are challenging new highs almost daily. Investors are still looking to avoid getting caught up in the next sell-off, but they are looking ...
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UBS Has Five Tech Stocks to Buy for Much Higher Gains

The technology sector is delivering to investors exactly what Wall Street expected. With the Internet names leading the way, the sector has roared up more than 1% in the past ...
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Carl Icahn Outlines Grievances and Attack Plan Against eBay

eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY) has been fighting the calls of billionaire and activist investor Carl Icahn to break-up the company by spinning off PayPal, and now the calls are going ...
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Six Likely Stock Winners for the 2014 Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVIII is likely to be a huge draw in 2014. It is also expected to be a bonanza for several companies that could be huge winners as a ...
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Oppenheimer Institutional Ideas as Stocks to Buy for Year-End and 2014

As we head in to the final month of what has been a tremendous year for the stock market, the 24/7 staff is reviewing what the major Wall Street firms ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AMD, IBM, Google, eBay, Verizon and More

Earnings season is well into full reporting, and a debt deal has been reached in Washington, D.C. Now that the S&P 500 Index has hit a new all-time high, many ...
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Small Business Hiring So Low It Is Almost Invisible

When you see reports of thousands of layoffs, it has to be a stark reminder that this recovery's continuation likely will have to depend on the growth and success of ...
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Top Analyst Downgrades and Stocks to Sell: Sprint, Caterpillar, ViroPharma and More

Stocks have rallied and investors are looking for ideas on which stocks to buy and which stocks to sell. 24/7 Wall St. reviews many fresh research calls each morning to ...
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Jefferies Says Software Stocks May Continue to Outperform the S&P 500

Many of the firms that we cover around Wall Street have become more positive on the prospects for improved capital expenditure (capex) spending by corporate America as the year progresses ...
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Closing Bell for Wednesday on Wall Street: Markets Blunted on Fed Comments, Minutes

U.S. equity markets opened barely higher this morning following a report that mortgage loan applications had fallen by 9.8% from the previous week, on top of a 7% decline for ...
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Closing Bell for Tuesday on Wall Street: Markets Open Higher, Manage to Hold Decent Gain

U.S. equity markets opened slightly higher this morning on another day when very little economic data was released anywhere around the globe. There was no data released at all in ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — Thursday: Markets Open Higher, Maintain Positive Trend Today

U.S. equity markets opened higher this morning following a report on U.S. unemployment that was better than analysts expected (more coverage here). There were literally hundreds of U.S. companies reporting ...
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