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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Avago, Citigroup, EA, Ford, GM, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and More

Stocks were indicated lower as it appears that a deal with Greece may be more hope than reality. Still, the trend seen for nearly four years now is that investors ...
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4 Stocks to Buy Trending Higher in Top S&P 500 Sectors

For all the ups and downs in the market this year, we have basically gone nowhere. The S&P 500 closed 2014 at 2058, and its closed Tuesday at 2080, so ...
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The Next Big Dividend Hikes You Can Bank On This Summer

It has become almost impossible to argue against the notion that investors love dividends. They also love stock buyback announcements from companies, but when investors have owned a stock for ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Lumber Liquidators, Take-Two, Urban Outfitters, Apigee, Akamai, Intuit and More

Stocks were indicated higher yet again on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 hitting new highs. Tuesday's news may be driven by overseas action rather than ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, BP, Hewlett-Packard, Philip Morris, UnitedHealth, AT&T and More

Stocks were indicated higher on Monday. Investors have lined up to buy stocks on weakness for over three years now in this six-year bull market. 24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens ...
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Are State Tax Filings Safe Again as Intuit Resumes Filing?

Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) announced that it has resumed e-filing of state income tax returns via TurboTax as of last Friday. The company stated that it would continue to work ...
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TurboTax Free for 60 Million Americans?

Desperate problems call for desperate measures. TurboTax, buffeted by a violently negative reaction to a large price increase for one of its most popular pieces of software, is offering the basic ...
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5 Very Oversold Tech Stocks That Could Be Close to Reversing

After absolutely dominating the market last year, the technology sector has taken a mighty hit this week, down 3.3%, the same hit the S&P 500 has taken. There is no ...
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Analyst’s 5 High-Growth Software Stocks to Buy for 2015

With yields plunging and inflation expectations dropping as well, growth investors are looking for the best avenues to make money in 2015. The analysts at Jefferies have just added a ...
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RBC’s Favorite Large Cap Software Stocks for 2015

After an outstanding year in 2014, technology looks poised for a follow-through in 2015, with most Wall Street firms that we cover still very positive on the sector. The software ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Arch Coal, Coca-Cola, Duke Energy, Microsoft, Oracle, Visa and More

Stocks were soft on Tuesday after mixed fanfare on Monday. Investors are still looking for opportunities now that some stocks have pulled back. 24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens of analyst ...
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10 Fresh Higher Dividends and Buybacks That Should Not Be Overlooked

The trend has been around for years: companies reward their shareholders by paying out dividends or buying back stock. Some companies do both. But what stands out the most is ...
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Intuit Keeps Growing Sales, Offers Guidance out to 2017

Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) has reported earnings. The tax software giant’s earnings came in at -$0.14 in earnings per share and $714 million in revenue. Thomson Reuters had estimates of ...
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Merrill Lynch Positive on Five Tech Stocks Even After Big Market Rally

With the market making new highs seemingly every day, investors are in the unfamiliar spot of trying to gauge how much more room is left. With technology absolutely on fire, ...
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Google Top Company for Pay and Benefits

Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) topped all companies in terms of best pay and benefits in a new survey by online jobs site Glassdoor. It adds to Google's prime spot on ...
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