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8 Defensive Stocks to Avoid a Market Sell-Off for the Summer of 2017

The year 2017 has not been a normal one at all for investors. The bull market is eight years old, and the Trump bump from late 2016 hasn't been met by ...
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Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson Sink the DJIA Tuesday

April 18, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday after disappointing quarterly results from some big names. An announced snap election in Britain and the coming French elections also got tossed into ...
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Why Johnson & Johnson Raised Guidance After Missing Sales Estimates

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) reported first-quarter 2017 results before markets opened on Tuesday. The health care giant reported adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $1.83 on revenue of ...
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Top Dow Earnings to Watch For This Coming Week

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of the Dow Jones Industrial Average companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this week. About one-third of the companies in the ...
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Adidas Uses 3D Technology to Make Running Shoes

Adidas, the German athletic shoe and clothing manufacturer, has turned to 3D technology to make part of a new line of running shoes. The company eventually will make 100,000 pairs, ...
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Johnson & Johnson, Intel Lead DJIA Higher Thursday

March 9, 2017: Markets opened mixed on Thursday as traders await Friday's announcement on non-farm payrolls. If the report beats expectations most players will see that as a sure sign ...
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Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer Lead DJIA Higher on Thursday

February 23, 2017: Markets opened higher Thursday following Wednesday evening's report that oil and gasoline inventories were not growing. Energy stocks broke big early, but gains slipped later in the ...
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Massive Changes for Berkshire Hathaway and Warren Buffett Stocks in 2017

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) has released its public equity holdings as of December 31, 2016, and the number of changes in the equity portfolio were nothing short of massive. ...
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Caterpillar, Nike Push Dow Higher Friday

February 10, 2017: Markets opened higher again Friday following some decent news on export prices (up 0.1% in January) and import prices (down 0.2%). The University of Michigan consumer sentiment survey ...
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Just 14 Stocks Have Created 20% of All Stock Market Gains Since 1924

In what truly is one of the most amazing statistics to ever come across our desks here at 24/7 Wall St., we recently saw a chart that showed that just ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Hasbro, Johnson & Johnson, Mattel, MetLife, United Rentals, UTC, Williams and More

Stocks rallied on Tuesday and then really got a bump on Wednesday, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average finally cracked the 20,000 level. There remains a path to Dow 21,422 ...
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What to Expect From Major Health Care Stocks Reporting This Week

As January comes to a close, we are in the heart of earnings season, when most companies report and set a direction for the market. Dow 20,000 has been reached but ...
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Johnson & Johnson Revenues, 2017 Outlook Weigh on Shares

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2016 results before markets opened Tuesday morning. The health care giant reported quarterly adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $1.58 ...
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What to Expect From the Dow Stocks Reporting This Week

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of the Dow Jones Industrial Average companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this week. Overall, 30% of the Dow is reporting ...
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The Next 10 Companies Trump Will Trash on Twitter

President-elect Donald Trump has spent a great deal of time on Twitter attacking American companies for two reasons. One is overcharging the government for goods and services. The other is ...
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