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UBS Adds 4 Top Stocks to Buy to the Equity Focus List

With the stock market possibly poised for a strong end-of-the-year run after the big Republican victory in the midterms, and a very positive earnings season that is winding down, many ...
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Five Cheap, Large Cap Stocks to Buy for the Rest of the Year

Any way you look at the metrics, from a historical standpoint stocks are expensive. Not late 1999 or 2000 expensive, but very pricey. One of the main reasons most investors ...
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Merrill Lynch Inexpensive Large Cap Cyclical Growth Stocks to Buy

While some say valuations are stretched, and the bull market is tired, the bottom line is the market has basically gone sideways for almost a half a year. In a ...
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Lowest P/E Large Cap Stocks to Buy — Even at Market Highs

Most Wall Street equity strategists agree the market actually went in to secular bull market status in March of 2013, when the market established new highs. Since 1950, the average ...
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Strategist Blames Hedge Funds for Sell-Off, Names Stocks to Buy Now

One thing that Wall Street has learned over the years is that for all of their so-called edge in the markets, hedge funds tend to be copycat vehicles. When they ...
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Warren Buffett

Will Berkshire Hathaway Join GE and AIG on Systemic Risk List?

The U.S. Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) has begun looking at Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-B) to determine whether the financial powerhouse is important enough to the global financial system ...
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J.P. Morgan Strategist Says One-Quarter of All Stocks Are Still Cheap

After a strong 2013 where the S&P 500 was up almost 30%, you would think that most stocks would be close to being fully priced. That's not what Thomas Lee, ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BofA, Micron, Starbucks, Twitter and More

We are halfway through the first full week of trading in 2014. Analysts are out in droves with many ratings changes this week, and some stocks have managed to pull ...
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Procter & Gamble Wins with Naming Rights to New England Patriots Stadium

The New England Patriots have become "America's Team," a position that belonged to the Dallas Cowboys for years. Patriots games are among the greatest shows on earth, with quarterback Tom Brady ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Cisco, Facebook, IBM, EMC and More

Stocks have been in rally mode for going on three weeks, and investors should be considering which stocks to buy and which stocks to sell or avoid. Each morning, 24/7 ...
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Bull and Bear

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Brocade, Lululemon, NetApp, Sprint and More

Now that stocks have settled off their recent all-time highs, investors and traders have to be wondering which stocks they should buy and which ones they should sell or avoid. ...
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How the Goodyear Blimp Became America’s Greatest Marketing Invention

Who doesn’t like a blimp? The soft, pillowy things just look friendly, whether looking down on a sporting event or just slowly flying around with an advertising message plastered on ...
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money print

UBS Has Financial Stocks to Buy Even as Interest Rates Go Higher

Since the end of April, the 10-year Treasury note yield increased more than 40 basis points and is up 35 basis points year-to-date. The financial services analysts at UBS A.G. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Stocks to Buy: Intel, LinkedIn and More

Investors and traders seem to be constantly looking for fresh research ideas that will lead to higher income or more profits. 24/7 Wall St. reviews many fresh research calls each ...
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Foreclosed Borrowers to Begin Receiving Checks

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Reserve said today that 4.2 million borrowers will begin receiving payments in the range of $300 to $125,000 beginning ...
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